Longitudinal Study of Senecavirus A Shedding Published

September 6, 2017

VDL faculty are among the authors of a longitudinal study on Senecavirus A shedding in the journal BMC Veterinary Research. The study found that while vesicular lesions had the highest concentration of virus, virus was detected on rectal and tonsil swabs for longer periods of up to six weeks.

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