Anne-Marie Gélinas

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A cytopathogenic coronavirus, serologically identified as porcine haemagglutinating encephalomyelitis virus (HEV), has recently been associated with acute outbreaks of wasting and encephalitis in nursing piglets from pig farms in southern Québec and Ontario, Canada. The 3'-terminal end of the genome of the prototype HEV-67N strain and that of the recent(More)
Bovine coronavirus isolates associated with recent outbreaks of respiratory disease in Ontario and Quebec dairy farms were compared to reference strains known to be responsible for neonatal calf diarrhea (NCD) or winter dysentery (WD) of adult cattle. In respect to their hemagglutinating properties and their higher RDE activities with rat erythrocytes,(More)
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