Isolation, genomic characterization, and pathogenicity of a Chinese porcine deltacoronavirus strain CHN-HN-2014.

@article{Dong2016IsolationGC,
  title={Isolation, genomic characterization, and pathogenicity of a Chinese porcine deltacoronavirus strain CHN-HN-2014.},
  author={Nan Dong and Liurong Fang and Hao Yang and Han Liu and Ting Du and Puxian Fang and Dang Wang and Huan Chen and Shaobo Xiao},
  journal={Veterinary microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={196},
  pages={98-106}
}
Porcine deltacoronavirus (PDCoV) is an emerging swine coronavirus that causes diarrhea in piglets. Since the first outbreak of PDCoV in the United States in 2014, this novel porcine coronavirus has been detected in South Korea, Canada, Mexico, Thailand, and China. In this study, a Chinese PDCoV strain, designated CHN-HN-2014, was isolated from piglets with severe diarrhea on a pig farm in Henan Province, China, and examined with a specific immunofluorescence assay and electron microscopy… CONTINUE READING