Infectivity and pathogenicity of canine H3N8 influenza A virus in horses

@inproceedings{Yamanaka2010InfectivityAP,
  title={Infectivity and pathogenicity of canine H3N8 influenza A virus in horses},
  author={Takashi Yamanaka and Koji Tsujimura and Takashi Kondo and Tomio Matsumura and Hideharu Ishida and Makoto Kiso and Kazuya I. P. J. Hidari and Takashi Suzuki},
  booktitle={Influenza and other respiratory viruses},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Equine H3N8 influenza A viruses (EIVs) cause respiratory disease in horses and circulate among horses worldwide. In 2004, an outbreak of canine H3N8 influenza A virus (CIV) occurred among dogs in Florida and has spread among dogs in the United States (US). Genetic analyses revealed that this CIV is closely related to the recent EIVs. Although CIV-infected dogs could be the source of H3N8 influenza A virus for horses, it remains unclear whether the CIV circulating in the United States… CONTINUE READING

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