Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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ANALYSIS ON DETECTION OF EQUINE VIRUSES BY REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE-PCR METHOD FROM EQUINE SERUM
Raghu bheemanathi, Dr. Syed shahab Ahmad
Abstract
Equine influenza is a common cause of equine respiratory disease epidemics. It is the most common animal disease that causes severe respiratory infections in a wide variety of species, the influenza group. There is a high mortality rate and low morality associated with equine influenza (EI), which has had an impact on global trade in horses due to the widespread spread of the equine influenza A virus (EIV-A). As a result of the virus's rapid spread, which can be accomplished through direct contact or inhalation, only a small portion of the world has remained free of infection. The current methods of diagnosis are labor-intensive and reliant on a laboratory setting. Improved disease management, treatment options, and health outcomes will result from improved disease detection. Isothermal diagnostic techniques, such as loop-mediated isothermal amplification, and their use as point-of-care diagnostics for the equine industry, are discussed here in this article.
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Equine influenza is a common cause of equine respiratory disease epidemics.
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