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|Group A: present
in all mammals examined. Important role in calf and piglet diarrhoea; role in lambs &
foal diarrhoea less certain; not associated with diarrhoea in cats & dogs.
Groups B to E cause diarrhoea experimentally but importance in natural disease unknown.
Group B: pigs, sheep, cattle, rats, man. Group C: pigs, man, ferrets Group D: avian species Group E: pigs.
RVs from different animal species thought of as distinct but some transmission between species may occur naturally.