Association between inflammatory airway disease of horses and exposure to respiratory viruses: a case control study.

Houtsma, Ashley.
Bedenice, Daniela.
Pusterla, Nicola.
Pugliese, Brenna.
Mapes, Samantha.
Hoffman, Andrew M.
Paxson, Julia.
Rozanski, Elizabeth.
Mukherjee, Jean.
Wigley, Margaret.
Mazan, Melissa R.
2015

Background: Inflammatory airway disease (IAD) in horses, similar to asthma in humans, is a common cause of chronic poor respiratory health and exercise intolerance due to airway inflammation and exaggerated airway constrictive responses. Human rhinovirus is an important trigger for the development of asthma; a similar role for viral respi... read more

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Houtsma, Ashley, Daniela Bedenice, Nicola Pusterla, Brenna Pugliese, Samantha Mapes, Andrew M. Hoffman, Julia Paxson, Elizabeth Rozanski, Jean Mukherjee, Margaret Wigley, and Melissa R. Mazan. "Association between inflammatory airway disease of horses and exposure to respiratory viruses: a case control study." Multidisciplinary Respiratory Medicine 10, no. 1 (12, 2015): 1-11.
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