DOI: 10.58837/chula.the.2020.462
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Targeted surveillance of potential zoonotic respiratory and enteric viruses in dogs in bangkok, Thailand

Abstract: Human-dog interface poses a risk of transmission and spread of zoonotic viruses. The objective of the thesis entitled is to survey and genetic characterize zoonotic viruses in dogs and humans who have high-risk occupations and in close contact with dogs. This thesis contains 8 topics. The results of the first to third topics were the surveillance of respiratory viruses in dogs including Canine Parainfluenza type 5 (CPIV-5), Canine influenza virus (CIV) and Coronavirus (CoV). The nasal swab samples were collect… Show more

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