New research from the University of Kentucky (UK) suggests that genetic factors play a role in determining stallion susceptibility to equine arteritis virus (EAV) infection.
Scientists at Ludwig Maximilians University’s Department of Veterinary Medicine in Munich, Germany, are applying nanoscale molecule research in human allergy suppression to horses. In a recent study the team designed and administered a nanoparticleto deliver CpG-ODN (an immunostimulating DNA that has been shown to suppress allergies in humans) to ho...
A French research team sequenced the genome of Taylorella equigenitalis, the causative agent of the equine venereal disease contagious equine metritis (CEM), as well as T. asinigenitalis, a closely related species generally isolated in donkeys.
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