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semen quality of stallions challenged with the kentucky 84 strain of equine arteritis virus.equine arteritis virus (eav) is the causal agent of equine viral arteritis (eva), a respiratory and reproductive disease of equids. some strains of eav can cause fever, leukopenia, and dependent edema of the limbs, scrotum, and preputium in the acutely infected stallion. we hypothesized that fever and scrotal edema observed during the acute phase of the infection, but not the presence of eav, have an adverse effect on semen quality. a group of seven stallions were intranasally inoculated with th ...201425156969
demonstration of the carrier state in naturally acquired equine arteritis virus infection in the stallion.the chronic carrier state was virologically confirmed in 15 thoroughbred stallions naturally infected with equine arteritis virus based on the results of test matings and, or, isolations of the virus from semen. carrier stallions were shown to shed equine arteritis virus in the semen for at least one to two years. existence of a short-term or convalescent carrier state was also demonstrated in five additional stallions. the frequency of the long-term carrier state in stallions naturally infected ...19863022363
[equine infectious arteritis: molecular biology, epidemiology and preventative measures].after a brief historical account of the outbreak of infectious arteritis of horses which occurred in 1984 in kentucky (united states of america), the author reports on the present state of knowledge concerning the organisation of the genome of the virus. clinical signs of the disease are described, as well as modes and routes of transmission. finally, currently-available vaccination procedures are discussed and their value is assessed.19947949357
status of equine viral arteritis in kentucky, 1985.clinical cases of equine arteritis virus infection have not been diagnosed in kentucky since 1984, and there has been no indication that any of the horses involved in the 1984 epizootic have since been responsible for spread of the disease to horses in other states or other countries. cases of abortion caused by naturally acquired infection with this virus have not been confirmed in 1984 or 1985. neither field nor vaccine strains of equine arteritis virus have been shown to induce teratologic ab ...19873038806
status of equine viral arteritis in kentucky for 1986. 19873035776
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