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Eight local, nondescript adult donkeys, sero-negative to EHV-1, were experimentally infected in two different experiments with EHV-1 of horse origin to study the establishment of viral infection in donkeys along with four pony mares as the control. The virus persisted up to 7 days along with...

Author(s)
Gupta, A. K.; Bhartander Rattan; Praveen Malik; Deepinder Kaur; Singh, B. K.; Yadav, M. P.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Equine Science (Nihon Uma Kagakukai) Equine Research Institute, Japan Racing Association, Utsunomiya, Japan
Citation
Journal of Equine Science, 2000, 11, 2, pp 29-33
Abstract

After being fed for over 2 months mainly on Sorghum bicolor (S. vulgare), 3 of 11 horses showed incoordination of the hind legs; 7-10 days later frequent urination, urinary incontinence and haematuria (resembling cystitis) developed, followed by a serous nasal discharge, erratically increased body...

Author(s)
Varshney, J. P.; Gupta, A. K.; Yadav, M. P.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1996, 73, 9, pp 985-986
Abstract

In February, 1987, 11 horses at an establishment in Bangalore showed signs of intermittent fever, nasal discharge and appeared in poor condition. Anaemia, congested mucous membranes and oedema of dependent parts were seen in some horses. The horses originated from various stud farms, some of which...

Author(s)
Uppal, P. K.; Yadav, M. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1989, 124, 19, pp 514-514
Abstract

An outbreak of equine influenza A/equi-2 in January, 1987, first affected equines in and around Delhi and later involved equines in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and the union territories of Delhi and Chandigarh; 84 of 3853 horses at Gwalior and 51 of 3236 at Indore died. Clinical signs...

Author(s)
Uppal, P. K.; Yadav, M. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1987, 121, 24, pp 569-570