Abstract. An antigenic comparison of five rotaviruses isolated from fish in Spain, the USA and Canada was carried out using neutralization, immunodot and ELISA tests. The Spanish isolate (turbot rotavirus) was serologically different from the other four rotaviruses, by neutralization and immunodot. By these two techniques, among the four American strains the two isolates from Canada (smelt rolavirus and Atlantic salmon rotavirus) were closely related antigenically, and the two strains from USA (striped bass rotavirus and the Hetrick & Baya rotavirus, isolated from salmon) seemed to be the same scrotype. These results were supported by those obtained in the comparison of the RNA patterns of the five viruses. However, the antigenie relationships among these rotaviruses were very different when employing the ELISA technique.
Journal of Fish Diseases – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 1992
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