Biomarker Expression Patterns in Bovine, Canine, Porcine and AvianDownload now
Canine Parvovirus (CPV) shares 98% homology with feline Panleucopenia virus (FPV). It enters cells by way of the transferrin receptor, leading to acute disease in dogs. In neonatal animals, mitotically active cells are affected, leading to myocarditis. In older dogs a systemic infection occurs that targets primary and secondary lymphoid tissues as well as small intestinal epithelium.
To detect CPV and FPV use our anti canine/feline parvovirus monoclonal antibody (clone CPV1-2A1, MCA2064), performance guaranteed to work in ELISA and on paraffin sections.
Canine Distemper virus (CDV) is a negatively stranded RNA morbillivirus. CDV infection induces a systemic, often fatal disease in a broad and expanding host spectrum among the Carnivora. It is highly contagious, and transmission occurs predominantly via aerosols, resulting in neuroinvasiveness and severe immunosuppression.
Mortality rates during Canine distemper virus outbreaks can exceed 80%.