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Relationships of canine panleucopaenia (enteritis) and myocarditis parvoviruses to feline panleucopaenia virus



Relationships of canine panleucopaenia (enteritis) and myocarditis parvoviruses to feline panleucopaenia virus



Australian Veterinary Journal 56(3): 152-153



Antigenic relationships of parvoviruses isolated from 10 dogs with enteritis and eight with myocarditis were compared with each other and also with strains of feline panleukopenia virus (FPV). The canine viruses were identical by serum-neutralization but, although they were antigenically related to wildlife and vaccine strains of FPV, they could be distinguished by other means. However, by reciprocal HI, the canine viruses were indistinguishable from all FPV strains. The authors discuss ways in which these two canine diseases came to appear simultaneously throughout the world.

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PMID: 6254483

DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-0813.1980.tb05663.x


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