molecular detection of canine parvovirus in flies (diptera) at open and closed canine facilities in the eastern united states.more than thirty years have passed since canine parvovirus (cpv) emerged as a significant pathogen and it continues to pose a severe threat to world canine populations. published information suggests that flies (diptera) may play a role in spreading this virus; however, they have not been studied extensively and the degree of their involvement is not known. this investigation was directed toward evaluating the vector capacity of such flies and determining their potential role in the transmission ...201424679715
serologic investigations of canine parvovirus and canine distemper in relation to wolf (canis lupus) pup mortalities.twenty-one serum samples from 18 wolves (canis lupus) were collected from 1985 to 1990 from northwestern montana (usa) and southeastern british columbia, canada, and evaluated for antibodies to canine parvovirus (cpv), canine distemper (cd), infectious canine hepatitis, and lyme disease; we found prevalences of 13 (65%) of 19, five (29%) of 17, seven (36%) of 19, and 0 of 20 wolves for these diseases, respectively. pups died or disappeared in three of the eight packs studied. in these three pack ...19948028116
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