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[two genotypes of canine coronavirus simultaneously detected in the fecal samples of healthy foxes and raccoon dogs].61 fecal samples from healthy foxes and 24 from healthy raccoon dogs were examined by rt-nested pcr assays for the presence and genotypic identification of canine coronaviruses (ccvs). 77.0% fox samples were recognized as ccv positive, 43 of which belonged to type ii and 29 to type i, as well as both genotypes were simultaneously detected in 25 samples. out of the total 24 fecal samples from raccoon dogs, 22 were ccv positive for type ii and 16 for type i. m gene fragments of 8 samples were sequ ...200515989282
surveillance for antibodies against six canine viruses in wild raccoons (procyon lotor) in japan.raccoons (procyon lotor) are found worldwide. they are frequently seen in crowded inner cities as well as in forests or wooded areas, often living in proximity to humans and their pets. we examined sera from 100 wild raccoons in japan for antibodies to six canine viruses with veterinary significance to assess their potential as reservoirs. we also aimed to understand the distribution of potentially infected wildlife. we found that 7% of samples were seropositive for canine distemper virus (cdv), ...201728715293
detection of canine coronaviruses genotype i and ii in raised canidae animals in china.an rt-npcr assay was used for testing fecal samples of dogs, foxes, raccoon dogs and minks for the presence of canine coronavirus (ccv). the animals were raised in homes, dog schools or farms. seventy out of 81 healthy dog feces from three cities and 21 out of 48 diarrhea feces from pet dogs were positive for type ii ccv. from a total of 61 healthy fox feces, 43 were positive for type ii and 29 for type i ccv, out of which 25 were simultaneously positive for the two different genotypes. among 24 ...200616450706
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