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Serologic survey of the feline immunodeficiency-virus antibody, the feline leukemia-virus antigen, and the feline coronavirus antibody in domestic cats



Serologic survey of the feline immunodeficiency-virus antibody, the feline leukemia-virus antigen, and the feline coronavirus antibody in domestic cats



Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 55(2): 89-93



The feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) antibody, feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) antigen, and feline coronavirus (FCoV) antibody were studied in Japanese domestic cats. In cases in which pleural and peritoneal exudates led to suspicion of feline infectious peritonitis (FIP), 26.3% of the examined animals were positive for FIV, and 36.8% were positive for FeLV. In cases of upper respiratory diseases, 35.7% were positive for FIV and 21.4% for FeLV.

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