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Calicivirus emergence from ocean reservoirs: zoonotic and interspecies movements.
Caliciviral infections in humans, among the most common causes of viral-induced vomiting and diarrhea, are caused by the Norwalk group of small round structured viruses, the Sapporo caliciviruses,Expand
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In vitro isolation and characterization of a calicivirus causing a vesicular disease of the hands and feet.
We report that a calicivirus of oceanic origin, San Miguel sea lion virus serotype 5 (SMSV-5), is a human pathogen. This biotype was isolated originally from blisters on the flippers of northern furExpand
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INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND THE DECLINE OF STELLER SEA LIONS (EUMETOPIAS JUBATUS) IN ALASKA, USA: INSIGHTS FROM SEROLOGIC DATA
Serologic data were examined to determine whether infectious disease may have played a role in the decline of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in the Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands, USA.Expand
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Calicivirus pathogenic for swine: a new serotype isolated from opaleye Girella nigricans, an ocean fish.
A new calicivirus, designated San Miguel sea lion virus type 7 (SMSV-7), was isolated from fish and produced a disease condition identical to vesicular exanthema in experimentally infected swine.Expand
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MORTALITY OF HARBOR SEAL PUPS AT DIFFERENT SITES IN THE INLAND WATERS OF WASHINGTON
We examined the mortality rates and causes of death of harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) pups in three regions of the inland waters of Washington (USA) in 1984. One hundred eight pups were collectedExpand
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Calicivirus-induced vesicular disease in cetaceans and probable interspecies transmission.
A calicivirus isolated from cetaceans is a new serotype designated cetacean calicivirus Tursiops-1 (CCV-Tur-1). It appears to have spread from an initially infected Atlantic bottlenose dolphin to aExpand
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Caliciviruses infecting monkeys and possibly man.
Caliciviruses have, for the 1st time, been shown experimentally to infect a primate. Twenty-four hours after being inoculated with San Miguel sea lion virus (SMSV), an African green monkey developedExpand
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Isolation of Primate Calicivirus Pan paniscus Type 1 from a Douc Langur (Pygathrix nemaeus L.)
Calicivinuses have been associated with an array of disease manifestations that are being identified increasingly in a number of animal species (Smith, 1983, U.S.D.A. Foreign Animal Disease ReportExpand
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Antisense treatment of caliciviridae: an emerging disease agent of animals and humans.
The Earth's oceans are the primary reservoir for an emerging family of RNA viruses, the Caliciviridae, which can cause a spectrum of diseases in marine animals, wildlife, farm animals, pets andExpand
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Isolation and characterization of a new Vesivirus from rabbits.
This report describes the isolation, cDNA cloning, complete genome nucleotide sequence, and partial characterization of a new cultivable calicivirus isolated from juvenile feeder European rabbitsExpand
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