Real-Time RT-PCR Detection of Equine Coronavirus

@article{Miszczak2015RealTimeRD,
  title={Real-Time RT-PCR Detection of Equine Coronavirus},
  author={F. Miszczak and N. Kin and V. Tesson and A. Vabret},
  journal={Animal Coronaviruses},
  year={2015},
  pages={93 - 100}
}
Equine coronavirus (ECoV) is a recently identified equine virus, involved mainly in enteric infections. Since the ECoV discovery in 1999, only two real-time RT-PCRs have been developed for viral identification. In this chapter we describe a one-step real-time RT-PCR that has been routinely used in our laboratory for ECoV detection from fecal and respiratory samples. 

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