FIV


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AcronymDefinition
FIVFeline Immunodeficiency Virus
FIVFive
FIVFecondation in Vitro (French: In Vitro Fertilization)
FIVFlow-Induced Vibration
FIVFédération Internationale du Vieillissement (International Federation on Ageing)
FIVFormation Isolation Valve
FIVFuel Isolation Valve
FIVFIV Racing Championship
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A vet can diagnose FIV based on history, clinical signs and a blood test which detects antibodies to FIV and other tests.
En Costa Rica se realizo la FIV desde 1995 hasta que la Sala Constitucional la prohibio en el 2000.
Cats who go outside are at an increased risk of FIV infection because they are more likely to fight with FIV-infected cats.
The FIV tests did not yield any positive results neither with serological tests nor with PCR of blood and oral swabs.
Dr Venia Lazaridou, who examined the cat, said whoever adopts the him would have to be someone who does not already own any pets because FIV can spread.
By their calculations, haplotype V is at least 60,000 years old, which means the ancestors of domestic cats had already encountered a primitive version of FIV long before cats were domesticated about 10,000 years ago.
Estudio de cohorte retrospectivo donde se incluyeron parejas a las cuales se les realizo tratamiento con FIV o INVO en el Centro Colombiano de Fertilidad y Esterilidad (Cecolfes) entre enero-diciembre del 2010.
FIV is a lentivirus that affects domesticated cats and is the cause of feline AIDS.
The macaque restriction factor blocks FIV by attacking and disabling the virus's outer shield as it tries to invade a cell.
La FIV, posee numerosas aplicaciones en el ambito de la produccion animal, preservacion de especies en vias de extincion y supone un sistema modelo para el estudio de interacciones celulares y moleculares de la fecundacion de los mamiferos (Wassarman, 1994 y 1995; Berger, 1996; Guasch et al, 2005).
La duracion ideal de la MIV para lograr tasas optimas de FIV es aun un parametro en discusion (27), Hinrichs et al.