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Experimental infection of cats with feline rhinotracheitis virus: clinical, virological and histopathological findings

Experimental infection of cats with feline rhinotracheitis virus: clinical, virological and histopathological findings

Clinica Veterinaria 108(1): 39-46

Strain RFV-ISS of the virus (isolated by the authors in 1984) was inoculated into the conjunctival sac of four kittens, and into the nose of another four. All kittens responded with severe ocular signs but only slight respiratory symptoms. Virus was recovered up to 28 days later in swabs from the eyes, but none from nasal swabs after six days.

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