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Serologic evidence of coronavirus infection in New York and New England dairy cattle with winter dysentery



Serologic evidence of coronavirus infection in New York and New England dairy cattle with winter dysentery



Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 3(4): 293-296



Acute and convalescent sera were collected from 8 dairy herds with classic clinical features of winter dysentery. An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay was used to measure coronavirus antibody titers, employing calf diarrhea coronavirus as antigen. Twenty-two of the 35 animals tested (63%) showed a greater than or equal to 4-fold seroconversion. Adult cattle in all 8 herds seroconverted. These findings complement previously reported immunoperoxidase and electron microscopic evidence, suggesting an etiologic role for an enteric coronavirus in this disease.

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PMID: 1662077

DOI: 10.1177/104063879100300404


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