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Canine parvovirus infection is a highly infectious viral disease of dogs belonging to family parvoviridae
. Canine parvovirus infection is manifested with acute onset of vomition and diarrhea and recognized in two forms namely myocarditis and gastroenteritis.
Parvoviruses, members of the family Parvoviridae
, are able to cause a broad spectrum of diseases in animals .
These include the DNA viruses from families Herpesviridae and Parvoviridae
and RNA viruses of families Togaviridae, Paramyxoviridae, Retroviridae, and Picornaviridae (Tables 4 and 5).
This group of viruses also infects rodents and carnivores and belongs to the Parvoviridae
subfamily within the Parvoviridae
Los bocavirus humanos (HBoV), pequenos virus de ADN de simple cadena y sin envoltura, de la familia Parvoviridae
, propuestos como posibles agente etiologicos de enfermedades respiratorias infantiles, fueron identificados en el 2009 como posibles agentes causales de gastroenteritis infantil, terceros en frecuencia despues de RV y AstV en ninos australianos con diarrea (49).
Human parvovirus B19 is a single stranded DNA virus in the genus erythrovirus of the family Parvoviridae
. B19 has a wide spectrum of clinical manifestations and diagnosis is mainly done by the detection of B19 specific IgM antibodies or B19 DNA (2).
The virus belongs to family parvoviridae
and its type 2 (CPV-2), differs antigenically from type 1 (CPV-1).
Parvovirus-B19 (PV-B19) is a member of Parvoviridae
, which is one of the smallest DNA viruses.