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Detection of transmissible gastroenteritis virus in tissue by peroxidase antiperoxidase method



Detection of transmissible gastroenteritis virus in tissue by peroxidase antiperoxidase method



Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration 29(2 LIVEST. AND VET): 48-53



The peroxidase-antiperoxidase (PAP) method was used for the detection of transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGEV) in frozen and paraffin-embedded tissues. The antigen was detected in intestinal epithelial cells of pigs infected with TGEV, and the specific positive reaction was characterized by the presence of many brown granules of various sizes in the cytoplasm of infected cells.

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