Comparison between acute oral/respiratory and chronic stomatitis/gingivitis isolates of feline calicivirus: pathogenicity, antigenic profile and cross-neutralisation studies

@article{Poulet2000ComparisonBA,
  title={Comparison between acute oral/respiratory and chronic stomatitis/gingivitis isolates of feline calicivirus: pathogenicity, antigenic profile and cross-neutralisation studies},
  author={H. Poulet and Sylvie Brunet and Maryvonne Soulier and Vincent Leroy and Sylvain Goutebroze and Gilles Chappuis},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2000},
  volume={145},
  pages={243-261}
}
 Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a major oral and respiratory pathogen of cats, able to induce subclinical infection as well as acute disease. It is also characterized by a high degree of antigenic variation. This work sought to address the question of the existence of distinct biotypes of FCV. Eight French, 6 British and 9 American FCV isolates, responsible for acute oral/respiratory disease or chronic gingivitis/stomatitis, were compared for their pathogenicity, antigenic profiles and serological… CONTINUE READING

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