Equine infectious anemia
: prevalence in working equids of livestock herds, in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Equine Infectious Anemia
(EIA) has been a worldwide plague on the horse industry for well over a century (Leroux et al.
Zhou, "A serologic survey of antibody against chicken infectious anemia
virus by indirect immunofluorescent assay in domestic poultry in China," Avian Diseases, vol.
Comparative evaluation of the agar gel inmunodiffusion test two commercial ELISA kits for the serodiagnosis of equine infectious anemia
. Zentralbl Veterinarmed.
EIA stands for Equine Infectious Anemia
, also occasionally known as "swamp fever." This retrovirus infection is transmitted by blood, and can affect any member of the horse family (horses, ponies, mules, and so forth).
and Ueda, S., "Japanese IBDVS and diagnosis," Proceeding of second international symposium on infectious bursal disease (IBD) and chicken infectious anemia
In the present study, the protective thermostable effect of [D.sub.2]O on recombinant p26 protein (rp26) in ELISA for diagnosis of equine infectious anemia
(EIA) was investigated with the aim of developing thermostable ELISA.
Nazim, "Chicken infectious anemia
virus (CIAV) in broilers and laying hens in Sharkia Province, Egypt," Journal of American Science, vol.
Several years ago infectious anemia
devastated the farmed salmon industry in Chile.
THE quarantine restrictions in force at Cologne racecourse since October 1 following an outbreak of equine infectious anemia
, or swamp fever, were finally lifted yesterday after tests taken earlier this week proved negative, writes David Conolly-Smith.
Tashjian long maintained miniature horses on his farm in West Boylston and advocated for research into equine infectious anemia
, an incurable infectious disease in horses.