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Faeces and, or, paired sera were collected from cows in 6 dairy herds with classical winter dysentery. Similar samples were collected from cows in 3 other dairy herds experiencing non-haemorrhagic diarrhoea during the survey period. Coronavirus was the only enteric pathogen identified by immune...

Saif, L. J.; Brock, K. V.; Redman, D. R.; Kohler, E. M.
Veterinary Record, 1991, 128, 19, pp 447-449

Faecal filtrates from cows with winter dysentery were inoculated into gnotobiotic and conventional calves, and a coronavirus was isolated from calf faeces. Cytopathic effects were observed on human rectal tumour cells but not bovine cell cultures. The winter dysentry isolates morphologically and...

Benfield, D. A.; Saif, L. J.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1990, 28, 6, pp 1454-1457

The antigenic and biological properties of 6 strains of bovine coronavirus (BCV) derived from neonatal calf diarrhoea (CD) and 8 strains of BCV from winter dysentry (WD) of adult cattle, propagated in HRT-18 cells were compared to determine if CD and WD strains belong to distinct serotypes or...

Tsunemitsu, H.; Saif, L. J.
Archives of Virology, 1995, 140, 7, pp 1303-1311
Cover for bovine coronavirus infection

Bovine coronavirus (BCV) was characterized as a viral cause of calf enteritis by Mebus et al. (1973) and is now recognized as a leading cause of calf...

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