canine distemper

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a viral disease of young dogs characterized by high fever and respiratory inflammation

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In December 2016, the female wolf was found dead and tested positive for canine distemper virus (CDV) (Table); CDV was also detected in a dog carcass found concurrently in the vicinity of the wolf range.
Kits should first be vaccinated against canine distemper at 6-8 weeks of age (4-6 weeks of age if kits are from unvaccinated mothers).
RT-qPCR assays have been applied to detect and quantify canine distemper virus in clinical specimens of naturally infected dogs or to distinguish vaccine strains from wild strains, using two-step and real-time probes chemistry (ELIA et al.
Canine Distemper was confirmed with Scan Vet Distemper Virus Antigen Kit (a) with a swab sample collected from nasal discharge about four weeks before pup was presented with dysphagia.
He said: "We're about to go and dart a pride of lions, because they've got canine distemper.
Tests were conducted for toxoplasmosis, feline infectious peritonitis, feline leukemia, feline immunodeficiency virus, canine distemper, tularemia, plague, brucellosis, canine brucellosis, and vesicular stomatitis.
El utilizado para este estudio, fue la prueba ImmunoComb[R] Canine Distemper util para la respuesta de anticuerpos IgM despues de la vacunacion o frente a la infeccion por el virus del moquillo canino.
To be honest a bit of tummy trouble doesn't really worry me but I have been carried in cars so filthy that Ebola, malaria and almost certainly canine distemper probably lay waiting for the kill.
So conservationists went to the Supreme Court in 2007 arguing to move five lions from Gir, citing such dangers as an outbreak of canine distemper in Serengeti National Park in Tanzania in 1994, which killed 30 percent of its lions within weeks.
Measles is caused by a paramyxovirus (RNA family) closely related inter alia to the viruses causing canine distemper and rinderpest in cattle.
CHRIS CRONIN, whose Brentwood kennels were quarantined for ten days by the GBGB while tests for canine distemper were analysed, yesterday hit out at the way the situation was handled by the greyhound authorities and confirmed he is contemplating taking legal action over the matter, writes Jonathan Kay.
Across its range, high raccoon densities pose a threat to spread diseases such as rabies, canine distemper virus, and raccoon roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis) to humans and wildlife (Mankin et al.
It also can spread diseases such as canine distemper, which raccoons are susceptible to, from one population to another.
Canine distemper virus (CDV) causes canine distemper diseases in dogs and in other carnivores.
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