Publications are listed chronologically, most recent articles first.

Smyth J.A., Moffett D.A., Connor T.J., McNulty M.S. (2006)
Chicken Anaemia virus inoculated by the oral route causes lymphocity depletion in the thymus in 3-week-old and 6-week-old chickens.
Avian Pathology, 35(3): 254 – 259

Toro H., v.Santen V.L., Li L., Lockaby S.B., v.Santen E., Hoerr F.J. (2006)
Epidemiological and experimental evidence for immunodeficiency affecting avian Infectious Bronchitis.
Avian Pathology, 35(6): 455 – 464

Toro H., Ewald S., Hoerr F.J. (2006)
Serological evidence of Chicken Infectious Anemia virus in the United States at least since 1959.
Avian Diseases 50: 124 – 126

Miller M.M., Schat K.A. (2004)
Chicken Infectious Anemia virus: an example of the ultimate host-parasite relationship.
Avian Diseases 48: 734 – 745

v. Santen V.L., Joiner K.S., Murray C., Petrenko N., Hoerr F.J., Toro H (2004)
Pathogenesis of Chicken Anemia virus: Comparison of the oral and the intramuscular routes of infection.
Avian Diseases 48: 494 – 504

Sommer F., Cardona C. (2003)
Chicken Anemia virus in broilers: Dynamics of the infection in two commercial broiler flocks.
Avian Diseases 47: 1466 – 1473

Miller M.M., Ealey K.A., Oswald W.B., Schat K.A. (2003)
Detection of Chicken Anemia virus DNA in embryonal tissues and egg shell membranes.
Avian Diseases 47: 662 – 671

Spackman E., Cloud S.S., Rosenberger J.K. (2002)
Comparison of a putative second serotype of Chicken Infectious Anemia virus with a prototypical isolate II. Antigenic and physicochemical characteristics.
Avian Diseases 46: 956 – 963

Miles A.M., Reddy S.M., Morgan R.W. (2001)
Coinfection of specific-pathogen-free chickens with Marek’s Disease (MDV) and Chicken Infectious Anemia virus: Effect of MDV pathotype.
Avian Diseases 45: 9 – 18

d. Herdt P., v.d.Bosch G., Ducatelle R., Uyttebroek E., Schrier C. (2001)
Epidemiology and significance of Chicken Infectious Anemia virus infections in broilers and broiler parents under nonvaccinated European circumstances
Avian Diseases 45: 706 – 708

Cardona C.J., Oswald W.B., Schat K.A. (2000)
Distribution of Chicken Anaemia virus in the reproductive tissues of specific-pathogen-free chickens.
Journal of General Virology, 81 2067 – 2075

Toro H., Gonzalez C., Cerda L., Hess M., Reyes E., Geisse C. (2000)
Chicken Anemia virus and Fowl Adenoviruses: Association to induce the Inclusion Body hepatitis / Hydropericardium Syndrome
Avian Diseases 44: 51 – 58

Todd D., Connor T.J., Creelan J.L., Borghmans B.J., Calvert V.M., McNulty M.S. (1998)
Effect of multiple cell culture passages on the biological behaviour of chicken anaemia virus.
Avian Pathology, 27: 74 – 79

Farkas T., Maeda K., Sugiura H., Kai K., Hirai K., Otsuki K., Hayashi T. (1998)
A serological survey of chickens, Japanese quail, pigeons, ducks and crows for antibodies to Chicken Anaemia virus (CAV) in Japan.
Avian Pathology 27: 316 – 320

Malo A, Steenhuisen W., Jagt H.J.M., Schrier C.C. (1995)
Results of vaccination of breeders with a live attenuated chicken anemia virus (CAV) vaccine.
Proceedings of the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Veterinary Medical Association; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, July 8 – 12

McNeilly F., Smyth J.A., Adair B.M., McNulty M.S. (1995)
Synergism between Chicken Anemia virus (CAV) and Avian Reovirus following dual infection of 1-day-old chicks by a natural route.
Avian Diseases 39: 532 – 537

d.Boer G.F., v.Roozelaar D.J., Moormann R.J., Jeurissen  S.H.M., v.d. Wijngaard J.C., Hilbink F., Koch G. (1994)
Interaction between Chicken Anaemia virus and live Newcastle Disease vaccine.
Avian Pathology 23: 263 – 275

Steenhuisen W., Jagt H.J.M., Schrier C.C. (1994)
The use of a live attenuated CAV vaccine in breeder flocks in the Netherlands
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Infectious Bursal Disease and Chicken Infectious Anaemia. 21–24 June, Rauischolzhausen, Germany.: 482 – 497

Otaki Y., Saito K., Tajima M., Nomura Y. (1992)
Persistence of maternal antibody to Chicken Anaemia agent and its effect on the susceptibility of young chickens.
Avian Pathology 21: 147 – 151

McNulty M.S., McIlroy S.G., Bruce D.W., Todd D. (1991)
Economic effects of subclinical Chicken Anaemia agent infection in broiler chickens.
Avian Diseases 35: 263 – 268

McNulty M.S. (1991)
Chicken Anaemia agent: a review.
Avian Pathology, 20: 187 – 203

Lucio B., Schat K.A., Shivaprasad H.L. (1990)
Identification of the Chicken Anaemia agent, reproduction of the disease, and serological survey in the United States
Avian Diseases 34: 146 – 153

Box P.G., Holmes H.C., Bushell A.C, Finney P.M. (1988)
Impaired response to killed Newcastle Disease vaccine in chicken possessing circulating antibody to Chicken Anaemia agent.
Avian Pathology, 17: 713 – 723

Otaki Y., Nunoya T., Tajima M., Kato A., Numora Y. (1988)
Depression of vaccinal immunity to Marek’s Disease by infection with Chicken Anaemia agent.
Avian Pathology, 17: 713 – 723

Vielitz E., Landgraf H. (1988)
Anaemia-dermatitis of broilers: field observations on its occurrence, transmission and prevention.
Avian Pathology 17: 113 – 120

Goryo M., Suwa T., Matsumoto S., Umemura T., Itakura C. (1987)
Serial propagation and purification of Chicken Anaemia agent in MDCC-MSB1 cell line.
Avian Pathology 16: 149 – 167

v.Bülow V., Rudolph R., Fuchs B. (1986)
Erhöhte Patogenität des Erregers der aviären infektiösen Anämie bei Hühnerküken (CAA) bei simultaner Infektion mit Virus der Marekschen Krankheit (MDV), Bursitisvirus (IBDV) oder Reticuloendotheliosisvirus (REV). (1986)
Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series B, 33, 93 – 116

Yuasa N, Taniguchi T., Goda M., Shibatani M., Imada T., Hihara H. (1983)
Isolation of Chicken Anemia agent with MDCC-MSB1 cells from chickens in the field
National Institute of Animal Health Quarterly 23, 75 – 77

Yuasa N. (1982)
Propagation and infectivity titration of the Gifu-1 strain of Chicken Anemia agent in a cell line (MDCC-MSB1) derived from Marek’s Disease Lymphoma
National Institute of Animal Health Quarterly 23, 13 – 20