Coronavirus Infection in Ferrets: Antigen Distribution and Inflammatory Response.

@article{DoriaTorra2016CoronavirusII,
  title={Coronavirus Infection in Ferrets: Antigen Distribution and Inflammatory Response.},
  author={Georgina Doria-Torra and Beatriz Vida{\~n}a and Antonio Ramis and Shyrley Paola Amarilla and Jorge Mart{\'i}nez},
  journal={Veterinary pathology},
  year={2016},
  volume={53 6},
  pages={
          1180-1186
        }
}
Multisystemic granulomatous lesions are the most common finding in ferrets infected by ferret systemic coronavirus (FRSCV). To characterize the inflammatory response developed against this virus, lesions from 4 naturally infected ferrets were examined. Lesions were classified into the 4 known types of granulomas (granulomas without necrosis [G], granulomas with necrosis [G-N], granulomas with neutrophils [G-NL], and diffuse granulomatous inflammation [DG]). The cellular composition of the… CONTINUE READING
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