A Novel Pathogenic Mammalian Orthoreovirus from Diarrheic Pigs and Swine Blood Meal in the United States

  title={A Novel Pathogenic Mammalian Orthoreovirus from Diarrheic Pigs and Swine Blood Meal in the United States},
  author={Athmaram Thimmasandra Narayanappa and Harini Sooryanarain and Jagadeeswaran Deventhiran and Dianjun Cao and Backiyalakshmi Ammayappan Venkatachalam and Devaiah Kambiranda and Tanya Leroith and Connie Lynn Heffron and Nicole M Lindstrom and Karen Hall and Peter M. Jobst and Cary Sexton and X B Meng and Subbiah Elankumaran},
UNLABELLED Since May 2013, outbreaks of porcine epidemic diarrhea have devastated the U.S. swine industry, causing immense economic losses. Two different swine enteric coronaviruses (porcine epidemic diarrhea virus and Delta coronavirus) have been isolated from the affected swine population. The disease has been reported from at least 32 states of the United States and other countries, including Mexico, Peru, Dominican Republic, Canada, Columbia, Ecuador, and Ukraine, with repeated outbreaks in… CONTINUE READING
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