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Interferon induction in rotavirus and coronavirus infections: a review of recent results



Interferon induction in rotavirus and coronavirus infections: a review of recent results



Annales de Recherches Veterinaires. Annals of Veterinary Research 14(4): 507-511



The interferon (IFN) response was studied in two different models of viral enteritis of the neonate. In rotavirus infected calves, IFN synthesis could be detected in the intestine and in the blood at the time of the diarrhoeic symptoms. A kinetic study on cannulated calves suggested that systemic IFN is of intestinal origin.

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