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Highlights from Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses
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Dear Michael Anthony,

The Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses Focused Meeting took place between 3–4 September in Oxford. In this email we share some of the highlights of the event.

New vaccine developed for infectious laryngotracheitis 

A new vaccine has been developed for an important chicken disease. Infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) is caused by virus that targets the respiratory system of chickens. Learn more here

Emerging retrovirus 'major threat' to domestic pigeon populations

A new virus has been causing disease outbreaks in domestic pigeons in Europe. Professor Dennis Rubbenstroth from the University of Freiburg identified the virus as a Group A retrovirus (RVA). Learn more here

Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses: a view from Twitter

During the event, members posted photos and discussed the meeting on Twitter. We’ve turned some of the best tweets into a blog post. Read the blog here
Top: Group photo of the delegates.
Bottom left: Delegates socialising during the break.
Bottom right: Samantha Ellis, winner of the poster prize.  
Thank you to everyone who attended and helped out at this Focused Meeting – we hope you enjoyed it.

We look forward to seeing you at another Society event soon. 

Best wishes, 
The Conferences and Events Team
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