New approach may advance porcine rotavirus A management

TAGS: Swine
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Bioinformatic approach may allow veterinary researchers to better focus on relevant changes to rotavirus strain, possibly leading to new vaccines.

Despite decades of research on rotavirus A (RVA), all U.S. pigs are highly likely to contract the virus at some point in their lifetime, according to researchers at the University of Minnesota.

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