Dynamics of a morbillivirus at the domestic-wildlife interface: Canine distemper virus in domestic dogs and lions.

@article{Viana2015DynamicsOA,
  title={Dynamics of a morbillivirus at the domestic-wildlife interface: Canine distemper virus in domestic dogs and lions.},
  author={Mafalda Viana and Sarah Cleaveland and J. Matthiopoulos and Jo E B Halliday and Craig Packer and Meggan E Craft and Katie Hampson and Anna M Czupryna and Andrew P Dobson and Edward J Dubovi and Eblate M. Ernest and Robert D. Fyumagwa and Richard Hoare and J. Grant C. Hopcraft and D L Horton and Magai T. Kaare and Theo Kanellos and Felix Lankester and Christine Mentzel and Titus Mlengeya and Imam Mzimbiri and Emi Takahashi and Brian J. Willett and Daniel T. Haydon and Tiziana Lembo},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2015},
  volume={112 5},
  pages={1464-9}
}
Morbilliviruses cause many diseases of medical and veterinary importance, and although some (e.g., measles and rinderpest) have been controlled successfully, others, such as canine distemper virus (CDV), are a growing concern. A propensity for host-switching has resulted in CDV emergence in new species, including endangered wildlife, posing challenges for controlling disease in multispecies communities. CDV is typically associated with domestic dogs, but little is known about its maintenance… CONTINUE READING
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