Detection of Torque teno sus virus in diarrheic piglet fecal samples positive or negative for porcine group A rotavirus
Raquel de Arruda Leme, DVM, MSc; Elis Lorenzetti, DVM, PhD; Alice F. Alfieri, DVM, PhD; Amauri A. Alfieri, DVM, PhD
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Association of Torque teno sus virus (TTSuV) and porcine group A rotavirus (PoRVA) was evaluated in PoRVA-positive or PoRVA-negative diarrheic piglet fecal samples. Molecular TTSuV detection was 40.4% (21/52) and 53.3% (49/92) in PoRVA-positive and -negative fecal samples, respectively. No association (P = .19) was observed between TTSuV and PoRVA diarrhea.
Keywords: intestinal health, diarrhea, porcine enteric viruses, Torque teno sus virus
Cite as: de Arruda Leme R, Lorenzetti E, Alfieri AF, et al. Detection of Torque teno sus virus in diarrheic piglet fecal samples positive or negative for porcine group A rotavirus. J Swine Health Prod 2014;22(6):287-290.
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