Retos en el diagnóstico y control del virus de la enfermedad de Marek en Colombia

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Sara Lopez O http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4910-1705 David Villar A http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1924-3446 Jenny Chaparro G http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2750-0721

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Aunque la industria avícola colombiana ha crecido casi el doble en producción durante la última década, el diagnóstico de agentes infecciosos y caracterización de estos aún es escasa, y es poca la información acerca de las cepas virales circulantes en el país. Dentro de estos agentes se encuentra el Virus de la Enfermedad de Marek (VEM), el cual es un patógeno inmunosupresor que puede causar mortalidad elevada y graves pérdidas en la producción. Aunque es poco probable que ocurran casos clínicos de la enfermedad causada por el VEM, debido a los programas de vacunación generalizada con GaHV-2 (serotipo I) y HVT (serotipo III), la inmunosupresión que causan las infecciones subclínicas puede estar causando pérdidas considerables en la producción avícola nacional. El objetivo de esta revisión es describir brevemente la enfermedad de Marek y el estado actual del estudio de la infección en Colombia.

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