Pathogenic characteristics of highly virulent avian reovirus, strain 58-132, isolated from a chicken with tenosynovitis.
Pathogenicity of avian reoviruses isolated from tendons and tendon sheaths of chickens with leg weakness.
Reovirus-induced tenosynovitis: Persistence of homologous challenge virus in broiler chicks after vaccination of parents.
Baculovirus-expressed muscovy duck reovirus sigma C protein induces serum neutralizing antibodies and protection against challenge
Effect of a live reovirus vaccine on reproductive performance of broiler breeder hens and development of viral tenosynovitis in progeny.