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Detection of bovine coronavirus and type A rotavirus in neonatal calf diarrhea and winter dysentery of cattle in Quebec: evaluation of three diagnostic methods



Detection of bovine coronavirus and type A rotavirus in neonatal calf diarrhea and winter dysentery of cattle in Quebec: evaluation of three diagnostic methods



Canadian Veterinary Journal 35(3): 163-169



The use of direct electron microscopy, ELISA, and protein A-gold immunoelectron microscopy for the identification of bovine coronavirus and type A rotavirus were examined. 249 samples from diarrhoeic calves and winter dysenteric cattle from 7 geographic areas in Quebec were examined for the presence of viruses by direct electron microscopy of negatively stained preparations.

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