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Macrotiter assay for coronavirus-neutralizing activity in cats using a canine continuous cell line (A-72)



Macrotiter assay for coronavirus-neutralizing activity in cats using a canine continuous cell line (A-72)



Laboratory Animal Science 33(6): 567-570



A heterologous neutralization assay for feline infectious peritonitis virus serology was developed using a single continuous canine cell line, A-72, which is susceptible to cytopathic infection with both transmissible gastroenteritis virus of pigs and canine coronavirus.

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