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Detection of neonatal calf diarrhea virus, infant reovirus-like diarrhea virus, and a coronavirus using the fluorescent virus precipitin test



Detection of neonatal calf diarrhea virus, infant reovirus-like diarrhea virus, and a coronavirus using the fluorescent virus precipitin test



Journal of Clinical Microbiology 3(3): 376-377



Thirty-four calf and five infant faecal samples were tested for the neonatal calf diarrhea virus (NCDV) and for the reovirus-like infantile diarrhea agent, respectively. The procedures used were the fluorescent virus precipititin test and immune electron microscopy. Fourteen of the calf samples contained detectable NCDV, and four of the five infant samples contained the reovirus-like human agent.

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