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Feature November 2014 Issue

Research linking FIV to potential anti-HIV drugs; the Lykoi cat

This Lykoi kitten has molted and has "wolfed out," which is the term for when the roan adult coat comes in.

Research linking FIV to potential anti-HIV drugs; the Lykoi cat

FIV helping HIV research

FIV helping HIV research Because cats can contract FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus) which is the feline equivalent of HIV seen in humans they may be helpful in the continued search for anti-HIV drugs, according to a new study published recently in the journal Cell Structure.

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