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Serotype 1 and 2 bovine noroviruses are endemic in cattle in the United kingdom and Germany

Oliver, S.L., Wood, E., Asobayire, E., Wathes, D.C., Brickell, J.S., Elschner, M., Otto, P., Lambden, P.R., Clarke, I.N. and Bridger, J.C. (2007) Serotype 1 and 2 bovine noroviruses are endemic in cattle in the United kingdom and Germany Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 45, (9), pp. 3050-3052. (doi:10.1128/JCM.02015-06).

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The genomically and antigenically distinct bovine noroviruses Bo/Jena/1980/DE and Bo/Newbury2/1976/UK have been associated with calf diarrhea. In the present seroprevalence study, both were found to be endemic in cattle from Germany and the United Kingdom, a finding in contrast to previous virus prevalence studies. They were less common than group A rotaviruses, particularly in calves, suggesting a different epidemiology.

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Published date: September 2007


Local EPrints ID: 59385
ISSN: 0095-1137
PURE UUID: af840047-eec7-419f-91de-f23d795c1a35
ORCID for I.N. Clarke: ORCID iD

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Date deposited: 03 Sep 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:24

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Author: S.L. Oliver
Author: E. Wood
Author: E. Asobayire
Author: D.C. Wathes
Author: J.S. Brickell
Author: M. Elschner
Author: P. Otto
Author: P.R. Lambden
Author: I.N. Clarke ORCID iD
Author: J.C. Bridger

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