characterization of a new avian-like influenza a virus from horses in march 1989 a severe outbreak of respiratory disease occurred in horses in the jilin and heilongjiang provinces of northeast china that caused up to 20% mortality in some herds. an influenza virus of the h3n8 subtype was isolated from the infected animals and was antigenically and molecularly distinguishable from the equine 2 (h3n8) viruses currently circulating in the world. the reference strain a/equine/jilin/1/89 (h3n8) was most closely related to avian h3n8 influenza viruses. sequence comp ...19921314452
seroepidemiological and molecular evidence for the presence of two h3n8 equine influenza viruses in china in may 1993, a severe epidemic of respiratory disease began in horses in inner mongolia and spread throughout horses in china. the disease affected mules and donkeys as well as horses but did not spread to other species, including humans. the severity of the disease raised the question of whether the outbreak might have been caused by the new avian-like influenza viruses detected in horses in china in 1989 or by current variants ofa/equine/miami/1/63 (h3n8) (equine-2) or by a reassortant between ...19957636481
first description of hepacivirus and pegivirus infection in domestic horses in china: a study in guangdong province, heilongjiang province and hong kong district.since 2012, three viruses, known as equine hepacivirus (eqhv), equine pegivirus (epgv) and theiler's disease-associated virus (tdav), have been discovered in equines. given that these viruses are the newest members of the flaviviridae family, genomic information concerning circulating eqhv, epgv and tdav strains around the world is limited. to date, no genetic surveillance studies have been performed on these three viruses in the equine population of china. here, a total of 177 serum samples wer ...201627182887
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