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Marek Disease In chicken

Marek Disease In chicken

Marek Disease In chicken, Mark's disease caused by a virus of the herpes type that has the ability to cause carcinogenic disease in chickens, characterized by the leaching of different organs with polymorphic lymphocytic cells.   The occurrence of disease Mark's disease mainly affects chickens, and it is one of the most important diseases that afflict chickens. It may affect quails to a lesser extent.   The disease occurs most commonly in young and non-adult chickens whose age ranges from (2-7) months, but it may occur at any age after the age of (3) weeks. The disease is found all...

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