Classification of North American porcine enteroviruses: a comparison with European and Japanese strains.

@article{Dunne1971ClassificationON,
  title={Classification of North American porcine enteroviruses: a comparison with European and Japanese strains.},
  author={H W Dunne and Jeff Tza-Huei Wang and E H Ammerman},
  journal={Infection and immunity},
  year={1971},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={619-31}
}
Seventy-two strains of porcine enteroviruses including strains from North America, England, and Japan were compared by cell culture neutralization tests to provide a serological classification of North American strains. From the tests, eight serogroups evolved, with serogroup 8 having a possible three subgroups. There appeared to be some intergroup relationship among certain viruses in groups having the same specific cytopathic effect (CPE) in cell culture. There was no apparent cross-reaction… CONTINUE READING

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