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Shedding of the bovine coronavirus via faeces in cattle and calves

Shedding of the bovine coronavirus via faeces in cattle and calves

Indian Veterinary Journal 82(10): 1032-1034

This study was conducted to assess the rate of subclinical bovine coronavirus (BCV) infection in adult pregnant cows and the role of pregnancy in shedding the virus in a cattle farm in which viral infection was reported to be frequently diagnosed in calves with diarrhoea.

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