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Two genotypes of Canine coronavirus simultaneously detected in the fecal samples of healthy foxes and raccoon dogs



Two genotypes of Canine coronavirus simultaneously detected in the fecal samples of healthy foxes and raccoon dogs



Wei Sheng Wu Xue Bao 45(2): 305-308



61 fecal samples from healthy foxes and 24 from healthy raccoon dogs were examined by RT-nested PCR assays for the presence and genotypic identification of Canine coronaviruses (CCVs). 77.0% fox samples were recognized as CCV positive, 43 of which belonged to type U and 29 to type I, as well as both genotypes were simultaneously detected in 25 samples. Out of the total 24 fecal samples from raccoon dogs, 22 were CCV positive for type 11 and 16 for type I.

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