Concurrent porcine rotaviral and transmissible gastroenteritis viral infections in a three-day-old conventional pig.

@article{Theil1979ConcurrentPR,
  title={Concurrent porcine rotaviral and transmissible gastroenteritis viral infections in a three-day-old conventional pig.},
  author={Kenneth W. Theil and Linda J. Saif and Edward Homer Bohl and Arat{\'o} {\'A}gnes and Erwin M. Kohler},
  journal={American journal of veterinary research},
  year={1979},
  volume={40 5},
  pages={
          719-21
        }
}
A 3-day-old suckling pig with diarrhea was necropsied, and immunofluorescent microscopic examination of the small intestinal mucosa, together with immune electron microscopic examination of the large intestinal contents, provided a presumptive diagnosis of a concurrent infection with transmissible gastroenteritis (TGE) virus and porcine rotavirus. Immunofluorescent microscopic, immune electron microscopic, and serologic data obtained from gnotobiotic pigs experimentally inoculated with the… CONTINUE READING