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Understanding Feline Calicivirus
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Understanding Feline Calicivirus, Winn Funded Research Ossiboff, R. J. and J. S. Parker (2007). "Identification of regions and residues in feline junctional adhesion molecule required for feline calicivirus binding and infection." J Virol 81(24): 13608-21. Despite including important human and animal pathogens, the Caliciviridae family is relatively understudied. Feline caliciviruses (FCVs), members of the Vesivirus genus, are highly contagious pathogens that cause a variety of mild to severe disease syndromes in cats
What are the differences between caliciviruses in cats?
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What are the differences between caliciviruses in cats?, Spiri AM, Theze J, Meli ML, et al. Genetic diversity and phenotypic associations of feline caliciviruses from cats in Switzerland. J Gen Virol. 2016 Dec;97(12):3253-3266. Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a common respiratory pathogen of cats. It has a high mutation rate in its surface proteins. This affects the biologic properties of the virus. Understanding the genetic diversity of FCV, calicivirus in Japan. Vet Res Community.2007 May;31(4):497-507
Feline caliciviruses causing virulent systemic disease are genetically distinct
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Feline caliciviruses causing virulent systemic disease are genetically distinct, Winn Funded Research Ossiboff, R. J., A. Sheh, et al. (2007). "Feline caliciviruses (FCVs) isolated from cats with virulent systemic disease possess in vitro phenotypes distinct from those of other FCV isolates." J Gen Virol 88(Pt 2): 506-27. During the past decade, several outbreaks of severe systemic disease associated with feline calicivirus (FCV) have occurred in the USA and the UK. This new disease has caused high mortality in the affected animals and has been termed virulent
Feline Calicivirus Vaccination
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Feline Calicivirus Vaccination, Huang C, Hess J, Gill M et al.: A dual-strain feline calicivirus vaccine stimulates broader cross, when challenged with a homologous feline calicivirus strain associated with virulent systemic disease, J Feline Med Surg 12:129, 2010.Feline calicivirus (FCV) is generally associated with mild upper, articles:Addie D, Poulet H, Golder MC et al.: Ability of antibodies to two new caliciviral vaccine strains to neutralise feline calicivirus isolates from the UK, Vet Rec 163:355, 2008.Radford AD, Addie
First report of virulent calicivirus in Italy
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First report of virulent calicivirus in Italy, Battilani M, Vaccari F, Carelle MS, et al. Virulent feline calicivirus disease in a shelter in Italy: A case description. Res Vet Sci;95:283-290. Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a contagious, is the first report of this form of calicivirus in this country. Genetic characterization of this virus showed it to be distinct from other caliciviruses circulating in this cat population. In the case, : Prikhodko VG, Sandoval-Jaime C, Abente EJ, et al. Genetic characterization of feline calicivirus
Virulent systemic calicivirus infection
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Virulent systemic calicivirus infection, Winn Funded Research Foley, J., K. Hurley, et al. (2006). "Virulent systemic feline calicivirus infection: local cytokine modulation and contribution of viral mutants." J Fel Med Surg 8(1): 55-61. Virulent systemic feline calicivirus (VS-FCV) is a novel, emerging pathogen with mortality up to 67% even in previously healthy adult cats; VS-FCV has resulted in at least six epidemics since 1998. Understanding the features contributing to the emergence of this disease is critical
Feline Calicivirus and Fleas
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Feline Calicivirus and Fleas, Mencke, N., M. Vobis, et al. (2009). "Transmission of feline calicivirus via the cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis)." Parasitol Res 105(1): 185-9.Feline calicivirus is an important and contagious, be a source for transmission of feline calicivirus and note that it emphasizes the importance of good flea, . (2009). "Feline calicivirus infection ABCD guidelines on prevention and management." J Feline Med, systemic feline calicivirus disease." J Amer Vet Med Assoc 224(2): 241-249.>> PubMed Abstract
Virulent Systemic Feline Calicivirus
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Virulent Systemic Feline Calicivirus, Reynolds BS, Poulet H, Pingret JL et al: A nosocomial outbreak of feline calicivirus associated virulent systemic disease in France, J Feline Med Surg 11:633, 2009.This paper documents an outbreak of virulent systemic (VS) feline calicivirus (FCV) at a veterinary teaching hospital in France, : Feline calicivirus infection. ABCD guidelines on prevention and management, J Feline Med Surg 11:556, 2009.>> Free, full text articleRadford AD, Coyne KP, Dawson S et al: Feline calicivirus, Vet Res 38
New Antiviral Treatment for Feline Calicivirus
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New Antiviral Treatment for Feline Calicivirus, severe and fatal outbreaks of feline calicivirus infection." Am J Vet Res 69(1): 23-32. During the past decade, several outbreaks of severe systemic disease associated with feline calicivirus (FCV, . This novel treatment modality has not previously been tested in cats. A calicivirus strain was isolated from a cat that died of natural hemorrhagic calicivirus disease and a PMO was synthesized, treatment reduced calicivirus shedding and improved clinical recovery. Virus-specific PMOs may
Feline calicivirus isolated from a tiger
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Feline calicivirus isolated from a tiger, Tiana, J, Liu D, et al. Molecular characterization of a feline calicivirus isolated from tiger and its pathogenesis in cats. Vet Microbiol. 2016 Aug 30;192:110-7. Feline calicivirus causes, , a strain of calicivirus was isolated from the feces of a healthy Siberian Tiger housed in a zoo in China, damage. This is the first report of molecular characterization of a feline calicivirus from, challenge of a highly virulent vs feline calicivirus. Virus Res.2014 Aug 8;188:60-7