Poster – HPAI Surveillance in Poultry Collecting Facilities (PCFs) in Jakarta, Indonesia
Judul: HPAI Surveillance in Poultry Collecting Facilities (PCFs) in Jakarta, Indonesia
Penulis: A Jatikusumah1, P Hermans2, Sunandar1, AT Muljono1, AJ Nell3, C Basri4, A Bouma5, I Claassen2, G Koch2
1 Center for Indonesian Veterinary Analytical Studies, Jl. RSAU No 4, Atang Sanjaya, Kemang-Bogor, West Java Indonesia, 16310, 2 Central Veterinary Institute, part of Wageningen University and Research Centre, P.O. Box 65, 8200 Lelystad, The Netherlands, 3 Centre for Development Innovation, Lawickse Allee 11 Building 425, 6701 AN Wageningen The Netherlands, 4 Department of Infectious Diseases and Veterinary Public Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bogor Agricultural University, Jl. Agatis, Kampus IPB Dramaga, Bogor 16680 West Java, Indonesia, 5 Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Farm Animal Health, Utrecht University, Yalelaan 7, Utrecht, The Netherlands
AvOne of the possible sources for virus persistence is trading with infected poultry. This trading often occurs via live bird market (LBM). In Indonesia, this is an essenstial element oft the market system for marketing poultry. LBM and Poultry Collecting Facility (PCF) are a preferred place for many people to purchase poultry for consumption. The objectives are to detect the presence of HPAI in PCFs, to determine what proportion on PCFs are contaminated with HPAI, to measure the frequency of HPAI infected poultry batches, to identify hotspots of HPAI in the country and to collect virus strain circulating in commercial poultry. Sentinel birds free of antibodies against AI were placed on the PCF. Trachea and cloaca swab were collected from incoming poultry batches. All swabs and samples of dead sentinel birds were tested in the influenza Matrix and H5 PCR. The results are 1.4% (2008) and 3,2% (2009-2010) of incoming batches was HPAI M and H5 positive, 25% (3/12) of PCFs (2008) and 30% (12/40) of PCFs in 2009-2010 were infected by H5, and percentage of infected batches differed between different areas, also virus was detected in types of poultry.
Citation: Jatikusumah A, Hermans P, Sunandar, Muljono AT, Nell AJ, Basri C, Bouma A, Claassen I, Koch G. 2012. HPAI Surveillance in Poultry Collecting Facilities (PCFs) in Jakarta, Indonesia. Poster Presented 8th International Symposium on Avian Influenza. Royal Holloway University of London, 1-4 April 2012.