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Disease Marek Disease

Name Marek Disease
Synonyms Fowl Paralyses | Fowl Paralysis | Marek's Disease | Mareks Disease | Neurolymphomatoses | Neurolymphomatosis | Paralyses, Fowl | Paralysis, Fowl
Definition A transmissible viral disease of birds caused by avian herpesvirus 2 (HERPESVIRUS 2, GALLID) and other MARDIVIRUS. There is lymphoid cell infiltration or lymphomatous tumor formation in the peripheral nerves and gonads, but may also involve visceral organs, skin, muscle, and the eye.
Categories Animal disease | Immune system disease | Lymphatic disease | Viral disease
MeSH® ID D008380

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1. DiseasesVirus Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references DNA Virus Infections Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Herpesviridae Infections Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Marek Disease
2. DiseasesVirus Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Tumor Virus Infections Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Marek Disease
3. DiseasesHemic and Lymphatic Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Lymphatic Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Lymphoproliferative Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Marek Disease
4. DiseasesImmune System Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Immunoproliferative Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Lymphoproliferative Disorders Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Has associated exposure references Marek Disease
5. DiseasesAnimal Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Bird Diseases Has associated chemicals Has associated genes Marek Disease

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