Scientists ID virus that causes Theiler's disease in horses

03/20/2013 | Nature (free content)

U.S. scientists have used RNA analysis to identify the virus that causes Theiler's disease, a type of equine hepatitis that has stumped veterinarians for nearly a century. The virus, called Theiler's disease-associated virus, or TDAV, belongs to the same family of viruses that cause hepatitis C, yellow fever and dengue fever.

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