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VETS are being encouraged to swab more horses showing signs of infectious respiratory disease to help improve surveillance for equine influenza.
Richard Newton, head of epidemiology and disease surveillance, and Debra Elton, head of virology, at the Animal Health Trust, run a surveillance scheme for the disease, which is funded by the Horserace Betting Levy Board. The scheme was set up to monitor genetic and antigenic changes in the equine influenza virus and provides free diagnostic testing to vets. ‘When called to a sick horse …
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