Horses Unlikely to Spread Arboviruses to New Areas

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Traveling horses are not a major source for the emergence of equine encephalitis viruses into new areas, according to Prof. Dr. Martin Pfeffer and Gerhard Dobler, MD, who looked at the role of animal trade and migration in spreading arboviruses into Europe.

"After an intensive search of the literature, we concluded that in most cases the viremia (levels of virus in the blood)

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