New Equine Herpesvirus Treatment Option Studied, AAEP 2009

The typical veterinarian's arsenal against equine herpesvirus includes vaccination to prevent the disease and supportive care/antiviral medication when the disease strikes. However, small interfering RNA, or siRNA for short, is a Nobel Prize-winning technology that Cornell University researchers have been studying for equine use.

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