Parvovirus

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    Canine Parvovirus Bleach is the new holy water according to Susan C. Kahler. The canine parvovirus is a highly contagious diseases in canines, and it can be easily killed with bleach. The virus was found fairly recently, it has a long process to get an animal sick, and it has a few symptoms with effective cures. The canine parvovirus was found not too long ago, and it has a unique structure. The virus was originally found in Europe in 1976, and then spread it undetected worldwide by 1978 causing. It is suspected that it came from a mutation of two amino acids of the feline panleukopenia virus. Also, the canine parvovirus closely resembled the human parvovirus. Because it spread worldwide, it caused an epidemic. That epidemic and the frequent outbreaks that happen are both easily controlled by the treatments of the virus. The virus has two important structures which are, an icosahedral shape, and single stranded DNA that is covered by a viral capsid instead of a viral envelope that allows is to enter it a cell through endocytosis. The Canine parvovirus starts infecting a canine after entering cells through endocytosis, goes through the normal viral life cycle, and then it leaves its host cell by budding. The virus’s host cell can be in the small intestines, lymph nodes, and bone marrow. During its incubation period of three to seven days, it attacks the canine’s tonsils or lymph nodes first so it can attract lymphocytes which are a type of white blood cells. Then,…

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    Parvovirus

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    Parvovirus is a SS DNA virus, as stated in question it’s genome is either + or – strand. Their genome is linear, non segmented, and single- stranded DNA of about 5 KB. Most of the strand packaged into virions are – strand, but some parvoviruses package equal amounts of (+) and (-) strand. Parvovirus can’t become latent, since they are ssDNA and will be destroyed. All parvoviruses require receptor-mediated endocytosis for cell infection. Their host is Mammals including humans, parvovirus has all…

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    Cats now have a treatment for Feline Leukemia (Pro-Test). Breakthrough’s to profit the life of animals though animal testing has in return made for overall healthier house pets. It 's obvious that animal research doles all living species and that we are all able to live longer, healthier, happier lives because of it (Pro-Test). An example of animal testing benefiting animals is, “In 1978, there was a sudden, worldwide outbreak of a virus among dogs which caused vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration…

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    Canine parvovirus (CPV) enteritis is a common cause of acute, severe gastroenteritis in young dogs. Dogs at greatest risk are less than 6 months of age and either unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated for canine parvovirus. Dogs vaccinated with over-the-counter vaccines also appear to have a higher incidence of parvovirus likely due to ineffective vaccine or improper use. Early clinical signs of parvovirus enteritis include anorexia, lethargy, diarrhea and vomiting. Parvovirus enteritis has…

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    A disease for canines is Parvovirus, which is an oral, contagious disease of canines that strikes at the body’s reproducing cells. The blood carries the disease to the digestive tract where it sheds the virus in the feces. Canines at any age can contract this disease, especially unvaccinated adults or puppies. The infection can be transmitted between canines, or on any object that comes in contact with infected canine’s feces. In any area where the canine sleeps, eats, or plays can be an…

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    Parvovirus Research Paper

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    becomes exposed upon entry of the endosome allowing phospholipase A2 to be synthesized and the virus to enter the cytoplasm (7). The next step in host cell infection is for the virus to enter the nucleus. In order for FPV to replicate inside the host cell, it must first gain access to the nucleus, which is guarded by the nuclear envelope. Evidence suggests that the virus enters the nucleus with its capsid protein still intact, so there must be a viral mechanism that breaks down the nuclear…

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    and a history of contact with an infected individual is often absent or unreliable (Hay, Levin, Deterding, & Abzug, 2014). It is transmitted via respiratory droplets, most commonly seen in the late winter or early spring months. Most of the cases occur in children between five to fifteen years old, which is school age, so it can be hard to really know how the child contracted the virus. Males and females are infected equally by the erythema infectiosum, and the infection is usually a…

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    This disease almost happens around the world. However, if your swine is tested positive it is most likely that your herd has unless it is a big herd like over 100. If your herd is over 100 then it is most likely that the disease has died out. In piglets you really can’t tell if they have the disease or you usually have to wait till they are sows (pig after the first litter). The sow has a couple of symptoms but even then it is usually really hard to tell if the pig has Parvovirus disease but…

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    Introduction Erythema infectiousum is a common viral exanthem illness found in children. It is also known as “fifth disease” as it is one of the six most common viral rash illness found in children. The infection can also affect adults, however less commonly. This febrile illness typically affects children, age range 5-15 years old. Although less common the viral illness can also affect adults. Route of transmission is primarily via droplets from respiratory secretions and can spread via…

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    between 50-150ug/dL and total iron binding capacity between 250-450 ug/dL [5]. The serum study was showing that the woman had high levels of iron, yet had symptoms of anemia. The young woman did not take iron supplements or consume iron-rich foods. Researchers found suspicious black and blue particles that were first thought to be signs of a melanoma. Doctors performed a secondary test that resulted in the discovery of an acute parvovirus B19 infection. Researchers concluded that the young…

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