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Characterization of a calf diarrheal coronavirus



Characterization of a calf diarrheal coronavirus



American Journal of Veterinary Research 37(9): 1031-1041



A coronavirus-like agent isolated from faeces of a calf with diarrhoea and attenuated by consecutive passage in a fetal bovine kidney cell line (see VB 43, abst. 3368) was characterized as a coronavirus. Negatively stained virions were approximately circular, had a mean diameter of 120 nm, and were covered with wide-spaced, petal-shaped projections about 20 nm long.

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