NEXT-generation sequencing identifies porcine enterovirus G, a novel but benign virus in the U.S., according to Benjamin Hause, an assistant research professor at the Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory who recently published an article about the finding.
"We had isolated a virus in cells but didn't know what it was," Hause said. "We used next-generation sequencing to identify it, and it turned out to be porcine enterovirus G, which had b
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