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020 |a 9783036550855 
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020 |a books978-3-0365-5085-5 
100 1 |a Steinman, Amir 
245 0 0 |a Virus Infection in Equine  |h Elektronische Ressource 
260 |a Basel  |c 2022 
300 |a 1 electronic resource (106 p.) 
653 |a clinical disease 
653 |a viral status 
653 |a equine copivirus 
653 |a immunological status 
653 |a equine encephalosis virus 
653 |a n/a 
653 |a EHV-1 
653 |a horses 
653 |a quantitative PCR 
653 |a equine influenza 
653 |a equine 
653 |a equine parvovirus hepatitis 
653 |a Medicine / bicssc 
653 |a equine viral diseases 
653 |a equine parvovirus CSF 
653 |a Huculs 
653 |a point-of-care testing 
653 |a nasal fluid 
653 |a field-deployable 
653 |a SARS-CoV-2 
653 |a healthy horses 
653 |a nasal secretions 
653 |a EHV-4 
653 |a control 
653 |a insulated isothermal polymerase chain reaction 
653 |a equine parvoviruses 
653 |a respiratory disease 
653 |a equine herpesvirus 1, -2, -4, -5 
653 |a loop-mediated isothermal amplification 
653 |a ELISA 
653 |a enteric disease 
653 |a ECoV 
653 |a EEV 
653 |a viruses 
653 |a blood 
653 |a equine coronavirus 
653 |a Morocco 
653 |a gammaherpesvirus 
653 |a seroprevalence 
653 |a sick equids 
653 |a epidemiology 
653 |a Culicoides 
653 |a horse 
653 |a VNT 
653 |a qPCR 
700 1 |a Erster, Oran 
700 1 |a Steinman, Amir 
700 1 |a Erster, Oran 
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024 8 |a 10.3390/books978-3-0365-5085-5 
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856 4 0 |u https://www.mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/6045  |7 0  |x Verlag  |3 Volltext 
082 0 |a 610 
520 |a The increased international transportation and trade over the last few decades have increased the risk of the introduction of pathogens into new areas. Global climate change has influenced environmental conditions and the ability of pathogens to survive, and has changed the habitats of certain vectors and hosts. These processes have led to the emergence or re-emergence of various pathogens in different parts of the world, including those affecting horses. This Special Issue features some aspects regarding several well recognized as well as some new and emerging equine viral pathogens, highlighting the need for updated epidemiological data. Such surveillance is crucial for proper decision making by clinicians and by regulatory authorities. Also demonstrated by the recent global emergence of SARS-CoV-2, the development of an effective infrastructure for the rapid and effective detection and control of novel viral pathogens, as well as re-emerging ones, is essential. Horses should play an important role in such surveillance systems, not only for equine pathogens but also as sentinels to other viruses and arboviruses. As was demonstrated in several examples in this Special Issue, it is important to remember, both as clinicians and as researchers, that when facing clinical cases, even when those are common, we should remain alert to the possibility of the intrusion of unknown pathogens and, therefore, should seek a definitive diagnosis. This may allow for the early detection of emerging or re-emerging pathogens.