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Antigenic variations among calf diarrhea coronaviruses by immunodiffusion and counterimmunoelectrophoresis



Antigenic variations among calf diarrhea coronaviruses by immunodiffusion and counterimmunoelectrophoresis



Annales de Recherches Veterinaires. Annals of Veterinary Research 13(4): 351-356



The antigenic relationship among five bovine coronavirus isolates was studied using the counterimmunoelectrophoresis (CIE) and immunodiffusion (ID) techniques. By CIE, two precipitating antigens were observed for each coronavirus isolate. One antigen identified as the "M" antigen was common to the five isolates, while the second antigen identified as the "m" antigen was not present in all the isolates. Using the latter antigen, the isolates were placed in two antigenic groups.

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