Myagmarsukh Yondon

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BACKGROUND Equine influenza virus (EIV) epizootics affect 2.1 million Mongolian horses approximately every 10 years and critically impact economy and nomadic livelihood of Mongolia. OBJECTIVES An active surveillance program was established in 2011 to monitor influenza viruses circulating among Mongolian horses. METHODS Nasal swabs were collected from(More)
Because little is known about the ecology of influenza viruses in camels, 460 nasal swab specimens were collected from healthy (no overt illness) Bactrian camels in Mongolia during 2012. One specimen was positive for influenza A virus (A/camel/Mongolia/335/2012[H3N8]), which is phylogenetically related to equine influenza A(H3N8) viruses and probably(More)
Because BLOCKINlittle BLOCKINis BLOCKINknown BLOCKINabout BLOCKINthe BLOCKINecology BLOCKINof BLOCKINinfluenza viruses in camels, 460 nasal swab specimens were collected BLOCKINfrom BLOCKINhealthy BLOCKIN(no BLOCKINovert BLOCKINillness) BLOCKINBactrian BLOCKINcamels BLOCKINin BLOCKINMongo-lia BLOCKINduring BLOCKIN2012. BLOCKINOne BLOCKINspecimen BLOCKINwas(More)
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