Understanding Venezuelan encephalitis

02/23/2012 | St. Augustine Record (Fla.), The

Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis (VEE) is transmitted by mosquitoes and causes mild infections in cattle, swine and dogs, but more serious disease in humans and horses, writes veterinarian Robert F. Kahrs. Sometimes referred to as Venezuelan encephalitis, the virus was first discovered in the 1930s, and various subtypes affect different geographic regions.

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