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The studies on feline infectious peritonitis inoculated with fip virus transmissible gastroenteritis virus and canine corona virus in cats



The studies on feline infectious peritonitis inoculated with fip virus transmissible gastroenteritis virus and canine corona virus in cats



Bulletin of the Nippon Veterinary & Animal Science University (37): 39-45



The purpose of this report was to aim the elucidation of the feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) induced with coronavirus. Three months cats inculated with transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGEV), canine corona virus (CCV) and FIP virus (FOPV), were investigated for the manifestation of FIP and for the development of the serological neutralizing antibody (NA). Cats were inculated with 1st FIPV, 2nd TGEV, 3rd CCV and 4th FIPV for 4 weeks interval. In these cats, the high NA titer was observed before 4 th injection, and no manifestation of FIP after then. On the other hand, cats inoculated with 1st TGEV or CCV (2nd, 3rd, 4th, virus same as described above), showed the comparative lower NA titer and the manifestation of FIP after injection.

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