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Prevalence of rotavirus and coronavirus antigens in the feces of normal cows

Prevalence of rotavirus and coronavirus antigens in the feces of normal cows

Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 48(3): 340-342

The prevalence of rotavirus and coronavirus shedding by adult cows was investigated using capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays. Faecal samples from 121 cows in a single herd in Saskatchewan, were tested for rotavirus and coronavirus, either free or complexed with immunoglobulin. Free rotavirus was not detected in any samples while rotavirus-immunoglobulin complexes were detected in 53 (44%) of 121 samples tested.

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