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equine

of, relating to, or belonging to the family Equidae, which comprises horses, zebras, and asses

equine

[′ē‚kwīn]
(vertebrate zoology)
Resembling a horse.
Of or related to the Equidae.
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The phylogenetic tree of the canine and equine influenza H3 genes shows that the canine and equine lineages have diverged considerably.
The MAA lectin bound strongly to the equine tracheal epithelium (Figure 2, panel A), which confirms the finding that the NeuAc2,3Gal linkage preferentially bound by equine influenza viruses is found on sialyloligosaccharides in the equine trachea (7).
In the months ahead, Heska will spearhead a program to share research with veterinarians and horse owners regarding advancements in equine influenza research.
We know of no other equine influenza vaccine that has gone through the extensive challenge studies that were an integral part of our clinical trials," said Grieve.
Last October, symptoms of equine influenza were also found among the horses in Nainital.
According to virologists at the National Institute of Virology in Pune, the equine influenza occurs globally.
RECOMBITEK WNV is the first and only equine influenza vaccine in the U.
Finally this week, the threat of equine influenza has started to recede as no more problems have emerged this week and the sport is starting to get back to normal, although the NGRC have continued to issue warnings to trainers to be on their guard.
Singapore is investigating for signs of equine influenza after five horses at a polo club here fell sick.
RACING authorities in Australia are adamant the Melbourne Cup will not be affected by what is believed to be an equine influenza outbreak in Sydney.
TODAY'S meeting at Turffontein in South Africa had to be called off after the country's outbreak of equine influenza was found to have spread to the Randjesfontein training centre.
Heska Corporation (Fort Collins, CO; 970-493-7272), announced the recent issuance of a patent covering its equine influenza vaccine, Flu Avert I.

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