Seasonal pasture myopathy/atypical myopathy in North America associated with ingestion of hypoglycin A within seeds of the box elder tree.

Abstract

REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY We hypothesised that seasonal pasture myopathy (SPM), which closely resembles atypical myopathy (AM), was caused by ingestion of a seed-bearing plant abundant in autumn pastures. OBJECTIVES To identify a common seed-bearing plant among autumn pastures of horses with SPM, and to determine whether the toxic amino acid hypoglycin… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.2012.00684.x

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@article{Valberg2013SeasonalPM, title={Seasonal pasture myopathy/atypical myopathy in North America associated with ingestion of hypoglycin A within seeds of the box elder tree.}, author={S J Valberg and Beatrice T Sponseller and Adrian D. Hegeman and J. E. Earing and J. Benjam{\'i}n Bender and Karin Martinson and S E Patterson and L Sweetman}, journal={Equine veterinary journal}, year={2013}, volume={45 4}, pages={419-26} }