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California serogroup virus infection in a horse with encephalitis



California serogroup virus infection in a horse with encephalitis



Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 186(4): 389-389



A yearling stallion with acute encephalitis was positive for antibody to the snowshoe hare serotype of the California serogroup in haemaglutination-inhibition, complement fixation and neutralization tests. No antibodies were detected to equine encephalomyelitis, Powasan, St. Louis encephalitis or Cache Valley viruses. The horse recovered uneventfully within one week.

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