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PDD: The Avian Bornavirus Link

The latest research reveals how a bird's immune response to Avian Bornavirus might cause Proventricular Dilatation Disease.

Ian Tizard, DVM, Ph.D, Director of the Schubot Exotic Bird Health Center at Texas A&M University has long studied Proventricular Dilatation Disease (PDD) and Avian Bornavirus (ABV). BIRD TALK sat down with Tizzard to learn about the latest developments regarding PDD and its theoretical link to ABV.

 **For the full article, pick up the November 2011 issue of BIRD TALK at your local retailer or by purchasing a PDF download here.**

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