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Abstract

Of 68 faecal samples from diarrhoeic calves 33 were positive for rotavirus in a latex agglutination test kit developed for human use, and 33 were found positive (21 with rotavirus and 12 with rotavirus + coronavirus) by electron microscopy. Two samples were positive to one test alone. Electron ...

Author(s)
Hamann, H. P.; Herbst, W.; Krauss, H.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1989, 102, 10, pp 346-347
Abstract

Of 65 faecal samples from dogs with enteritis, 25 were negative for canine parvovirus by immuno-electron microscopy, 38 were positive for parvovirus and one each positive for picornavirus and coronavirus. Of the 25 samples negative by electron microscopy, 22 were negative in the ELISA, one doubtful ...

Author(s)
Herbst, W.; Danner, K.; Krauss, H.; Behrens, F.
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1986, 67, 6, pp 480, 482, 485
Abstract

Electron microscopy revealed that, of 592 faecal samples from dogs with diarrhoea, 24.2% contained parvovirus, 5.6% coronavirus and 0.8% rotavirus. Of 97 samples from cats with diarrhoea, 17.5% contained parvovirus and 8.2% coronavirus. Of 406 calf samples, 25.4% contained rotavirus, 22.9%...

Author(s)
Herbst, W.; Lange, H.; Krauss, H.; Jimenez, C.; Schliesser, T.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1988, 101, 7, pp 242-244
Abstract

Of 682 samples of faeces and organs from dogs with enteritis, examined by electron microscopy, half exhibited viruses, including parvovirus (alone or associated with other viruses) in 42% of all samples, coronavirus in 8%, rotavirus in 0.4% and enterovirus in 2%. Virus was demonstrated in 61% of ...

Author(s)
Danner, K.; Oldenburg, U.; Weber, S.; Arens, M.; Krauss, H.
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1982, 63, 6, pp 512...518