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Positive canine parvovirus (CPV) faecal test results have been reported in dogs after modified live virus (MLV) vaccination. Thus, the aim was to investigate feline panleucopenia virus (FPV) shedding in recently vaccinated, adult, clinically healthy cats and to assess related factors. Forty cats...

Author(s)
Bergmann, M.; Schwertler, S.; Speck, S.; Truyen, U.; Reese, S.; Hartmann, K.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2019, 185, 3, pp 83
Abstract

Feline vaccination guidelines recommend less frequent boosters for the core vaccines (rhinotracheitis, calicivirosis and infectious panleucopenia). Most guidelines recommend boosters at 3-yearly intervals after a basic vaccination including primary vaccination and revaccination one year later. The...

Author(s)
Jas, D.; Frances-Duvert, V.; Vernes, D.; Guigal, P. M.; Poulet, H.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Microbiology, 2015, 177, 1/2, pp 123-131
Abstract

The feline panleucopenia virus (FPV) belongs to the Parvoviridae family and it is connected to the canine parvovirus. Viral excretion is intense among the animals that have been affected, and the mortality rate among non-vaccinated baby cats may reach 90%.

Author(s)
Zicola, A.; Thiry, E.
Publisher
A Hora Veterinária, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Citation
A Hora Veterinária, 2011, 31, 181, pp 70-73, 9
Abstract

The feline panleukopenia virus (FPV) belongs to the family of Parvoviridae and is closely related to canine parvovirus It is a non-enveloped virus. In affected animals, the viral elimination is massive. In a population of unvaccinated cats, the mortality rate of kittens can reach 90%. The cat is...

Author(s)
Zicola, A.; Thiry, É.
Publisher
Point Vétérinaire Italie s.r.l., Milano, Italy
Citation
Summa, Animali da Compagnia, 2014, 31, 2, pp 62-65
Abstract

Three international panels have been established over the past 11 years to provide veterinarians with guidelines on the use of feline vaccines. These are the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) Feline Vaccine Advisory Panel, the World Small Animal Association Vaccine Guidelines...

Author(s)
Sparkes, A. H.
Publisher
Verlag Hans Huber, Bern, Switzerland
Citation
SAT, Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 2010, 152, 3, pp 135-140
AbstractFull Text

In this study, the results of haematological, virological and molecular analyses carried out on three cats with clinical signs of feline panleukopenia are reported. Parvovirus strains were detected in clinical samples of all cats by means of virus isolation and/or real-time PCR using a TaqMan...

Author(s)
Cirone, F.; Colaianni, M. L.; Amorisco, F.; Losurdo, M.; Decaro, N.; Desario, C.; Buonavoglia, C.
Publisher
Edizioni SCIVAC, Cremona, Italy
Citation
Veterinaria (Cremona), 2012, 26, 1, pp 53-60
Abstract

Twin cats, a male and a female, exhibiting diarrhoea and anorexia, were diagnosed with feline parvovirus using canine parvovirus test Witness Parvo. Prior to hospitalisation, due to feline leucopenia, both kittens were infused with their mother's blood. Following hospitalisation, treatment...

Author(s)
Citarová, A.
Publisher
Institute for Postgraduate Education of Veterinary Surgeons, Košice, Slovakia
Citation
Slovenský Veterinársky Časopis, 2014, 39, 5/6, pp 240
Abstract

Feline panleucopenia virus (FPV) is a highly infectious pathogen that causes severe diseases in pets, economically important animals and wildlife in China. Although FPV was identified several years ago, little is known about how it overcomes the host innate immunity. In the present study, we...

Author(s)
Kang HongTao; Liu DaFei; Tian Jin; Hu XiaoLiang; Zhang XiaoZhan; Yin Hang; Wu HongXia; Liu ChunGuo; Guo DongChun; Li ZhiJie; Jiang Qian; Liu JiaSen; Qu LianDong
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Viruses, 2017, 9, 1, pp 23
Abstract

The induction of a quick onset of immunity against feline parvovirus (FPV), feline herpesvirus (FHV) and feline calicivirus (FCV) is critical both in young kittens after the decline of maternal antibodies and in cats at high risk of exposure. The onset of immunity for the core components was...

Author(s)
Jas, D.; Aeberlé, C.; Lacombe, V.; Guiot, A. L.; Poulet, H.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 2009, 182, 1, pp 86-93
Abstract

Objective: To determine if canine parvovirus (CPV) or feline panleucopenia virus (FPV) genomic sequences are present in adult feline bone marrow samples. Design: Bone marrow samples were obtained from 32 semi-feral cats that were euthanased at an animal shelter. DNA was extracted and subjected to...

Author(s)
Haynes, S. M.; Holloway, S. A.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2012, 90, 4, pp 136-139

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