Equine Influenza Vaccine Remains Effective Against Mutated Virus, Study Shows

Equine influenza virus mutates as it travels around the world from one animal to the next, and equine influenza vaccine must be updated periodically if the virus mutates to the point that the current vaccine does not adequately protect horses. Romain Paillot, PhD, and his colleagues have been testing EI vaccines against a recent strain that caused outbreaks in Japan and Australia

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