References

Publications are listed chronologically, most recent articles first.

Villarreal, L. Y.B., Sandri, T. L., Souza, S. P., Richtzenhain, L. J., de Wit, J. J. & Brandao, P. E. (2010).
Molecular epidemiology of avian infectious bronchitis in Brazil from 2007 to 2008 in breeders, broilers, and layers.
Avian Diseases, 54, 894-898.

Wit, J. J. (Sjaak) de, Cook, J.K.A., van der Heijden, H.M.J.F. (2010).
Infectious Bronchitis Virus in Asia, Africa, Australia and Latin America - History, Current Situation and Control Measures.
In: Workshop: Infectious Bronchitis (IB) in the Brazilian Poultry Industry. 
Brazilian Journal of Poultry Science, 12, 97-106.

Anon. (2009).
Proceedings of VI International Symposium on avian corona- and pneumoviruses and complicating pathogens, Rauischholzhausen, Germany. E.F. Kaleta & U.Heffels-Redmann, (Eds).

Liu S, Zhang X, Wang Y, Li C, Han Z, Shao Y, Li H & Kong X. (2009).
Molecular characterization and pathogenicity of infectious bronchitis coronaviruses: complicated evolution and epidemiology in china caused by cocirculation of multiple types of infectious bronchitis coronaviruses
Intervirology, 52, 223-234.

Calogero Terregino; Anna Toffan; Maria Serena Beato; Roberta De Nardi; Marta Vascellari; Amelio Meini; Giovanni Ortali; Marzia Mancin & Ilaria Capua (2008)
Pathogenicity of a QX strain of infectious bronchitis virus in specific pathogen free and commercial broiler chickens, and evaluation of protection induced by a vaccination programme based on the Ma5 and 4/91 serotypes
Avian Pathology, Volume 37, Issue 5 October 2008 , pages 487 - 493.

Shimazaki Y, Horiuchi T, Harada M, Tanimura C, Seki Y, Kuroda Y, Yagyu K, Nakamura S & Suzuki S.  (2008).
Isolation of 4/91 type of infectious bronchitis virus as a new variant in Japan and efficacy of vaccination against 4/91 type field isolate
Avian Diseases, 52, 618-622.

Worthington, K.J., Currie, R.J.W.  & Jones, R.C. (2008).
A reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction survey of infectious bronchitis virus genotypes in Western Europe from 2002 to 2006
Avian Pathology, 37, 274-257.

Bochkov YA, Tosi G, Massi P & Drygin VV. (2006).
Phylogenetic analysis of partial S1 and N gene sequences of infectious bronchitis virus isolates from Italy revealed genetic diversity and recombination.
Virus Genes, Volume 35, Number 1, August 2007 , pp. 65-71(7).

Dolz, R., Pujois, J., Ordónnez, G., Porta, R. & Majó, N. (2006).
Antigenic and molecular characterisation of isolates of the Italian 02 infectious bronchitis virus genotype.
Avian Pathology, 35, 77-85.

Tarpey I, Orbell SJ, Britton P, Casais R, Hodgson T, Lin F, Hogan E & Cavanagh D. (2006).
Safety and efficacy of an infectious bronchitis virus used for chicken embryo vaccination.
Vaccine. 2006 Nov 17;24(47-48), 6830-8.

Beato MS, De Battisti C, Terregino C, Drago A, Capua I & Ortali G. (2005).
Evidence of circulation of a Chinese strain of infectious bronchitis virus (QXIBV) in Italy.
The Veterinary Record 156, 720 (2005).

Cavanagh, D. (2005).
Coronaviruses of poultry and other birds.
Avian Pathology, 34, 439-448.

Jackwood MW, Hilt DA, Lee CW, Kwon HM, Callison SA, Moore KM, Moscoso H, Sellers H & Thayer S. (2005).
Data from 11 years of molecular typing infectious bronchitis virus field isolates.
Avian Diseases, 49, 614-618 .

Bijlenga, G., Cook, J. K. A., Gelb, J. Jr. & de Wit, J. J. (2004)
Development and use of the H strain of avian infectious bronchitis virus from the Netherlands as a vaccine: a review
Avian Pathology, 33, 550-557

Cavanagh, D. & Gelb, J. (2008).
Infectious bronchitis.
In: Saif, Y. M., Fadly, A. M., Glisson, J. R., McDougald, L. R., Nolan, L.K. & Swayne, D. E. eds).  Diseases of Poultry, 12th edition.  Ames, IA, Blackwell Publishing, Ames, Iowa. Pp 117-135.

