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Winter dysentery in dairy herds: electron microscopic and serological evidence for an association with coronavirus infection



Winter dysentery in dairy herds: electron microscopic and serological evidence for an association with coronavirus infection



Veterinary Record 128(19): 447-449



Faeces and, or, paired sera were collected from cows in 6 dairy herds with classical winter dysentery. Similar samples were collected from cows in 3 other dairy herds experiencing non-haemorrhagic diarrhoea during the survey period.

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