Feline calcivirus infection, Biology

Feline calcivirus infection

This disease is caused by a virus under the family Caliciviridae. Its symptoms  include rhinitis, tracheitis and pneumonia. The animals are lethargic, anorexic and exhibit stiff gait. Direct electron microscopy is a convenient method for disease detection. Attenuated and inactivated vaccines are widely used for controlling the disease.

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