Typing of feline calicivirus isolates from different clinical groups by virus neutralisation tests.

@article{Dawson1993TypingOF,
  title={Typing of feline calicivirus isolates from different clinical groups by virus neutralisation tests.},
  author={Susan Dawson and F Mcardle and M. Bennett and Michael J. Carter and I P Milton and Philip C Turner and J D Meanger and Rosalind M. Gaskell},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={1993},
  volume={133 1},
  pages={13-7}
}
One hundred and thirteen isolates of feline calicivirus originating from seven different clinical groups were typed by virus neutralisation tests using eight different cat antisera. The clinical groups comprised 'healthy' cats, cases of acute oral/respiratory disease, chronic stomatitis, acute febrile lameness syndrome, vaccine reactions (clinical disease seen within 21 days of vaccination) and vaccine breakdowns (clinical disease seen more than 21 days after but within one year of vaccination… CONTINUE READING

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