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Res Vet Sci. 1977 Jul;23(1):7-14.

The clinical disease and patterns of excretion associated with three different strains of feline caliciviruses.


Three groups of cats were infected intranasally with three different feline calicivirus strains: A3, 68/40 and M8. Each strain produced a uniformly muld upper respiratory tract disease, with glossal ulceration being the most prominent clinical sign. Virus was most consistently isolated from the oro-pharyngeal region and, in non-euthanised animals, excretion continued long after clinical signs had disappeared. It is suggested that an asymptomatic phase of excretion may be a normal sequel to FCV infections.

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