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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Canine herpesvirus is an alphaherpesvirus of dogs and there is only one serotype. The virus has been isolated in numerous countries and recent studies in Europe suggest it to be enzootic in the dog population.
It is an etiological agent involved in vesicular genital lesions and reproductive disorders such as embryonic resorption, abortion and perinatal mortal- ity. The virus is furthermore associated with respiratory disease kennel cough syndrome. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed. Share This Paper.
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HERPESVIRUS CANINO 1: AGENTE ETIOLÓGICO Y ENFERMEDAD
Outbreaks of canid herpesvirus 1 disease in puppies in southern Brazil. Juliana F. Cargnelutti 1. Eduardo K. Masuda 2. Mariana G.
Canine Adenoviruses and Herpesvirus
E-mail: canavarr uchile. This work reports the detection of canine herpesvirus type 1 CHV-1 in Chile, confirming the strong clinical suspicion of its existence. A viral isolate, RP5, was obtained from diagnosed clinical cases such as hemorrhagic diseases of puppies. This viral isolate was inoculated in cell monolayers and produced the typical cytopathic effect of members of the Alphaherpesvirinae subfamily, Herpesviridae family: cellular lysis in a short period of time.
Canid alphaherpesvirus 1 CaHV-1 , formerly Canine herpesvirus CHV , is a virus of the family Herpesviridae which most importantly causes a fatal hemorrhagic disease in puppies and in wild Canidae less than two to three weeks old. The incubation period of CHV is six to ten days. Low body temperature allows the virus to spread and infect the rest of the body. CHV also causes a necrotizing vasculitis that results in hemorrhage around the blood vessels.