Author(s): Kresse JI, Taylor WD, Stewart WW, Eernisse KA
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Abstract Porcine parvovirus was isolated from many visceral organs and also from the brain, serum and skin specimens of swine with vesicular-like conditions. Severe lesions were reported to have occurred in the mouth, on the tongue and snout, on the coronary band and in the interdigital spaces. Also, parvoviral antigens were demonstrated, by immunofluorescence, in the outer layers of hair follicles in skin adjacent to coronary band lesions.
This article was published in Vet Microbiol
and referenced in Journal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology