EVIDENCE OF TWO COCIRCULATING CANINE DISTEMPER VIRUS STRAINS IN MESOCARNIVORES FROM NORTHERN COLORADO, USA.

@article{Wostenberg2018EVIDENCEOT,
  title={EVIDENCE OF TWO COCIRCULATING CANINE DISTEMPER VIRUS STRAINS IN MESOCARNIVORES FROM NORTHERN COLORADO, USA.},
  author={Darren J Wostenberg and Nikki Walker and Karen A. Fox and Terry R Spraker and Antoinette J Piaggio and Amy Turmelle Gilbert},
  journal={Journal of wildlife diseases},
  year={2018},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={
          534-543
        }
}
Canine distemper virus (CDV) is a highly contagious pathogen that principally infects wildlife and domestic carnivores. Peridomestic species such as raccoons ( Procyon lotor) experience outbreaks with high mortality. Clinical signs of infection include anorexia, fever, respiratory infection, and neurologic complications. Although not zoonotic, CDV poses a high risk to unvaccinated domestic animals and the conservation of endangered species. During 2013-16, we opportunistically collected wild… CONTINUE READING
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