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This transmission electron micrographic (TEM) image reveals some of the ultrastructural morphology exhibited a number of retrovirus, feline leukemia virus (FeLV) particles. FeLV is a very common, often fatal feline disease. It can be transmitted from one cat to another by way of adversarial bites, or when one cat sneezes on another, or shares a food bowl. A cat can be vaccinated in order to protect it from acquiring this virus.
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