Seyfi Abad Shapouri, M.R., Mayahi, M., Assasi, K. & Charkhakar, S. (2003)
A survey of the prevalence of infectious bronchitis virus type 4/91 in Iran
Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 52, 163 - 166.

Callison S.A, Jackwood M.W & Hilt D.A (2001)
Molecular characterization of Infectious Bronchitis Virus Isolates Foreign to the United States and Comparison with United States Isolates
Avian Diseases 45, 492-499.

Cook J.K.A., Chester J., Baxendale W., Greenwood N., Huggins M.B. & Orbell S.J. (2001)
Protection of chickens against renal damage caused by a nephropathogenic infectious bronchitis virus
Avian Pathology 30, 423-425 .

Cook J.K.A., Huggins M.B., Orbell S.J., Mawditt K. & Cavanagh D. (2001)
Infectious bronchitis virus vaccine interferes with the replication of avian pneumovirus vaccine in domestic fowl
Avian Pathology 30, 233-242.

Wit, J.J. de. (2000)
Technical Review. Detection of infectious bronchitis virus
Avian Pathology, 29, 71-93.

Cook J.K.A., Orbell S.J., Woods M. and Huggins M. (1999)
Breadth of protection of the respiratory tract provided by different live-attenuated infectious bronchitis vaccines against challenge with infectious bronchitis viruses of heterologous serotypes
Avian Pathology 28, 477-485.

Cavanagh, D., Mawditt, K., Shaw,K., Britton, P. & Naylor, C. (1998)
Towards, the routine application of nucleic acid technology for avian disease diagnosis
Acta Veterinaria Hungarica, 45, 281-298.

Cargill P. (1998)
Contemporary European infectious bronchitis variants
World Poultry-Elsevier 14, No.2, 52-53.

Cook J., Orbell S. & Malo A. (1998)
Protection provided by live-attenuated infectious bronchitis vaccines against challenge with different IB serotypes
The International Symposium on Infectious Bronchitis and Pneumovirus infections in poultry.
15-18 June, Rauischolzhausen, Germany, 366-370.

Malo A., Orbell S.J., Di Fabio J., Huggins M.B., Woods M.A. & Cook J. (1998)
Cross protection studies after the use of live-attenuated IBV 4/91 and Massachusetts’s vaccine
The Forty-seventh Western Poultry Disease Conference 8-10 March, Sacramento, California, USA.

Cook, J.K.A., Orbell, S.J., Woods M.A. and Higgins M.B. (1996)
A survey of the presence of a new infectious bronchitis virus designated 4/91
Veterinary Record 138, 178-180.

Nakamura K., Narita M., Imai K., Matsumura T., Maeda M. & Tanimura T. (1992)
The effect of mixed live vaccines of Newcastle Disease and Infectious Bronchitis on the chicken respiratory tract
Journal of Comparative Pathology 106, 341-349.

Parsons D., Ellis M.M., Cavanagh D. & Cook J.K.A. (1992)
A “new” strain of infectious bronchitis virus infecting domestic fowl in Great Britain
Veterinary Record 130, 493-494.

Dijck van P.M. (1991)
Combining without concessions. Results with the use of IB+ND vaccine Nobilis® Ma5/Clone 30 in the field in The Netherlands
II. International Symposium on Infectious Bronchitis 3-6 June 1988, Rauischolzhausen, Germany, 221-238.

Brown, A.J., & Bracewell, C.D. (1988)
Effect of repeated infections of chickens with infectious bronchitis viruses on the specificity of their antibody responses
Veterinary Record, 122, 207-208.

Schrier C. & Cornelissen D. (1988)
Possibilities and limitations of combined vaccines
I. International Symposium on Infectious Bronchitis 23-26 June 1988, Rauischolzhausen, Germany, 310-317.

Brown, A.J. & Bracewell, C. D. (1985)
Application of the haemagglutination inhibition test to typing of infectious bronchitis virus
Veterinary Record, 116, 47-48.

Cook, J.K.A., Darbyshire, J.H. & Peters, R.W. (1976)
The use of chicken tracheal organ cultures for the isolation and assay of avian infectious bronchitis virus
Archives of Virology, 50, 109-118.

Johnson R.B. & Marquardt W.W. (1974)
The neutralizing characteristics of strains of Infectious Bronchitis virus as measured by the constant-virus variable-serum method in chicken tracheal cultures
Avian Diseases, 19, 82-90.

Raggi LG & Lee GG. (1963)
Infectious Bronchitis Virus interference with Growth of Newcastle Disease Virus. I. Study of Interference in chicken embryos
Avian Diseases, 7, 106-480.

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