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Results for Query ‹ Canine influenza screening

Detection of selected viral pathogens in dogs with canine infectious respiratory disease in Austria – Serologic examination

Detection of selected viral pathogens in dogs with canine infectious respiratory disease in Austria – Statistical analysis

An H5N1-based matrix protein 2 ectodomain tetrameric peptide vaccine provides cross-protection against lethal infection with H7N9 influenza virus – Statistical analysis

Full-Genome Analysis of a Canine Pneumovirus Causing Acute Respiratory Disease in Dogs, Italy – Canine Pneumovirus Detection and Quantification

Full-Genome Analysis of a Canine Pneumovirus Causing Acute Respiratory Disease in Dogs, Italy – Virus Isolation Attempts

Emergence and Evolution of Novel Reassortant Influenza A Viruses in Canines in Southern China – CIV isolation and sequencing.

Development and application of multiplex PCR assays for detection of – RESULTS

Adenovirus 2, Bordetella bronchiseptica, and Parainfluenza Molecular Diagnostic Assay Results in Puppies After vaccination with Modified Live Vaccines – Abbreviations

2016 ACVIM Forum Research Abstract Program – Does a Diva Test Exist for Differentiating FIV Infection From FIV Vaccination?

A Mini Review of the Zoonotic Threat Potential of Influenza Viruses, Coronaviruses, Adenoviruses, and Enteroviruses – Introduction and Epidemiology

A Mini Review of the Zoonotic Threat Potential of Influenza Viruses, Coronaviruses, Adenoviruses, and Enteroviruses – Rhinoviruses

Emergence and Evolution of Novel Reassortant Influenza A Viruses in Canines in Southern China – Amino acid analysis.

An H5N1-based matrix protein 2 ectodomain tetrameric peptide vaccine provides cross-protection against lethal infection with H7N9 influenza virus – Enzyme-linked immunosorbant assay (ELISA)

Multiplex PCR methods for detection of several viruses associated with canine respiratory and enteric diseases – Discussion

2016 ACVIM Forum Research Abstract Program – Demonstration of Protection Against Canine Influenza Virus H3N2 Infection Following Vaccination With Inactivated CIV H3N2

Multiplex PCR methods for detection of several viruses associated with canine respiratory and enteric diseases – Reproducibility of mPCR methods

Cross-sectional investigation and risk factor analysis of community-acquired and hospital-associated canine viral infectious respiratory disease complex – Statistical analysis

The Evolutionary Processes of Canine Coronaviruses – 6. New Advances in Diagnosis

Cross-sectional investigation and risk factor analysis of community-acquired and hospital-associated canine viral infectious respiratory disease complex – Study population

Development and application of multiplex PCR assays for detection of – DISCUSSION

Monoclonal antibody specific to HA2 glycopeptide protects mice from H3N2 influenza virus infection – Cross-protection by H3-specific mAb

Chapparvovirus DNA Found in 4% of Dogs with Diarrhea – 4. Discussion

Chapparvovirus DNA Found in 4% of Dogs with Diarrhea – 3. Results

The Feasibility of Canine Rabies Elimination in Africa: Dispelling Doubts with Data – A lack of surveillance and diagnostic capacity for rabies detection

Monoclonal antibody specific to HA2 glycopeptide protects mice from H3N2 influenza virus infection – Statistical analysis