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2019

Journal Article

** Badenhorst, M; de Heus, P; Auer, A; Rümenapf, T; Tegtmeyer, B; Kolodziejek, J; Nowotny, N; Steinmann, E; Cavalleri, JV (2019): No Evidence of Mosquito Involvement in the Transmission of Equine Hepacivirus (Flaviviridae) in an Epidemiological Survey of Austrian Horses. Viruses. 2019; 11(11):
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Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Badenhorst, M; de Heus, P; Auer, A; Rümenapf, T; Tegtmeyer, B; Steinmann, E; Nowotny, N; Cavalleri, JMV (2019): Frequent Occurrence Of Equine Hepatitis-Associated Virus Infections In Austrian Horses. -European College of Equine Internal Medicine (ECEIM) Congress 2019; Nov 20-23, 2019; Valencia, Spain.

Badenhorst, M; Tegtmeyer, B; Todt, D; Guthrie, A; Koeppel, KN; Feige, K; Campe, A; Steinmann, E; Cavalleri, J-MV (2019): First investigation of equine hepacivirus in horses and zebras on the African continent. -European Congress of Virology; APR 28-MAI 1, 2019; Rotterdam, Netherlands.

2018

Journal Article

** Badenhorst, M; Tegtmeyer, B; Todt, D; Guthrie, A; Feige, K; Campe, A; Steinmann, E; Cavalleri, JMV (2018): First detection and frequent occurrence of Equine Hepacivirus in horses on the African continent. Vet Microbiol. 2018; 223:51-58

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Badenhorst, M; Tegtmeyer, B; Todt, D; Guthrie, A; Feige, K; Steinmann, E; Cavalleri, JMV (2018): First Detection and Frequent Occurrence of Equine Hepacivirus in Horses on the African Continent. -American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Congress; Juni 12-19, 2018; Seattle, Washington, United States (USA).

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