The Lentiviruses of Sheep and Goats

@inproceedings{Narayan1993TheLO,
  title={The Lentiviruses of Sheep and Goats},
  author={Opendra Narayan and Mary Christine Zink and Mark D Gorrell and Sharon E. Crane and David L. Huso and Pauline E. Jolly and Mary Saltarelli and Robert John Adams and Janice E. Clements},
  year={1993}
}
The animal lentiviruses are nononcogenic, replication competent, and horizontally transmitted retroviruses (Narayan and Clements, 1989; see also Volume 1, Chapter 2). Each virus causes natural infection only in closely related species of animals. Based on host specificity, the viruses can be subdivided into families that cause infection in equidae, bovidae, felidae, small ruminants (sheep and goats), and certain species of African monkeys, respectively. The ovine-caprine virus family is… CONTINUE READING

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