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Prevalence of infection and genetic analysis of duck circovirus in Jeonbuk province
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Prevalence of infection and genetic analysis of duck circovirus in Jeonbuk province
Jeong, Han-Sol; Baek, Kui-Jeong; Koh, Won-Seok; Lee, Jeong-Won;
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Duck circovirus (DuCV) has been recognized as a contagious immunosuppressive virus affecting many duck species worldwide. To determine the prevalence of DuCV infection in ducks, we investigated 104 samples collected from 50 duck farms in Jeonbuk province with the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Among collected samples, 40 (38.5%) were positive for DuCV. The prevalence of DuCV PCR-positive samples increased with age. Genomic sequences of 15 DuCV strains were determined and compared with previously available DuCV sequences in public databases. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that all strains were clustered into DuCV-1 group.
Duck circovirus;Duck;Prevalence;PCR;Phylogenetic analysis;
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