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Feline panleukopenia (FPL) (also known as feline distemper) is a contagious and fatal disease of both domesticated and wild felids. The disease is caused by Feline panleukopenia virus (FPLV) of the family parvo viridae. This virus is closely related to the canine parvo virus (CPV), mink enteritis virus (MEV) and raccoon parvo virus and only show <2 % their… (More)
Calodium hepaticum infection is rarely reported in carnivores. We describe two cases of C. hepaticum infection, causing liver lesions, in wild jungle cats ( Felis chaus ) in Sri Lanka.
Arginine kinase (AK) is a member of the phosphagen kinase family. AK plays a major role in cellular energy metabolism in invertebrates including nematodes. In the present study, we performed the direct immunofluorescence test to determine the immunolocalization of AK in different stages of the life cycle (eggs, larvae, and adult worms) of Toxocara canis,… (More)