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Assessment of Porcine Rotavirus-associated virome variations in pigs with enteric disease

27 Apr 2022
Tyler Doerksen Thomas A. Christensen II Andrea Lu Lance Noll Jianfa Bai Jamie Henningson Rachel Palinski

Enteric disease is the predominant cause of morbidity and mortality in young mammals including pigs. Viral species involved in porcine enteric disease complex (PEDC) include rotaviruses, coronaviruses, picornaviruses, astroviruses and pestiviruses among others. The virome of three groups of swine samples submitted to the Kansas State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory for routine testing were assessed, namely, a Rotavirus A positive (RVA) group, a Rotavirus co-infection (RV) group and a Rotavirus Negative (RV Neg) group. Read more »