A review of asymptomatic and sub-clinical Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Infections

Researchers conducted a review of molecular and serological investigations through PubMed and EMBASE from September 2012 to 15 November 2018 to measure sub-clinical or asymptomatic Middle East Respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection within and outside of health care settings.


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Equine Influenza Virus—A Neglected, Reemergent Disease Threat

Equine influenza virus infection risk is not limited to equids; dogs, cats, and humans are susceptible. Equine influenza is spread by direct and indirect contact, and recent epizootics also suggest wind-aided aerosol transmission, and with increased international transport and commerce in horses this could lead to emergent strains and potential global spread.