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1 July 1986 ANTIBODIES TO VESICULAR STOMATITIS VIRUS IN POPULATIONS OF FERAL SWINE IN THE UNITED STATES
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From 1979 to 1985, 941 feral swine (Sus scrofa) from 53 locations in 15 states were serologically tested for antibodies to vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV), Antibodies to New Jersey serotype VSV were present in 75 swine from five locations in Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, and Louisiana. Within these populations, antibody prevalences ranged from 10 to 100%. No antibodies to Indiana serotype were detected.

Stallknecht, Nettles, Erickson, and Jessup: ANTIBODIES TO VESICULAR STOMATITIS VIRUS IN POPULATIONS OF FERAL SWINE IN THE UNITED STATES
D. E. Stallknecht, V. F. Nettles, G. A. Erickson, and D. A. Jessup "ANTIBODIES TO VESICULAR STOMATITIS VIRUS IN POPULATIONS OF FERAL SWINE IN THE UNITED STATES," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 22(3), 320-325, (1 July 1986). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-22.3.320
Received: 4 December 1985; Published: 1 July 1986
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