Marine Mammal Health: The Interrelationship of Autochthonous Viruses and Stress

@inproceedings{SilvermanMarineMH,
  title={Marine Mammal Health: The Interrelationship of Autochthonous Viruses and Stress},
  author={Robert J. Silverman}
}
A disease of caliciviral etiology was first described in swine in 1932. The vims was host specific and naturally infected only swine. Later, a calici virus of cats was discovered, and again, it was thought to be host specific. In 1972, caliciviruses were the first viruses to be isolated from pinnipeds (California sea lions [Zalophus californianus]). Shortly… CONTINUE READING