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Treatment of FIV infected cats with interferon
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2015/05/19/treatment-of-fiv-infected-cats-with-interferon
Treatment of FIV infected cats with interferon, cytokine, interferon, for treatment of cats with FIV. Naturally infected cats were used for this study, immune modulation therapy in FIV positive cats: clinical and laboratory evaluation. Res Vet Sci
FeLV and FIV Affect Blood Values in Cats
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2009/10/21/felv-and-fiv-affect-blood-values-in-cats
FeLV and FIV Affect Blood Values in Cats, of the hematologic and biochemical values in cats naturally infected by feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV, of 3,780 client owned cats tested for FIV and FeLV. The objective was to report differences in laboratory values between FIV- or FeLV-infected and non-infected and between FIV- and FeLV-infected cats, ) and gamma-globulins were significantly higher in FIV-positive cats compared with negative cats. Results, (PLT) in FeLV-positive cats than FIV- infected and control cats. TP and creatinine concentrations
Seroprevalences of FeLV and FIV in cats in North America
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2017/09/08/seroprevalences-of-felv-and-fiv-in-cats-in-north-america
Seroprevalences of FeLV and FIV in cats in North America, ) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) affect cats worldwide, the veterinary community has periodically, and 2.5% of cats were seropositive for antibodies against FIV. Another survey in 2009 in Canada of 11,144 cats reported seroprevalences of 3.4% for FeLV antigen and 4.3% for anti-FIV antibody. In both, seroprevalence of 3.1% for FeLV antigen and 3.6% for anti-FIV antibody. The risk factors for both viruses, ) – FeLV+ (76 or 4.7%); FIV+ (157 or 9.7%) Respiratory disease (4,835 cats) – FeLV+ (385 or 8.0
Feline interferon omega for treatment of FeLV & FIV
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2013/11/10/feline-interferon-omega-for-treatment-of-felv-fiv
Feline interferon omega for treatment of FeLV & FIV, (FIV) on the immune system by the retroviruses. A therapeutic drug that may be used for infected, of this drug in retrovirus-infected cats. They followed 16 cats naturally infected with either FIV and/or FeLV, leukemia virus (FeLV)-infected and FeLV/feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV)-coinfected symptomatic cats. J
Feline Retrovirus Testing and Management Guidelines - Part Two FIV
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2020/02/14/feline-retrovirus-testing-and-management-guidelines---part-two-fiv
Feline Retrovirus Testing and Management Guidelines - Part Two FIV, by the AAFP. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Diagnosis and pathogenesis of FIV are less, with transient fever, lymphadenopathy, and lymphopenia. They have a high FIV concentration by culture and PCR, in FIV+ cats. Survival time is highly variable but similar to uninfected cats, and several studies, to antigen-antibody complexes sequestering antigen. As with FeLV, diagnosis of FIV positive status should, in low risk cats. Confirm with PCR or IFA for FeLV and PCR or Western Blot for FIV. Antibodies
What do Feline Herpes Virus and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus have to do with Lymphoma?
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2016/11/01/what-do-feline-herpes-virus-and-feline-immunodeficiency-virus-have-to-do-with-lymphoma
feline leukemia virus (FeLV) or FIV infection has been repeatedly documented from all over the world. It has previous been reported that FIV-infected cats are approximately five times more likely, Alone or Colluding? ILAR J. 2016;57(1):24-33. Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) has been, spontaneous lymphomas in 20 FIV-positive cats. In this pilot study, all 20 lymphomas were positive for scattered FIV antigen with at least one of several monoclonal antibodies specific for an array
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/docs/default-source/cat-health-library-educational-articles/feline-immunodeficiency-virus.pdf
immunodeficiency virus (FIV) was first discovered in 1986 in a California cattery where some cats appeared to have an illness similar to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) in people. Since then, FIV has, that FIV has been present in cats for many years. The rate of infection varies from about 1% (in healthy cats) to as high as 14% (in ill cats) in Canada and the United States. FIV is often found in cats, are infected with FIV. FIV belongs to the same family of viruses as HIV (human immunodeficiency
Kidney disease in cats and people
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2012/12/06/kidney-disease-in-cats-and-people
Poli A, Tozon N, Guidi G and Pistello M. Renal alterations in feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV, are unclear. HIV and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) are closely related viruses so that disease in cats, with FIV, no detailed description of the kidney lesions has been published. The investigators, working at the University of Pisa in Italy, examined kidneys from 72 cats infected with FIV. They found and described pathologic changes in the kidneys of cats with FIV that are similar to those in humans
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus in African Lions
https://www.winnfelinefoundation.org/education/cat-health-news-blog/cat-health-news-from-the-winn-feline-foundation/2009/10/19/feline-immunodeficiency-virus-in-african-lions
(FIV) infection in wild African lions, Virology 390:1, 2009.Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV, African lions. Lions have FIV seroprevalence levels of 10% in some populations, and different strains, with FIV infection. Sixty-four lions in Botswana parks, and 8 lions from the Serengeti Park in Tanzania were sampled. Virtually all FIV-infected animals had gingivitis and poor oral health. Many had, , as was poor coat condition, and lymphoid depletion. The investigators concluded that over time, FIV