Efficacy of an inactivated feline panleucopenia virus vaccine against a canine parvovirus isolated from a domestic cat

@article{Gamoh2005EfficacyOA,
  title={Efficacy of an inactivated feline panleucopenia virus vaccine against a canine parvovirus isolated from a domestic cat},
  author={Koichiro Gamoh and Megumi Senda and Yoshimitu Inoue and Osamu Itoh},
  journal={Veterinary Record},
  year={2005},
  volume={157},
  pages={285 - 287}
}
Canine parvovirus type 2a (CPV-2a) and type 2b (CPV-2b) have recently been isolated from cats throughout the world, and CPV-2b strain FP84 has been reported to be virulent in domestic cats. Although live feline panleucopenia virus (FPLV) vaccines protect domestic cats from CPV infection, the efficacy of inactivated FPLV vaccines has not been established. In this study, two domestic cats were vaccinated with a commercial inactivated FPLV vaccine and challenged with CPV-2b strain FP84 isolated… Expand
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