swamp fever

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Related to equine infectious anemia: Equine influenza, Equine viral arteritis
  • noun

Synonyms for swamp fever

an infectious disease cause by leptospira and transmitted to humans from domestic animals

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Other scientists, however, have maintained that the virus's structure and behavior in the body put it in a group of slow-acting, untreatable viruses called lentiviruses, a family that includes the equine infectious anemia virus (EIAV).
The memo includes activities such as vaccinations, testing, and applying official ear tags for programs for every livestock species, ranging from brucellosis to scrapies to equine infectious anemia," Kennedy noted.
Bengal antigen concentrate containing brucella abortus suspended in a diluent buffer stained with rose ben,kit of 96 tests to detect igm antibodies against wnv (west nile virus) capture enzyme immunoassay method, with plates sensitized with specific antibodies against human igm, containing 2 vials liofiliz,kit for the detection of anemia against equine infectious anemia virus for in vitro detection of antibodies to equine infectious anemia by immunodiffusion technique -.
DANEDREAM and 291 other thoroughbreds stationed at Cologne racecourse have tested negative to Equine Infectious Anemia (swamp fever) but last year's Arc heroine remains unlikely to be able to run in the Japan Cup next month, writes David Conolly-Smith.
WEST BOYLSTON - A West Boylston veterinarian said he will try to keep a horse that is alleged to be infected with equine infectious anemia after a judge denied his attempt to block state agricultural officials who want the animal moved or euthanized.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- American Veterinary Medical Frontiers (AVMF) announces a breakthrough in the field of retroviral research with the confirmation of a successfully bred horse with natural immunity to the deadly Equine Infectious Anemia Virus (EIA).
A negative result ensures that a horse does not have equine infectious anemia, a serious, often fatal viral disease for which there is no cure.
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