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An outbreak of diarrhea in piglets caused by a coronavirus antigenically distinct from transmissible gastroenteritis virus

An outbreak of diarrhea in piglets caused by a coronavirus antigenically distinct from transmissible gastroenteritis virus

Canadian Veterinary Journal 26(3): 108-111

Coronavirus-like particles were shown by electron microscopy in the intestinal contents of piglets during a diarrhoea outbreak on a Quebec pig farm in 1983. The precipitating antigens of transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGV) were not detected in the intestinal contents of affected animals by counter-immunoelectrophoresis.

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