Translations in context of “herpesvirus canino” in Spanish-English from Reverso Context: Eurican Herpes contiene pequeñas cantidades de antígenos del. Canine herpesvirus infection. Actualización sobre herpesvirus canino 1 (CHV- 1) HERPESVIRUS CANINO 1: AGENTE ETIOLÓGICO Y ENFERMEDAD. Demonstration of canine herpesvirus-specific hemagglutination. Article (PDF HERPESVIRUS CANINO 1: AGENTE ETIOLÓGICO Y ENFERMEDAD. Article.
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Translation of “herpesvirus canino” in English
At necropsy, all puppies had severe necrohemorrhagic disease, characterized by multifocal to aleatory petechia in liver and kidneys.
The Staden sequence analysis package. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine 4th ed. Spread of the disease is controlled by not breeding dogs known to have it. Virus-neutralization Thirteen serum samples collected from herpesbirus and bitches of different breeds at reproductive age from the kennel cases 1, 3 and 4 were submitted to a standard virus-neutralization VN.
The obtained gC sequences were then submitted to phylogenetic analysis using the Neighbor-Joining method with bootstrap replicates implemented by MEGA5. Detection of canine herpesvirus DNA in the ganglionic neurons and the lymph node lymphocytes of latently infected dogs.
Outbreaks of canid herpesvirus 1 disease in puppies in southern Brazil. We hope our report contribute for the understanding of CHV-1 biology and, most importantly, to call attention to and help veterinarians in recognizing such cases. Results and Discussion At necropsy, all puppies had severe necrohemorrhagic disease, characterized by multifocal to aleatory petechia in liver and kidneys.
Naturally-occurring neonatal canine herpesvirus infection. Virtually all suspected cases, however, remain without a definitive etiological virology, serology, molecular diagnosis.
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C, D Hematoxylin and eosin. Raised sores in the vagina or on the penis may be seen during these times. To building the phylogenetic tree, based on sequences of gC gene, it was used the Neighbor-Joining method with bootstrap replicates implemented by MEGA5. Varicelloviruses Animal virology Dog diseases.
The outcome and clinical manifestations of CHV-1 infection in dogs are associated with several risk factors, including age, breeding and kennel cough Ronsse et al.
At necropsy, the puppies presented necrohemorrhagic hepatitis, multifocal and moderate necrohemorrhagic nephritis and fibrinonecrotic interstitial pneumonia. In spite of the lack of published reports of CHV-1 infection and disease in Brazil – there are few exceptions such as Oliveira et al. Serological studies of various dog populations have revealed a seroprevalence of 40 to 93 canin. Phylogenetic tree based on the nucleotide sequences of glycoprotein C gene of Canid Herpesvirus 1.
A canibo puppy of a litter of French Bulldogs presented nasal discharge, abdominal pustules and neurological signs, characterized by ataxia and incoordination.
For this reason, differential diagnosis for canine distemper virus CDVan agent involved in neurologic disease in dogs was performed Tipold et al. The age of the puppies at the time of primary infection is determinant to the outcome of the disease and the clinical signs are usually more severe in neonates Decaro et al. Articles with ‘species’ microformats.
The virus would remain latently in the dogs of the kennel and would be periodically reactivated and transmitted. Canid alphaherpesvirus 1 EoL: The main epidemiological and clinical findings are described below: The bitch was seronegative to CHV-1 when introduced in the kennel, immediately before the pregnancy.
CHV also causes a necrotizing vasculitis that results in hemorrhage around the blood vessels. Hence, CHV-1 should be considered an important agent of disease and death in neonates and young dogs.
The obtained sequences were analyzed by the Staden package Staden and aligned using the BioEdit Sequence Alignment Editor Software suite, version 7. Like other types of herpesvirus, previously infected dogs can from time to time release the virus in vaginal secretions, penile secretions, and discharge from the nose. Canid herpesvirus 1; CHV-1; diagnosis; dogs; glycoproteins and pathological findings. It can also be contracted by drinking from a contaminated water bowl, or even just by sniffing or licking another dog that is shedding the virus.
Clinical data indicate the circulation of CHV-1 among Brazilian dogs yet definitive diagnosis has rarely been accomplished. It is also an infrequent cause of kennel cough. Experimental transplacental transmission of canine herpesvirus in pregnant bitches during the 2nd trimester of gestation. Viral isolation and molecular identification of canine herpesvirus 1.
Three events occurred in a kennel holding dogs of different breeds at reproductive age MarchOctober and April Clinic and pathological findings in dogs naturally infected with canine herpesvirus. Declaration of conflicting interests. Veterinary clinicians frequently describe clinical cases compatible with CHVinduced disease; but etiologic confirmation has been accomplished in rare occasions.
Neurological manifestations of canine-distemper virus-infection. Some later get neurologic disease and have symptoms like difficulty walking and blindness. Subsequently, serology confirmed the circulation of the virus in the affected kennel. Most adult dogs become infected by inhaling the virus via airborne particles spread by coughs or sneezes.
J Am Vet Med Assoc. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. Keeping the puppies warm is also important. Studies of using CHV as a viral vector for gene therapy in dogs and as a canini for recombinant vaccines are ongoing. In other projects Wikispecies.
Interestingly, a puppy from a French Bulldog litter Case 3 also presented neurological signs, which are rarely observed in puppies naturally infected with CHV Maternal antibodies apparently protect puppies from fatal CHV-1 infection even though the animals develop subclinical infection Decaro et al.