See also: Leukocidin Leukostasis Leukoesterase Leukoma Leukomalacia Leukocytosis Leukocyte Leukocytopenia Leukocytes Leukemia Leukopenia Leukoplakia Leukorrhea Leukaemia Leukotriene Leukoderma Leukopoiesis
1. Leukosis definition is - leukemia; especially : any of various leukemic diseases of poultry.
Leukosis, Leukemia, Leukemic
2. Leukosis is a tumor-causing (neoplastic) viral infection of young chickens. The tumors are seldom seen now because of the vaccination of all birds
3. What is Bovine Leukosis? Bovine Leukosis is a disease of cattle caused by the bovine Leukosis virus (BLV). This is a blood-borne disease; the virus survives in white blood cells, called lymphocytes
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5. Leukosis can be compared to the human disease leukemia, because it affects the white blood cells and HIV, because once an animal has the virus it can't ever get rid of it
6. Leukosis is transferred mainly through blood, milk (colostrum), contaminated equipment, and high stocking densities
7. Leukosis cannot be transferred to humans
8. Lymphoid Leukosis: Lymphoid Leukosis is the most common type of cancer caused by the ALV in chickens
9. Assays for endogenous and exogenous lymphoid Leukosis viruses and chick helper factor with RSV (-) cell lines
Lymphoid, Leukosis, Lines
10. Embryonic infection with the endogenous avian Leukosis virus Rous-associated virus-O alters responses to exogenous avian Leukosis virus
11. Erythroid Leukosis or erythroblastosis is an uncommon, usually sporadic, tumor of the erythroid cells occurring mainly in adult chickens
12. USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service in the future will handle Avian Leukosis as a “trimmable condition,” meaning the carcasses of poultry affected with …
13. ‘Scientists have been able to transmit the causative agent of acute Leukosis (Marek's disease) in chickens with this beetle.’
14. Last full review/revision Oct 2019 Content last modified Oct 2019 Lymphoid Leukosis is a neoplastic disease of poultry caused by avian Leukosis virus
Last, Lymphoid, Leukosis
15. Definition of Leukosis in the Definitions.net dictionary
16. What does Leukosis mean? Information and translations of Leukosis in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
17. Following the demonstration that bovine Leukosis virus was transmitted in calves by gouge dehorning, electrical dehorning at a younger age was implemented in a commercial Holstein herd
18. Subsequently, annual testing of the herd revealed a decline in the prevalence of bovine Leukosis virus antibodies as older cattle dehorned by the former method
19. IDEXX Leukosis Serum X2 Ab Test Enzootic Bovine Leukosis (EBL)/Bovine Leukemia Virus (BLV) The IDEXX Leukosis Serum X2 Ab Test is an enzyme immunoassay for the detection of antibody to bovine leukemia virus (BLV) in individual serum and plasma and pools of up to 10 individual sera or plasma samples from cattle.
20. Avian Leukosis virus belongs to a family of viruses called “retroviruses.” The virus cannot spread to humans or any other species
21. A: Lymphoid Leukosis is a tragic disease that affects a chicken's liver and can cause a painful death
Lymphoid, Leukosis, Liver
22. An avian Leukosis virus with a wide host range belonging to a new subgroup for chickens was isolated from meat-type chicken lines
23. The virus, of which HPRS-103 strain is the prototype, was of low oncogenicity in chickens but appeared to behave like an exogenous Leukosis virus.
Low, Like, Leukosis
24. December 2017 Bovine Leukosis virus, more commonly referred to as BLV, is a silent problem in Southeastern cattle herds
25. Enzootic bovine Leukosis, also known as bovine leukemia, lymphosarcoma, or malignant lymphoma, is a cancer of adult cattle caused by bovine leukemia virus (BLV)
Leukosis, Leukemia, Lymphosarcoma, Lymphoma
26. A different disease with a similar name, sporadic bovine Leukosis, occurs in one of three forms: (1) the juvenile form in calves less than 6 months of age, (2) the thymic or adolescent
27. Marek disease can develop in chickens as young as 3 weeks old, whereas lymphoid Leukosis typically is seen in chickens >14 weeks old
28. Commercial Agriculture Program Enzootic bovine Leukosis (EBL) is characterized by the development of tumors of lymphatic tissues (lymphosarcoma), such as the thymus, spleen and lymph nodes.
