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1 July 1999 Serosurvey for Selected Virus Infections of Wild Carnivores in Taiwan and Vietnam
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Serum samples from two leopard cats (Felis bengalensis) and four Formosan gem-faced civets (Paguma larvata taivana) in Taiwan, September 1995, and nine leopard cats in Vietnam, August and December 1997, were examined for the prevalence of antibodies against feline parvovirus, feline herpesvirus type 1, feline calicivirus and feline immuno-deficiency virus. All civets and nine of 11 leopard cats were shown to have antibodies against feline parvovirus (FPV), and FPV's were isolated from mononuclear cells in the peripheral blood of the six leopard cats.

Ikeda, Miyazawa, Nakamura, Naito, Inoshima, Tung, Lee, Chen, Kuo, Lin, and Mikami: Serosurvey for Selected Virus Infections of Wild Carnivores in Taiwan and Vietnam
Yasuhiro Ikeda, Takayuki Miyazawa, Kazuya Nakamura, Risako Naito, Yasuo Inoshima, Kwong-Chung Tung, Wei-Ming Lee, Ming-Chu Chen, Tzong-Fu Kuo, James A. Lin, and Takeshi Mikami "Serosurvey for Selected Virus Infections of Wild Carnivores in Taiwan and Vietnam," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 35(3), 578-581, (1 July 1999). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-35.3.578
Received: 22 June 1998; Published: 1 July 1999
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