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Calfhood coronavirus enterocolitis: a clue to the etiology of winter dysentery



Calfhood coronavirus enterocolitis: a clue to the etiology of winter dysentery



Veterinary Pathology 24(6): 564-567



Numerous coronavirus particles were seen by electron microscopy in the intestinal contents of a 9-day-old calf that had died with blood-stained diarrhoea in New England in February 1986, and also in sections of colon from a cow that had died from winter dysentery in 1980/81.

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