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canine distemper in endangered ethiopian wolves.the ethiopian wolf (canis simensis) is the world's rarest canid; ≈500 wolves remain. the largest population is found within the bale mountains national park (bmnp) in southeastern ethiopia, where conservation efforts have demonstrated the negative effect of rabies virus on wolf populations. we describe previously unreported infections with canine distemper virus (cdv) among these wolves during 2005-2006 and 2010. death rates ranged from 43% to 68% in affected subpopulations and were higher for s ...201525898177
complete genomic sequence of canine distemper virus from an ethiopian wolf.canine distemper virus (cdv) has been implicated in population declines of wildlife, including many threatened species. here we present the full genome of cdv from an ethiopian wolf, canis simensis, the world's rarest and most endangered canid.201728729263
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