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Viral encephalites of horses (review of the literature)


, : Viral encephalites of horses (review of the literature). Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (12): 38-44

In this review of the literature on encephalitis viruses of horses, notes are included on the history, distribution and culicid vectors of the viruses of Venezuelan equine, eastern equine, western equine, Japanese and Murray Valley encephalitis and West Nile viruses.

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