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  Avian entero-like virus (AELV) 2 (EF84/700) was isolated from a healthy chicken in Northern Ireland (McNulty et al., 1987). Althought AELV-1, -3 and -4 have been reclassified as astroviruses (McNulty et al., 1990; Todd et al., 2009), AELV-2 RNA was not amplified with astrovirus-specific primers and remains a candidate picornavirus (Todd et al., 2009).

References

McNulty, M.S., Allan, G.M. and McFerran, J.B. (1987). Isolation of a novel avian entero-like virus. Avian Pathology 16: 331-337.

McNulty, M.S., Connor, T.J., McNeilly, F. and McFerran, J.B. (1990). Biological characterization of avian enteroviruses and enterovirus-like viruses. Avian Pathology 19: 75-87.

Todd, D., Smyth, V.J., Ball, N.W., Donnelly, B.M., Wylie, M., Knowles, N.J. and Adair, B.M. (2009). Identification of chicken enterovirus-like viruses, duck hepatitis virus (DHV) type 2 and DHV type 3 as astroviruses. Avian Pathol 38: 2130.