Aleutian Mink Disease


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A chronic fatal parvoviral infection of minks, which causes a polyclonal expansion of B lymphocytes, and affects minks that are homozygous for the Aleutian blue mink gene
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Mink that tested positive for this new variant were from herds that had mink enteritis virus, hepatic lipidosis, Aleutian mink disease virus, and catarrhal enteritis, all factors that could explain the clinical and pathologic findings of the mink infected with HEV (15).
Aleutian mink disease parvovirus in wild riparian carnivores in Spain.
Persistent viral shedding during asymptomatic Aleutian mink disease parvoviral infection in a ferret.
Emerging concepts in the pathogenesis of Aleutian mink disease: identification of the sites of viral replication and analysis of two types of renal lesions.