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Equid herpesvirus-1 infections cause respiratory, neurological and reproductive syndromes. Despite preventive treatments with vaccines, resurgence of EHV-1 infection still constitutes a major threat to equine industry. However, no antiviral compound is available to treat infected horses. In this...

Author(s)
Thieulent, C.; Hue, E. S.; Sutton, G.; Fortier, C.; Dallemagne, P.; Zientara, S.; Munier-Lehmann, H.; Hans, A.; Paillot, R.; Vidalain, P. O.; Pronost, S.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Antiviral Research, 2020, 183,
Abstract

Unilateral keratitis in six adult horses responded within 4-7 days to application of eye ointment containing 0.5% idoxuridine.

Author(s)
Matthews, A. G.; Handscombe, M. C.
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1983, Suppl.2, pp 29-31
Abstract

A virulent Bulgarian strain of equine herpesvirus 1 was attenuated by culture in the presence of idoxuridine. It was proposed to issue this virus in freeze-dried form as a vaccine under the name "Bivak".

Author(s)
Tatarov, G.; Dilovski, M.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1986, 23, 7, pp 33-40
Abstract

A RNA virus isolated from a horse at Berne (Switzerland) seemed to belong to a new family of viruses. Polypeptide synthesis in cultures of embryonic mule skin cells was studied. Unlike equine herpesvirus, Berne virus was not inhibited by idoxuridine. It was serologically unrelated to the...

Author(s)
Horzinek, M. C.; Weiss, M.; Ederveen, J.
Citation
Journal of General Virology, 1984, 65, 3, pp 645-649
Abstract

Electron microscopic examination of a cell line derived from an equine sarcoid revealed intracytoplasmic oncornavirus-like particles. Cells treated with idoxuridine-dimethyl sulphoxide (IDU-DMSO) showed a two- to four-fold increase in the number of particles as compared with untreated cells or...

Author(s)
England, J. J.; Watson, R. E., Jr; Larson, K. A.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1973, 34, No.12, pp 1601-1603
Abstract

Feline panleucopenia (FPL) virus was isolated on direct monolayer culture from the spleen of an affected cat. It formed intranuclear inclusions in cat kidney cell cultures, but no definite cytopathic effect. The virus was resistant to ether, chloroform, sodium deoxycholate, and ph 3.0. It was not...

Author(s)
Goto, H.; Yachida, S.; Shirahata, T.; Shimizu, K.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1974, 36, No.3, pp 203-211
Abstract

Single-passage growth patterns of African horse-sickness virus in two different cell lines, MS and VERO, of monkey origin were compared by titrating extracellular virus in cultures infected at high multiplicity. Both by fluorescent-antibody and acridine orange staining techniques, large antigenic...

Author(s)
Ozawa, Y.
Citation
Archiv fur die gesamte Virusforschung, 1967, 21, pp 155-169

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