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Efficacy of a transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus with an altered ORF-3 gene



Efficacy of a transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus with an altered ORF-3 gene



Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research 65(1): 28-32



Virulence of serially passed Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus (TGEV) was evaluated in 3-day-old piglets. The animals were divided into 14 groups and administered with 1 x 106 pfu of TGEV from the 15th to the 75th pass. The piglets were observed and those exhibiting clinical signs of TGEV were euthanized and used for viral isolation.

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