In vitro host range of feline morbillivirus

@article{Sakaguchi2015InVH,
  title={In vitro host range of feline morbillivirus},
  author={Shoichi Sakaguchi and Rie Koide and Takayuki Miyazawa},
  journal={The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={1485 - 1487}
}
Feline morbillivirus (FmoPV) is an emerging virus in cats, which is associated with tubulointerstitial nephritis. To study the in vitro host range of FmoPV, we inoculated FmoPV strain SS1 to 32 cell lines originated from 13 species and cultured for 2 weeks, followed by RNA extraction and reverse-transcription-polymerase chain reaction for FmoPV detection. As a result, only cell lines derived from cats and African green monkeys were susceptible to FmoPV. FmoPV infects diverse feline cell lines… Expand
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