Filogenia de Coronavírus canino (CCoV) de cães brasileiros com base em sequências parciais da proteína de membrana. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Canine coronavirus (CCoV) in dogs vaccinated and unvaccinated domiciliated in Pelotas, RS, Brazil Coronavirus canino. Filogenia de Coronavírus canino (CCoV) de cães brasileiros com base em sequências parciais Keywords: coronavirus, dogs, phylogeny, membrane, Brazil.
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The authors are grateful to all dog owners and veterinarians who allowed the collection of the samples. Although Types I and II co-infection were not detected in the present study, this must be interpreted with caution as such information could only be confirmed or discarded by the use of type-specific conventional or real-time PCRs Pratelli et al.
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Although described as a worldwide distributed virus, there are no reports on molecular data of Brazilian strains of CCoV. Diagnosis is through detection of virus particles in the feces. It was discovered in in Germany during an outbreak in sentry dogs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The incubation period is one to three days. Phylogeny of canine coronavirus CCoV from brazilian dogs based on membrane protein partial sequences. Retrieved from ” https: Recent Advances in Canine Infectious Diseases.
Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference. This article reports the preliminary results of a survey on the occurrence of CCoV in Brazilian young dogs and the corojavirus of Types I and II of the virus based on partial sequencing of the membrane protein gene.
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Mean amino acids identities between Type II sub-lineages 01 and 02 were Recebido em 4 de fevereiro de Aceito em 1 de agosto de Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine 4th ed. Sampling was by convenience, without statistical methods, and the presence or absence of diarrhea was not taken into account at that moment. Dog diseases Alphacoronaviruses Animal virology. Canine coronavirus antigen in canine lung tissue.
Intestinal disease may be related to virus-induced apoptosis programmed cell death of cells of the epithelial mucosa of the small intestine. No mixed CCoV Types I and II and no geographic or chronological clustering in found amongst the 22 studied strains, what might mean that the CCoV detected lineages are continually perpetuated in Brazilian dogs.
Exclusive rooms were used for sample preparation and RNA extraction, reverse transcription and amplification reactions as well as for electrophoresis in order to avoid amplicon carry-over.
The viral envelope contains the membrane Mspike S and envelope E proteins, resulting in coronavigus virion of about nm in diameter Holmes and Lai, ; Masters, Twenty-two fecal samples were collected from dogs with ages ranging from 1 to 6 months, all of them non-vaccinated against CCoV.
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Coronavirus infection of the intestinal villi makes the cells more susceptible to parvovirus infection. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.