infectious anemia


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infectious anemia

[in′fek·shəs ə′nē·mē·ə]
(veterinary medicine)
A virus disease of horses and mules characterized by intermittent fever, weakness, jaundice, and hemorrhages of mucous membranes; it is often fatal. Also known as swamp fever.
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The emergence of equine infectious anemia in France prompted the local authorities to issue a temporary ban on importing equines from this European country as it will be helpful in preventing the spread of the infection inside the Kingdom, according to the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture.
Equine Infectious Anemia Virus (EIAV) is a simple, macrophage-tropic lentivirus that infects members of the family Equidae.
Feline hemotropic mycoplasmosis (FHM) formerly known as haemobartonellosis or feline infectious anemia (FIA), is caused by Haemobartonella (H) felis, a gram negative unculturable rickettsial epierythrocytic parasite that causes hemolysis and sequestration of feline red blood cells (Jensen et al.
COMPARISON OF AGID AND cELISA TEST FOR EQUINE INFECTIOUS ANEMIA DIAGNOSIS IN CREOLE HORSES FROM VENEZUELA
Risk factors for outbreaks of infectious anemia in farmed Atlantic salmon Salmo salar.
EIA stands for Equine Infectious Anemia, also occasionally known as "swamp fever.
THE quarantine restrictions in force at Cologne racecourse since October 1 following an outbreak of equine infectious anemia, or swamp fever, were finally lifted yesterday after tests taken earlier this week proved negative, writes David Conolly-Smith.
Tashjian long maintained miniature horses on his farm in West Boylston and advocated for research into equine infectious anemia, an incurable infectious disease in horses.
The imunopathogenesis of equine infectious anemia virus.
Chapters address lentivirus tropism and disease, macrophages in HIV-1 infection, intracellular mechanisms for lentiviral restriction, simian-HIV and simian immunodeficiency virus models of HIV disease, host and viral determinants of feline immunodeficiency virus cell tropism and pathogenicity, equine infectious anemia virus and its pathogenesis, the bovine lentivirus infections, and lentivirus coinfections and superinfections, among other topics.

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