Morbillivirus

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Mor·bil·li·vi·rus

(mōr-bil'i-vī'rŭs),
A genus in the family Paramyxoviridae, including measles, canine distemper, and bovine rinderpest viruses.

morbillivirus

(môr-bĭl′ĭ-vī′rəs)
n.
Any of a genus of paramyxoviruses, including the causal agents of measles and rinderpest, that infect humans and other vertebrates.

Morbillivirus

A genus of viruses of the Paramyxoviridae family, including canine distemper virus, rinderpest virus, measles virus and equine morbillivirus, the last of which may rarely infect humans.

Mor·bil·li·vi·rus

(mōr-bil'i-vī'rŭs)
A genus in the family Paramyxoviridae, including measles, canine distemper, and bovine rinderpest viruses.
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The other 4 examined whales showed no evidence of morbillivirus infection. The range of DMV-susceptible host species has progressively expanded (5), as highlighted by the recent report of DMV infection in a captive common seal (Phoca vitulina) during the 2011 outbreak (14).
Morbillivirus infection in cetaceans stranded along the Italian coastline: pathological, immunohistochemical and biomolecular findings.
This may explain the coexistence of two mechanisms occurring during acute Morbillivirus infections. Thus after initial immune suppression the host develops a strong lifelong immunity against reinfection.
Postmortem diagnosis of morbillivirus infection in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico epizootics by polymerase chain reaction-based assay.
Dolphin morbillivirus infection in different parts of the Mediterranean Sea.
Her research activities include a health status monitoring program in seals and cetaceans from the German North and Baltic Sea and cetaceans from the Black Sea with special emphasis on morbillivirus infections.
In: Proceedings of International Symposium on Morbillivirus infections. 12-13 June 1994, Hannover Veterinary School, Germany.
Together with antigenic and genomic evidence, our findings indicate that morbillivirus infection is extant in Guiana dolphins in the waters off Brazil.
We describe a systemic morbillivirus infection in a bottlenose dolphin in the Canary Islands.
Lesions characteristic of morbillivirus infection were found in tissue specimens from dead seals.
(15) speculated that pilot whales may serve as vectors of morbillivirus infection to other odontocete cetaceans.