Volume 21, Number 5—May 2015
Novel Eurasian Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A H5 Viruses in Wild Birds, Washington, USA, 2014
|Sample ID no.||Species, common name||Necropsy||AIV status||Diagnostic finding|
|26080–001||Northern shoveler||Yes||PCR negative, isolation negative||Aspergillosis|
|26080–002||Northern pintail||Yes||Subtype H5N2||Aspergillosis, HPAI|
|26080–003||American wigeon||Yes||PCR positive, isolation negative||Aspergillosis|
|26080–004||American wigeon||No||PCR negative, isolation negative||ND|
|26080–005||American wigeon||No||PCR negative, isolation negative||ND|
|26080–006†||Mallard||Yes||PCR positive, isolation negative||Aspergillosis|
|26080–007†||Mallard||Yes||PCR positive, isolation negative||Aspergillosis|
|26080–008†||Mallard||No||PCR positive, isolation negative||ND|
|26080–009||Trumpeter swan||Yes||PCR negative, isolation negative||Emaciation|
*AIV, avian influenza virus; HPAI, highly pathogenic avian influenza; ID, identification, ND, not determined.
†Specimens tested by the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory.
1These first authors contributed equally to this article.
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