Since 2008 the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine and Merck Animal Health have worked to cultivate a strong biosurveillance program.
Researchers found the muzzle and outer nostril region present an alternative and less invasive way to test horses for EHV-1.
After testing horses during a 2022 EHV-1 outbreak, researchers found even those showing no signs shed common respiratory pathogens.
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Scientists looked at disease prevalence in horses suspected to have tick-borne infections and compared test performance.
An inside look at the 2018 EHV-1 outbreak that impacted hundreds of horses at a California show and how to control the disease.
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