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CDV

canine distemper virus.
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The phylogenetic clustering of wolf-derived CDV isolates with domestic dog-derived isolates from geographically distinct areas is not surprising.
During this same timeframe, with mounting evidence suggesting that CDV played a role, the IWS began a vaccination trial using an experimental CDV recombinant vaccine that utilized a canarypox virus as a vector (Timm et al.
Following Mus's understanding of the axial power of relics and Tambiah's classification of the world renouncer and world conqueror as two exemplary sources of power in Buddhist Southeast Asia, our authors astutely reveal deep and complex structures in the CDV, although admitting that these structures may not have been entirely intentional.
Because dogs produce so many puppies, which have no resistance to the disease, CDV survives well in dog populations.
The supernatant of ground liver samples also was positive for CDV by immunochromatographic analysis (BIT Rapid Color CDV cassette, Bioindist Co.
Ten days later, the scientists put all eight seals into a pool infested with cells from the spleen and lungs of seals that had died during the outbreak, a procedure that causes CDV symptons in dogs.
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prostration, altered behavior, and conjunctivitis), and CDV infection was confirmed by quantitative reverse transcription-PCR of pooled organs (3).
Further evidence implicating CDV comes from the similarity of the seal and canine symptoms: respiratory, gastrointestinal, skin and central nervous system ailments and secondary infections.
Phocine distemper virus 1 (PDV-1) and CDV represent two distinct but antigenetically and genetically related morbilliviruses (5).
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Phylogenetic analysis of the nucleotide sequences from the resulting PCR fragments demonstrated that the causative virus was most closely related to CDV (Figure 2A) and clustered with the sequences of CDV strains from domestic dogs (Canis familiaris), lions (Panthera leo), and bat-eared foxes (Otocyon megalotis) from East Africa in the 1990s (Figure 2B).