Pathological study of snyder hill strain in acute canine distemper virus infection in transgenic mice bearing dog signaling lymphocytic activation molecule (DogSlam)

Canine Distemper Virus (CDV), member of Genus Morbilivirus, caused canine distemper disease, the most important viral disease of dogs with high mortality rate. The objective of this study was to verify acute canine distemper virus, Snyder Hill strain, infection in transgenic mice bearing DogSLAM (canine signaling lymphocyte activation molecule, CD150), as a susceptible host for the pathological study of canine distemper in vivo. F1 Transgenic mice, positive of DogSLAM tag receptor, 3 and 12 weeks...
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