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Age dependent resistance to transmissible gastroenteritis of swine (TGE). II. Coronavirus titer in tissues of pigs after exposure



Age dependent resistance to transmissible gastroenteritis of swine (TGE). II. Coronavirus titer in tissues of pigs after exposure



Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 37(2): 167-170



Coronavirus titres were compared in various tissues of three-day old and 21-day old pigs after exposure to the virus of transmissible gastroenteritis (TGE). Pigs in both groups that did not die from TGE were necropsied at intervals from one to 15 days post-exposure, and their tissues assayed for viral content. Viral titres were much higher in the small intestines of the younger pigs.

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