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FIPVFederación Internacional de Pelota Vasca (Spanish: International Federation of Basque Pelota)
FIPVFeline Infectious Peritonitis Virus
FIPVFamily and Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly (awareness publication)
FIPVFormaldehyde Inactivated Pertussis Vaccine
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Mutation of neutralizing/antibody-dependent enhancing epitope on spike protein and 7b gene of feline infectious peritonitis virus: influences of viral replication in monocytes/macrophages and virulence in cats.
Prevalence of alternative mutations in feline infectious peritonitis virus spike protein of cats with wet and dry forms of FIP * Pathologic Mutation form of FIP Wet Dry M1058L 71 46 S1060A 5 1 No mutation 3 3 Total 79 50 (a) Cats were diagnosed with the dry or wet form of FIP (feline infectious peritonitis) during postmortem examination by a veterinary pathologist.
Two related strains of feline infectious peritonitis virus isolated from immuno-compromised cats infected with a feline enteric coronavirus.
Antibody-dependent enhancement of feline infectious peritonitis virus infection in feline alveolar macrophages and human monocyte cell line U937 by serum of cats experimentally or naturally infected with feline coronavirus.
This may be particularly true for SARS-CoV vaccines since adverse effects have been reported for one animal coronavirus vaccine, feline infectious peritonitis virus (9).
Identification of antigenic sites mediating antibody-dependent enhancement of feline infectious peritonitis virus infectivity.
Most widely studied and of common occurrence are coronaviruses reported in chickens (infectious bronchitis virus), turkeys (turkey enteric coronaviruses), cats (feline infectious peritonitis virus and feline enteric coronavirus), dogs (canine enteric coronaviruses), swine (porcine hemagglutinating encephalomyelitis virus, porcine transmissible gastroenteritis virus, and porcine respiratory coronavirus), cattle (bovine enteric and respiratory coronaviruses), mice (Murine hepatitis virus), rats (sialodacyradenitis virus), rabbits (rabbit coronavirus), and humans (respiratory and enteric coronaviruses) (9).
In contrast, infection with feline infectious peritonitis virus, an animal coronavirus, results in newborn kittens' becoming immune carriers of the virus (8).
In designing research results obtained in studies on a congruent animal model, feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV) infections of kittens born to FIPV-immune queens should be considered.
However, such a phenomenon occurs naturally in infected kittens born to queens immune to feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV) (9-11).
Enhancement of feline infectious peritonitis virus type I infection in cell cultures using low-speed centrifugation.
A review of feline infectious peritonitis virus: molecular biology, immunopathogenesis, clinical aspects, and vaccination.
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