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015. References:


This article is from the Feline Infectious Peritonitis FAQ, posted to rec.pets.cats newsgroup. Maintained by Erin Miller with numerous contributions by others.

015. References:

* Polli, Leigh. "Highlights from The Winn Feline Foundation International FIP/FECV Workshop." Cat Fanciers Almanac, 11(8), December 1994.

* Richards, James R. DVM. "Management of Coronavirus Infections in Catteries and Multicat Households." Comprehensive Seminar for Cat Breeders Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions.

* Siegal, Mordecai (ed.) Cornell Book of Cats: Comprehensive Medical Reference for Every Cat and Kitten. New York: Villard Books, 1991.

Additional Readings:

* Addie, D.D. and Jarret, O. "A Study of Naturally Occuring Feline Coronavirus Infections in Kittens." Vet Record Feb. 15, 1992.

* Barlough, J. E. and Stoddart, C.A. "Feline Infections Peritonitis." Cornell Feline Health Center Information Bulletin 6, 8/84.

* Olsen, C, and Scott, F.W. "Feline Peritonitis Vaccination - Past and Present." Feline Health Record Topics for Veterinarians 6(20), Spring 1991.

* Scott, F.W., Corapi, W.V., and Olsen, C.W. "Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of Primucell FIP Vaccine." Perspectives on Cats, Fall 1992

* Richards, J.R. "FIP: The Challenge Continues." Cat Fancy 36(5): May 1993. Papers in Feline Practice Volume 23, Number 3. May/June 1995

* Addie D.D., Jarett O. Control of Feline Coronavirus Infections in Breeding Catteries by Serotesting, Isolation, and Early Weaning. Feline Practice 23(3), 92-95, 1995.

* Addie D.D., Toth S., Murray G.D., Jarett O. The Risk of Typical and Antibody Ehhanced Feline Infectious Peritonitis Among Cats From Feline Coronavirus Endemic Households. Feline Practice 23(3), 24-26, 1995.

* Fehr D., Holznagel L., Bolla S., Lutz H., Hauser B., Herrewegh A.A.P.M., Horzinek M.C. Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of a Modified Live FIPV Vaccine Under Field Conditions. Feline Practice 23(3), 83-88, 1995.

* Gerber J.D. Overview of the Development of a Modified Live Temperature- Sensitive FIP Virus Vaccine. Feline Practice 23(3), 62-66, 1995.

* Herrewegh A.A.P.M., Egberink H.F., Horzinek M.C., Rottier P.J.M., de Groot R.J. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) for the Diagnosis of Naturally Occurring Feline Coronavirus Infections. Feline Practice 23(3), 56-60, 1995.

* Hickman A., Morris J.G., Rogers Q.R., Pedersen N.C. Eliniation of Feline Coronavirus Infection From a Large Experimental Specific Pathogen-Free Cat Breeding Colony by Serologic Testing and Isolation. Feline Practice 23(3), 96-102, 1995.

* Horzinek M.C., Herrewegh A., de Groot R.J. Persepectives on Feline Coronavirus Evolution. Feline Practice 23(3), 34-39, 1995.

* Hoskins J.D., Taylor H.W., Lomax T.L. Independent Evaluation of a Modified Live Feline Infectious Peritonitis Vaccine Under Experimental Conditions (Louisiana Experience). Feline Practice 23(3), 72-73, 1995.

* Hoskins J.D., Henk W.G., Storz J., Kearney M.T. The Potential Use of a Modified Live FIPV Vaccine to Prevent Experimental FECV Infection. Feline Practice 23(3), 89-90, 1995.

* Kass P.H., Dent T. The Epidemiology of Feline Infectious Peritonitis in Catteries. Feline Practice 23(3), 27-32, 1995.

* McArdle F., Tennant B., Bennett M., Kelly D.F., Gaskell C.J., Gaskell R.M. Independent Evaluation of a Modified Live FIPV Vaccine Under Experimental Conditions (University of Liverpool Experience) Feline Practice 23(3), 67-71, 1995.

* Pedersen N.C. An Overview of Feline Enteric Coronavirus and Infectious Peritonitis Virus Infections. Feline Practice 23(3), 7-20, 1995.

* Pedersen N.C. The History and Interpretation of Feline Coronavirus Serology. Feline Practice 23(3), 46-51, 1995.

* Pedersen N.C., Addie D., Wolf A. Recommendations From Working Groups of the International Feline Enteric Coronavirus and Feline Infectious Peritonitis Workshop. Feline Practice 23(3), 108-111, 1995.

* Postorino Reeves N. Vaccination Against Naturally Occurring FIP in a Single Large Cat Shelter. Feline Practice 23(3), 81-82, 1995.

* Richards J.R. Problems in the Interpretation of Feline Coronavirus Serology (Specificity vs. Sensitivity of Test Procedures). Feline Practice 23(3), 52-55, 1995.

* Scott F.W., Corapi W.V., Olsen C.W. Independent Evaluation of a Modified Live FIPV Vaccine Under Experimental Conditions (Cornell Experience). Feline Practice 23(3), 74-76, 1995.

* Scott F.W., Olsen C.W., Corapi W.V. Antibody-Dependent Enhancement of Feline Infectious Peritonitis Virus Infection. Feline Practice 23(3), 77-80, 1995.

* Vennema H., Poland A., Hawkins K.F., Pedersen N.C. A Comparison of the Genomes of FECVs and FIPVs and What They Tell Us About the Relationships Between Feline Coronaviruses and their Evolution. Feline Practice 23(3), 40-44, 1995.

* Weiss R.C. Treatment of Feline Infectious Peritonitis With Immunomodulating Agents and Antiviral Drugs: A Review. Feline Practice 23(3), 103-106, 1995.

* Wolf J. The Impact of Feline Infectious Peritonitis on Catteries. Feline Practice 23(3), 21-23, 1995.


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