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FCVForced Vital Capacity (spirometry)
FCVFlow Control Valve
FCVFuel Cell Vehicle
FCVFeline Calicivirus
FCVFootball Club Vendenheim (French football club)
FCVFuel Cell Electric Vehicle
FCVFull Cash Value
FCVFall Creek Valley (Indianapolis, IN)
FCVFuel Control Valve
FCVFootball Club Vézézoux (French football club)
FCVFrottis Cervico-Vaginal (French: Vaginal-Cervical Smear)
FCVFormation Continue Vétérinaire (French: Veterinary Continuing Education)
FCVForward Command Vehicle
FCVFédération des Communes Valaisannes (French: Federation of Municipalities of Valais; Switzerland)
FCVFootball Club Villefranchois (French football club)
FCVFull Contract Value
FCVFutsal Côte Vermeille (French club)
FCVFugro Core Vehicle (Fugro Subsea Services Ltd.)
FCVForest City Velodrome (Waterloo, ON, Canada)
FCVFormation Chez Vous (French: Training at Home)
FCVFalse Creek Ventures Ltd (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
FCVField Contact Voltage
FCVFlat Channel Vector
FCVFull Cost Visibility
FCVFailure Count - VT1 (Telabs)
FCVFellow of the College of Violinists
FCVFootbal Club Vaduz (Vaduz, Liechtenstein)
FCVFree Call Value (cellular service)
FCVFootball Club Villargondran (French football club; Villargondran, France)
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Vinjo, "Surrogates for the study, of norovirus stability and inactivation in the environment: a comparison of murine norovirus and feline calicivirus," Journal of Food Protection, vol.
Wheeler, "Characterization of a highly virulent feline calicivirus and attenuation of this virus," Virus Research, vol.
Efficacy of three ethanol-based hand rubs against feline calicivirus, a surrogate virus for norovirus.
The feline calicivirus as a sample process control for the detection of food and waterborne RNA viruses.
Inactivation of feline calicivirus, a Norwalk virus surrogate.
Feline calicivirus is primarily a respiratory pathogen, but some cats only show sores in their mouths
PCR testing (Feline URD Panel; Idexx Laboratories, Westbrook, ME, USA) of a BAL sample showed negative results for Chlamydophila felis, feline calicivirus, feline herpesvirus-1, Bordetella bronchiseptica, and Mycoplasma felis.
All cats should be up to date on vaccines for rabies, feline panleukopenia, feline herpesvirus and feline calicivirus, Dr.
Feline calicivirus, a member of the genus Vesivirus, causes respiratory disease in cats.
It may come as a surprise to learn that nearly one-third of cats experience signs of an active infection of flu-like feline calicivirus (FCV).
The virus was antigenically unrelated to feline calicivirus, and antibodies against the virus were identified in 76% of the canine serum specimens collected (4).
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