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identification of three new type-specific antigen epitopes in the capsid protein of porcine circovirus type 1.porcine circovirus type 1 (pcv1) has been identified as a contaminant of porcine kidney cell line (pk-15). serological evidence and genetic studies have suggested that pcv1 is widespread in domestic pigs. in this study, monoclonal antibodies (mabs) and polyclonal antibodies (pabs) were generated against a recombinant pcv1 cap protein (pcv1-cap), which was expressed using the baculovirus system. pepscan analysis was used to identify epitopes on the pcv1-cap with mabs and pabs. three linear b-cell ...201222437253
detection and analysis of porcine circovirus type 1 in hungarian wild boars: short communication.porcine circovirus type 1 (pcv1) is considered to be a non-pathogenic virus detected in cell cultures, vaccines or products used for cell culture preparations, all of them of porcine origin. serological evidence and genetic studies suggested that pcv1 was widespread in domestic pigs. the presence of pcv1 in wild boars in germany was also described using serological methods. this paper reports the first detection of pcv1 in hungarian wild boars. samples were collected at slaughterhouses and proce ...200818401965
genetic variation analysis of pcv1 strains isolated from guangxi province of china in 2015.porcine circovirus type 1 (pcv1) was discovered in 1974 as a contaminant of a porcine kidney (pk-15) cell line and was generally accepted to be nonpathogenic. but recently it was shown to cause lesions in experimentally infected pig fetuses. serological evidence and genetic studies suggested that pcv1 was widespread in domestic pigs. thus, the molecular epidemiology and genetic variation of pcv1 are still necessary to understand.201829415728
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