The role of the FCV capsid structure and its flexibility in elicited antibody responses
John S.L. Parker, BVMS, PhD
Infections with feline calicivirus can be mild or devastating, depending on the strain of virus involved. Dr. John S.L. Parker and his colleagues discovered that tiny dissimilarities on the outside of the virus can make the difference between life and death for cats, crucial information for designing diagnostics and treatments.