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Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011

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Characterization and Prevalence of a New Porcine Calicivirus in Swine, United States

Qiuhong WangComments to Author , Kelly Scheuer, Zhenwen Zhang, Wondwossen A. Gebreyes, Bayleyegn Z. Molla, Armando E. Hoet, and Linda J. Saif
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: The Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio, USA (Q. Wang, K. Scheuer, Z. Zhang, L.J. Saif); The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA (W.A. Gebreyes, B.Z. Molla, A.E. Hoet)

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Table 2

Prevalence of St-Valerien–like viruses from historical pig fecal samples collected during 2002–2005, United States*

Swine farm % Pigs (no. positive/total no.)
% Nursing pigs,
1–3 wk % Post-weaning pigs,
3–10 wk % Finisher pigs,
10–24 wk % Sows, >1 y % Total
Ohio A 0 (0/14) 0 (0/12) 0 (0/22) 0 (0/13) 0 (0/61)
Ohio B 0 (0/31) 0 (0/45) 0 (0/45) 0 (0/30) 0 (0/151)
Ohio C 0 (0/15) 0 (0/12) 0 (0/6) 0 (0/28) 0 (0/61)
Ohio D 0 (0/8) 0 (0/10) NA NA 0 (0/18)
North Carolina A NA NA 0 (0/5) NA 0 (0/5)
North Carolina B NA NA 53 (10/19) NA 53 (10/19)
Michigan A
NA
NA
2 (1/60)
NA
2 (1/60)
Total 0 (0/68) 0 (0/79) 7 (11/157) 0 (0/71) 3 (11/375)

*NA, not available.

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