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In the second half of 1990, faecal samples from all 96 calves with diarrhoea in 6 dairy herds in Valdivia Province were tested with commercial ELISA kits. 27 were positive for rotavirus alone, 18 for Cryptosporidium alone, and 19 for both these agents; 3 were positive for coronavirus in association ...

Reinhardt, G.; Zamora, J.; Riedemann, S.; Tadich, N.; Montecinos, M. I.
Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, 1991, 23, 2, pp 189-192

This paper is a summary of a thesis by the senior author. A study on a dairy farm, in 32 diarrhoeic calves aged 5-42 days, most of which died or were killed in extremis, and 3 healthy calves, detected 6 pathogenic agents. Mixed infections were demonstrated in 28 calves and single infections in 7....

González Morteo, C.; Aluja, A. S. de; Gómez Estrella, S.
Veterinaria México, 1990, 21, 4, pp 435-438

Of 101 samples of faeces from diarrhoeic calves under 2 months old in 32 farms 25 contained Eimeria spp., 22 Cryptosporidium, 18 enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli, 13 Strongyloidea, 11 Strongyloides, and one Giardia; 76 of the 101 samples were also examined virologically-15 (20%) contained rotavirus ...

Oviedo, M. T.; Araya, L. N.; Hernández, F.
Ciencias Veterinarias, Costa Rica, 1986, 8, 1, pp 27-28

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