Natural Borna disease virus infection in cats in the United Kingdom.

@article{Reeves1998NaturalBD,
  title={Natural Borna disease virus infection in cats in the United Kingdom.},
  author={Natalie A Reeves and C. Richard G. Helps and Dani{\`e}lle A. Gunn-Moore and Cheryl A Blundell and Phyllis Finnemore and Geoffrey Robert Pearson and David A Harbour},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={1998},
  volume={143 19},
  pages={523-6}
}
Borna disease virus (BDV) is a novel RNA virus that has only recently been characterised and classified in a new virus family, Bornaviridae. The virus was detected in buffy coat cells from four of five cats with neurological disease and in the brains of five of 15 cats with nervous signs and of one of three cats with non-neurological disease. In a serosurvey of 111 cats the incidence of antibody to BDV in cats with neurological disease was higher than in cats with other types of disease… CONTINUE READING