Fecal shedding of a highly cell-culture-adapted porcine epidemic diarrhea virus after oral inoculation in pigs
DaeSub Song, DVM, PhD; JinSik Oh, DVM, MS, PhD; BoKyu Kang, DVM; JeongSun Yang, DVM; JuYoung Song, DVM; HyoungJoon Moon, DVM; TaeYung Kim, DVM, MS; HanSang Yoo, DVM, MS, PhD; YongSuk Jang, MS, PhD; BongKyun Park, DVM, MS, PhD
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After oral inoculation with a highly cell-culture-adapted strain of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, shedding was detected by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction and restriction fragment length polymorphism for up to 6 days in 3-day-old piglets, 9 days in 2-week-old pigs, and 3 days in late-term pregnant sows.
Keywords: porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, oral inoculation, fecal shedding
Cite as: Song DS, Oh JS, Kang BK, et al. Fecal shedding of a highly cell-culture-adapted porcine epidemic diarrhea virus after oral inoculation in pigs. J Swine Health Prod 2005;13(5):269-272.
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