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fe·line

(fē'līn),
Pertaining or relating to cats.
[L. felis, cat]
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feline

(fē′līn) [L. feles, cat]
Concerning cats.
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Patient discussion about feline

Q. Any one used or know anything about cats claw? What you think about this site ? http://cats-claw.blogspot.com/

A. There's some info here:
http://www.cncahealth.com/health-notes.htm?org=cnca&ContentID=2064008

To your health...

Q. Can it be that I stopped being allergic to cats? is it a miracle? I was allergic to cats in my childhood, and yesterday a friend cat jumped on me and nothing happened.

A. NO,IF NOTHING HAPPENED

Q. i LOVE cats! but whenever I get near them I start sneezing like crazy Is there something I can take that will prevent this allergic reaction? cause I'm just dying to get a fluffy little kitty...

A. i know a guy who's going through an anti-allergy treatment (for the last year and a half). he is going every month or so and get a shot. i think this is the treatment:
http://www.mayoclinic.com/print/allergy-shots/AA00017/METHOD=print

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Parker, "Molecular virology of feline calicivirus," Veterinary Clinics of North America, vol.
Genetic and phylogenetic analyses of capsid protein gene in feline calicivirus isolates from Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil.
This is a rendering of the surface of a feline calicivirus using a procedure called atomic resolution.
Symptoms are generally mild in most cases of feline calicivirus infection:
Surrogates for the study of norovirus stability and inactivation in the environment: A comparison of murine norovirus and feline calicivirus. J Food Prot.
The major route of feline calicivirus transmission is via the air, but the virus also survives on surfaces, living in moist, dark environments.
African lions (Panthera leo) are susceptible to viral diseases of domestic carnivores, including feline calicivirus infection.
Cats who become severely ill with feline calicivirus are often concentrated together in shelters.
To screen for additional infections that might influence the health and immune status of the cats, we obtained 64 additional pharyngeal swabs on day 29 from cats with upper respiratory symptoms and tested them for nucleic acids specific for feline herpesvirus 1 (FHV-1)--and feline calicivirus (FCV).
Viral infections such as feline calicivirus and feline herpesvirus and bacterial infections such as Chlamydia (not to be confused with the sexually transmitted disease!) can cause symptoms, including discharge from the eyes and/or nose.
The family Caliciviridae contains 4 genera, Sapovirus, Norovirus, Lagovirus, and Vesivirus, which include sapovirus (SaV), norovirus (NOV), rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus, and feline calicivirus strains, respectively.
This vaccine can protect cats or kittens against three serious conditions: feline viral rhinotracheitis, feline calicivirus infection and panleukopenia.

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