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Serologic survey for transmissible gastroenteritis virus neutralizing antibodies in selected feral and domestic swine sera in the southern United States



Serologic survey for transmissible gastroenteritis virus neutralizing antibodies in selected feral and domestic swine sera in the southern United States



Journal of Wildlife Diseases 26(3): 420-422



Serum samples collected from feral and domestic pigs in Florida and feral pigs in Georgia and Texas, USA were assayed by plaque reduction for their virus neutralizing (VN) antibodies against the porcine transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGE). None of 560 samples collected from feral pigs contained VN antibodies for TGE virus, but experimentally infected feral pigs seroconverted. None of 665 samples from domestic pigs contained TGE-VN antibodies.

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DOI: 10.7589/0090-3558-26.3.420



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