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). While both myxoma virus lineages cause only transient and harmless cutaneous fibromas in their native hosts, they cause the virulent systemic disease myxomatosis in European rabbits ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ), the rabbit species commonly kept as pets or

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(genera Sylvilagus and Oryctolagus ). 4 In both rabbit genera, SFV infection causes benign cutaneous fibromas, whereas MYXV infection causes cutaneous fibromas in Sylvilagus spp and fatal myxomatosis in Oryctolagus spp. 4 Interestingly, SFV can be

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establishment of latent or recurrent viral infections. 11,13 One poxvirus, MYXV, causes a lethal disease called myxomatosis in European rabbits ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ). 14 Myxoma virus is nonpathogenic in all other vertebrate species investigated, 15

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Food Manufacturers' Association . Annual report 2012 . Available at: www.pfma.org.uk/pfma-annual-report-2012/ . Accessed Oct 15, 2012. 4. Meredith A . A vaccine against myxomatosis and RHD: a step forward for rabbit health . Vet Rec 2012

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