Immune responses to commercial equine vaccines against equine herpesvirus-1, equine influenza virus, eastern equine encephalomyelitis, and tetanus.

@article{Holmes2006ImmuneRT,
  title={Immune responses to commercial equine vaccines against equine herpesvirus-1, equine influenza virus, eastern equine encephalomyelitis, and tetanus.},
  author={Mark A Holmes and H. Townsend and Andrea K. Kohler and Steve Hussey and Cormac C Breathnach and Craig Barnett and Robert V Holland and David P Lunn},
  journal={Veterinary immunology and immunopathology},
  year={2006},
  volume={111 1-2},
  pages={67-80}
}
Horses are commonly vaccinated to protect against pathogens which are responsible for diseases which are endemic within the general horse population, such as equine influenza virus (EIV) and equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1), and against a variety of diseases which are less common but which lead to greater morbidity and mortality, such as eastern equine… CONTINUE READING