Tiny Shift in Herpesvirus Causes Neurologic Form

Sometimes a small change can make a big difference. Such is the case with equine herpesvirus, according to researchers with Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine. When it comes to the virus, a change in just one amino acid can make all the difference between triggering a cold or a life-threatening neurological disorder.

The researchers' paper can be found in the Nov. 9 issue

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