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A five-month-old dog died suddenly with the major symptoms of fever and hemorrhage in the liver and abdominal cavity at a pet shop in Japan in October 2008. A few days later, two puppies which had been raised with the puppy in the same room developed the symptoms of suspected infectious canine...

Author(s)
Soma, T.; Taharaguchi, S.; Kawashima, S.; Hara, M.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Tottori, Japan
Citation
Journal of Animal Clinical Medicine, 2011, 20, 2, pp 47-51
Abstract

The present study was aimed at developing the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay for detection of canine adenoviruses from faecal or urine samples. Urine or faecal samples were treated with chloroform or activated charcoal to eliminate the PCR inhibitory substances and the total DNA was...

Author(s)
Uttara Chaturvedi; Tiwari, A. K.; Barkha Ratta; Ravindra, P. V.; Rajawat, Y. S.; Palia, S. K.; Anant Rai
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Virological Methods, 2008, 149, 2, pp 260-263
Abstract

Infectious canine hepatitis (ICH) is caused by canine adenovirus type 1 (CAV-1), which severely harms infected animals. Vaccination provides an effective approach to preventing canine infectious diseases. With the objective of exploring a new vaccination strategy that may prevent or cure ICH, we...

Author(s)
Wang JunXia; Zheng Long; Song ShuXia; Zhang Xia; Li LiMin; Wang Fang; Liu YingFu; Sun ShuHan
Publisher
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., New Rochelle, USA
Citation
Viral Immunology, 2007, 20, 3, pp 461-468
Abstract

Four strains of canine adenovirus type 1 (CAV-1) and two strains of canine adenovirus type 2 (CAV-2) were examined by restriction enzyme analysis. In every case, CAV-1 differed from CAV-2. Monoclonal antibodies were prepared against the Mirandola strain of CAV-1 and the Manhattan strain of CAV-2....

Author(s)
Whetstone, C. A.
Citation
Intervirology, 1985, 23, 2, pp 116-120
Abstract

The genome of canine adenovirus type 1 (CAV-1) was cloned and restriction maps were compiled. The maps were compared with those of canine adenovirus type 2 (CAV-2). The left ends of both genomes were further characterized by DNA sequence analysis. Several features of the DNA sequence and predicted...

Author(s)
Spibey, N.; McClory, R. S.; Cavanagh, H. M. A.
Citation
Virus Research, 1989, 14, 3, pp 241-255
Abstract

Southern-blot and dot-blot hybridization tests were used to detect the homogenicity of canine adenovirus I and II (CAV-1, and CAV-2). The viral DNAs were digested with Hind III and transferred on to a nitrofibrous membrane. It was shown that 7 of 10 DNA segments of both virulent and attenuated ...

Author(s)
Guo YingNing; Tong GuangZhi
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1996, 22, 5, pp 28-29
Abstract

Fifty-four faecal specimens obtained from kennelled dogs with diarrhoea were used to inoculate a range of cell types in tissue culture. Particles resembling adenovirus virions were seen in three specimens and 22 stools yielded an adenovirus upon culture. Viral DNA from each isolate was digested...

Author(s)
Macartney, L.; Cavanagh, H. M. A.; Spibey, N.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1988, 44, 1, pp 9-14

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