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    • Bovine coronavirus in Uruguay: genetic diversity, risk factors and transboundary introductions from neighboring countries 

      Castells, Matias; Giannitti, Federico; Caffarena, Rubén Darío; Casaux, María Laura; Schild, Carlos; Castells, Daniel; Riet‑Correa, Franklin; Victoria, Matias; Parreño, Gladys; Colina, Rodney (Springer, 2019-11)
      Bovine coronavirus (BCoV) is a recognized cause of severe neonatal calf diarrhea, with a negative impact on animal welfare, leading to economic losses to the livestock industry. Cattle production is one of the most important ...
    • Detection, risk factors and molecular diversity of norovirus GIII in cattle in Uruguay 

      Castells, Matias; Caffarena, Rubén Darío; Casaux, María Laura; Schild, Carlos; Castells, Felipe; Castells, Daniel; Victoria, Matías; Riet‑Correa, Franklin; Giannitti, Federico; Parreño, Viviana; Colina, Rodney (Elsevier, 2020-12)
      Uruguay is a leading exporter of bovine meat and dairy products, and cattle production is one of the principal economic backbones in this country. A main clinical problem faced by livestock farmers is neonatal calf diarrhea ...
    • Genetic and productive background of Criollo cattle in Argentina, Mexico, Uruguay and the United States 

      Armstrong, Eileen; Rodriguez Almeida, Felipe A.; McIntosh, Matthew; Poli, Mario Andres; Cibils, Andrés Francisco; Martínez-Quintana, José Alfredo; Félix-Portillo, Monserrath; Estell, Richard E. (Elsevier, 2022-05)
      Cattle were first introduced to the Western Hemisphere in 1493 and by subsequent introductions from the Iberian Peninsula, providing the genetic background of the American Criollo cattle, with influences from Spanish, ...