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Equine arteritis virus derived from an infectious cDNA clone is attenuated and genetically stable in infected stallions



Equine arteritis virus derived from an infectious cDNA clone is attenuated and genetically stable in infected stallions



Virology 260(1): 201-208



Two stallions inoculated intranasally with equine arteritis virus (EAV030H), derive from an infectious cDNA clone, did not develop clinical signs of the disease.

Accession: 003127886

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PMID: 10405372

DOI: 10.1006/viro.1999.9817

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