Australian infectious bronchitis virus A

strain of avian infectious bronchitis virus originally isolated by Cumming in 1962 from poultry in Australia suffering from a kidney disease known as uremia. Infectious bronchitis viruses isolated in Australia before 1980 induced nephritis with high mortality, whereas viruses isolated in the USA and elsewhere outside Australia showed little evidence of nephropathogenicity. Since 1980, most viruses isolated from Australia appear to be less nephrotropic, and no longer cause high mortality.

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Klieve AV and Cumming RB (1988) Avian Pathol 17, 829

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