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prevalence of latent, neuropathogenic equine herpesvirus-1 in the thoroughbred broodmare population of central kentucky.an emerging problem of equine herpesvirus-1 (ehv-1) infection in horses in the usa is a high-mortality myeloencephalopathy that commonly occurs where large numbers of horses are stabled. ehv-1 isolates recovered from recent neurological outbreaks represent a mutant virus strain that possesses enhanced neuropathogenicity. a central question of ehv-1 myeloencephalopathy is the latency carriage rate for these mutants of ehv-1 in usa horse populations.200818089469
vaccination against equine herpesvirus 1 and equine influenza infection. 19846093330
a new field strain of equine abortion virus (equine herpesvirus-1) among kentucky horses.from restriction endonuclease characterization of the dna of 317 isolates of equine abortion virus (equine herpesvirus-1; ehv-1) from 176 epizootically unrelated outbreaks of equine virus abortion occurring over 24 years in kentucky, an epizootic pattern and variation of the virus have emerged. two electropherotypes of ehv-1 (1p and 1b) accounted for greater than 90% of the nonvaccine-related abortion isolates examined. from 1960 to 1981, ehv-1 1p was the predominant isolate circulating in the c ...19852982294
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