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Volume 8, Number 4—April 2002

Perspective

Feline Host Range of Canine parvovirus: Recent Emergence of New Antigenic Types in Cats

Yasuhiro Ikeda*†Comments to Author , Kazuya Nakamura†, Takayuki Miyazawa†, Yukinobu Tohya†, Eiji Takahashi†, and Masami Mochizuki‡
Author affiliations: *University College London, London, United Kingdom; †University of Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan; ‡Kyoritsu Shoji Corporation, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan;

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Figure 1

Antigenic profile of feline parvoviruses, including Canine parvovirus 2c (CPV-2c) types. Subtype-specific monoclonal antibodies are used to type the viruses in a hemagglutinin-inhibition test (HI). Mink enteritis virus (MEV-3) shows similar patterns to MEV-2  (2). FPLV = Feline panleukopenia virus; BFPV = blue fox parvovirus.

Figure 1. Antigenic profile of feline parvoviruses, including Canine parvovirus 2c (CPV-2c) types. Subtype-specific monoclonal antibodies are used to type the viruses in a hemagglutinin-inhibition test (HI). Mink enteritis virus (MEV-3) shows similar patterns to MEV-2 (2). FPLV = Feline panleukopenia virus; BFPV = blue fox parvovirus.

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