FLVCR--an abbreviation for feline leukemia virus subgroup C receptor--was initially isolated as a cause of severe anemia in cats, he said.
What does FeLV stand for?
FeLV stands for Feline Leukemia Virus
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- Fédération des Etablissements Libres Subventionnés Indépendants (Belgium)
- Financial, Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues (genetics)
- Freien Evangelisch-Lutherischen Synode in Südafrika (German: Evangelical Lutheran Synod in South Africa)
- Forum for English Language Teachers
- Freshman Engineering Leadership Team
- Fund for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (Pennsylvania State University; University Park, PA)
- Federation of English Language Teaching Organisations Malta
- Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program (US CDC)
- Fédération des Étudiants Libéraux Unis (French: Federation of Liberal Student States; Belgium)
- Federation Luxembourgeoise de Badminton (Luxembourg)
- Functional Extra - Low Voltage
- Facilities and Equipment Maintenance (USACE)
- Facilities Engineering Management
- Faculdade de Engenharia Mecânica (Brasil)
- Faculty of Economics and Management
- Faculty of Economics and Muamalat (University Sains Islam Malaysia)
- Fællessekretariat for Eftersyns- og Mærkningsordningerne
- Fakulta Ekonomiky a Manažmentu
- Far East Movement (music group)
- Fashion Elements
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The Second Chance Fund also provides other at-cost services including rabies vaccinations, distemper shots, flea treatments and testing for feline immune virus and feline leukemia virus.
Cats are also suspected of spreading feline leukemia virus to a mountain lion in California and infecting the endangered Florida panther with feline distemper.
It is inexplicable that these writers do not recognize that a chimp's failure to contract AIDS from HIV no more addresses the consequences of HIV infection in humans than does the human failure to contract feline leukemia virus indicate that cats cannot contract leukemia either.
A recent study of a specific feline leukemia virus, which also causes fatal feline immunodeficiency syndrome, led scientists to conclude that current laboratory procedures may not be isolating the more virulent strains of HIV, thus misleading researchers (SN: 2/27/88, p.