Characterization of Anatid herpesvirus 1 (vaccine strain) and understanding the role of viperin and cholesterol in its infection
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Anatid herpesvirus1 (AnHV-1) is the causative agent of duck viral enteritis(DVE) of the Anatidae family. The disease is a highly contagious disease characterized by high mortality rates, decreased egg production thus can cause significant economic losses and posing major to traditional agriculture across the globe. The etiological agent of the disease AnHV-1 is a member of the famaily Herpesvindae genus Mardivirus and subfamily Alphaherpesvirinae.
Supervisors: Sachin Kumar and Nitin Chaudhary
BIOSCIENCES AND BIOENGINEERING