Prevalence and genotypic (G and P) determination of porcine group A rotaviruses from different regions of India

@article{Dubal2012PrevalenceAG,
  title={Prevalence and genotypic (G and P) determination of porcine group A rotaviruses from different regions of India},
  author={Zunjar Baburao Dubal and Kiran Narayan Bhilegaonkar and Sukhadeo B Barbuddhe and Rahul P. Kolhe and Simranpreet Kaur and Shriya Rawat and P. T. C. Nambiar and Muthu Karunakaran},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={2012},
  volume={45},
  pages={609-615}
}
Group A rotaviruses can infect both humans and animals and have been recognized as an important cause of diarrhea in porcine. In this study, we report the prevalence and molecular epidemiology of rotaviruses detected in piglets in different regions of India. A total 275 fecal samples (180 diarrheal and 95 non-diarrheal) from piglets were collected from the western (135), southern (60), northern (20), and North-Eastern Hill (NEH) (60) regions of India and tested for rotaviruses. All the samples… CONTINUE READING
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