Serological Evidence for Multiple Strains of Canine Norovirus in the UK Dog Population

  title={Serological Evidence for Multiple Strains of Canine Norovirus in the UK Dog Population},
  author={Sarah L Caddy and Edward Emmott and Laila M R El-Attar and Judy A. Mitchell and Alexis de Rougemont and Joe Brownlie and Ian Goodfellow},
  booktitle={PloS one},
Noroviruses are associated with intestinal disease in humans, cows, pigs, mice, and, more recently, dogs. In 2007, the first canine norovirus (CNV) was identified and characterized in Italy. Subsequent studies have identified CNV in stools of dogs from Portugal, Greece, and the United States. To investigate the prevalence of CNV in the UK dog population, 228 canine stool samples were screened for CNV by qPCR, and 396 serum samples were screened for anti-CNV antibodies. qPCR of RNA extracted… CONTINUE READING


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