Anti-CaCV Drug Discovery Products

Canine Circovirus (CaCV), a member of the Circoviridae family and the Circovirus genus, is a small, circular, single-stranded DNA virus that infects dogs. CaCV has been increasingly recognized as a highly infectious disease in dogs, particularly in young animals. The virus replicates in the gut and may be transmitted by fecal-oral contact. Clinical signs of CaCV infection can include diarrhea, vomiting, and weight loss, and the virus may also be associated with canine infectious gastroenteritis. The genome encodes several proteins including those involved in replication and virulence. The diagnosis of CaCV infection is typically based on fecal sample testing and blood tests may be used to detect antibodies against CaCV. There are no specific vaccines or antiviral treatments for CaCV infection. Therefore, treatment for CaCV infection is typically supportive care.

At Creative Biolabs, we have developed high-quality antibody products for CaCV research. Our expertise in the field of canine circovirus research enables us to offer reliable solutions for your research needs.

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