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Serological studies of transmissible gastroenteritis in Great Britain, using a competitive ELISA



Serological studies of transmissible gastroenteritis in Great Britain, using a competitive ELISA



Veterinary Record 128(21): 500-503



A competitive ELISA which differentiates between transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGEV) and porcine respiratory coronavirus (PRCV) was used to detect non-neutralizing antibodies to the peplomer protein of TGEV in porcine sera. The test was TGEV specific, having a relative specificity of 100% and a relative sensitivity of 94.9% when compared with the virus neutralization test. The prevalence of TGEV in UK is low; only 0.6% of sows sampled in 1990 were seropositive to TGEV.

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