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Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) was first described in 1963. It is cause by feline coronavirus (FCoV). This disease has mainly sporadic or enzootic character and it has been observed in some veterinary practices in Bulgaria during the last years. Unfortunately, in the most cases, the disease is ...

Author(s)
Filipov, C.; Dimov, D.; Raichev, I.; Iordanov, V.; Dimkov, M.
Publisher
Lesotekhnicheski Universitet, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Sbornik Dokladi ot Nauchnata Konferentsiya: Traditsii i S'vrenmennost v'v Veterinarnata Meditsina, 2013, 2013, pp 221-230
Abstract

For the diagnosis of porcine transmissible gastroenteritis, there was an advantage in using IgG conjugate, prepared from the peritoneal fluid of cats infected with the related coronavirus of infectious peritonitis, over an IgG conjugate against TGE virus prepared in SPF piglets.

Author(s)
Ignatov, G.; Tunkara, A.; Ignatova, M.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1987, 24, 8, pp 44-47