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New porcine coronavirus?



New porcine coronavirus?



Veterinary Record 119(11): 282-283



Since May 1986 a large number of pig herds in Britain have seroconverted to transmissible gastroenteritis (TGE) virus without any evident clinical signs of enteric disease. The seroconversion within a herd has been practically 100% in a very short time and the antibody titres as detected by a micro-serum neutralization test have frequently been of the order of 10superscript 3.

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