Leukosis, Lymphatic, Lymphosarcoma, Lymph
29. IDEXX Leukosis Milk Screening is IDEXX’s enzyme immunoassay for the detection of antibodies directed against Enzootic Bovine Leukosis Virus (BLV) in bovine bulk tank milk
30. Two novel avian Leukosis viruses (ALVs) were isolated from 1380 whole blood samples taken from domestic chicken breeds in China
31. Lymphoid Leukosis is a neoplastic (tumour causing) viral infection of chickens that is found in flocks worldwide
32. Definition of bovine Leukosis in the Definitions.net dictionary
33. What does bovine Leukosis mean? Information and translations of bovine Leukosis in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
34. Lymphoid Leukosis - The Disease - Avian Lymphoid Leukosis is a neoplastic disease of chickens caused by a virus of the Leukosis/Sarcoma group and is characterised by tumour formation of the Bursa of Fabricius with Metastasis to other tissues and all abdominal organs
35. Symptoms of Lymphoid Leukosis :-
36. BLV Fast Facts Bovine Leukosis is caused by the bovine Leukosis virus and is a blood-borne disease The primary sign of clinical disease is tumors in the uterus, abomasum, heart, spinal canal and/or lymph nodes 1996 survey (NAHMS) found 88.5% dairy herds, 43% of dairy cows, 38.7% of beef herds, 10.3% beef cows infected Leading cause of condemnation of carcasses in slaughter
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37. The Avian Leukosis Virus (AVL) is a tumor causing virus which infects several types of poultry and doves
38. AVL causes the disease known as Lymphoid Leukosis
39. Lymphoid Leukosis- At a Glance Lymphoid Leukosis (LL) is a disease found primarily in adult chickens
Lymphoid, Leukosis, Ll
40. Leukosis definition: an abnormal growth in the number of white blood cells in the blood of a person or animal Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
41. The Leukosis (other names — a blood cancer, leukemia, a leukemia) is a group of diseases of blood cells which are malignant
42. Initially the Leukosis is shown at the person in marrow.This body is responsible for development of leukocytes (white blood cells), erythrocytes (red blood cells) and thrombocytes.The Leukosis arises if one of cells in marrow mutates.
43. In the late 1960s and early 1970s it was discovered that enzootic bovine Leukosis, a disease recognized to cause lymphoid tumor development for over a century [45,46], was caused by a novel virus [1-4].
Late, Leukosis, Lymphoid
44. In this review on avian Leukosis, an introductory summary is given of knowledge acquired over the preceding 60 years.
45. Bovine Leukosis Virus is widespread in United States dairies
46. "Avian Leukosis" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings).Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure, which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
Leukosis, Library, Levels
47. Avian Leukosis virus belongs to a family of viruses called retroviruses
48. Included in this family are bovine Leukosis (affecting cattle), feline Leukosis (affecting cats) and HIV
Definition of leukosis. : leukemia especially : any of various leukemic diseases of poultry.
Enzootic bovine leukosis (EBL), associated with bovine leukaemia virus (BLV), is a highly contagious condition, and cattle become infected by transfer of BLV-infected B lymphocytes. The laboratory also found avian leukosis virus in the MMR vaccine and monkey retrovirus fragments in Paul Offit's RotaTeq vaccine.
a petty gangster or ruffian. Also called avian leukosis. First recorded in 1700–10, leukosis is from the Greek word leúkōsis leucoma. See leuko-, -osis n. The abnormal proliferation of one or more of the leukopoietic tissues. The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Company.