[Experimental infection of fattening swine with rotavirus: study of local immunity using coproantibodies].


Fattened pigs were experimentally infected with porcine rotavirus (OSU strain). Viral antigens found in the faeces were analysed over a period of two months (ELISA method). We have found no correlation between virus excretion and the clinical manifestation of disease. The local immunity has been analysed in the faeces by the coproantibodies antirotavirus… (More)


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