equine rhinoviruses

e·quine rhi·no·vi·rus·es

viruses that cause inapparent as well as mild to relatively severe upper respiratory tract disease in the U.S. and Europe; most prevalent in breeding stables, and associated with high morbidity but negligible mortality; all equine isolates are related serologically to the original isolate.
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