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Rétrovirus et pathologie comparée

Abstract : Retroviruses are RNA viruses that infect and can induce disease in humans and animals. Retroviral infections in small ruminants and horses share common features: when serology is available, infected animals can be seronegative; infected animals inconstantely develop disease; infection and disease can be experimentaly induced. Animal retroviruses are a cause of spontaneous diseases, transmissible among animals and model systems of human diseases.
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Jean-François Mornex, Yahia Chebloune, Caroline Leroux, Jean-Luc Cadore. Rétrovirus et pathologie comparée. Bulletin de l'Académie Vétérinaire de France, Académie vétérinaire de France, 2003, 156 (4), pp.79-83. ⟨hal-02669680⟩

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