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Volume 18, Number 12—December 2012

Nonprimate Hepaciviruses in Domestic Horses, United Kingdom

Sinéad Lyons, Amit Kapoor, Colin Sharp, Bradley S. Schneider, Nathan D. Wolfe, Geoff Culshaw, Brendan Corcoran, Bruce C. McGorum, and Peter SimmondsComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (S. Lyons, C. Sharp, G. Culshaw, B. Corcoran, B.C. McGorum, P. Simmonds); Columbia University, New York, New York, USA (A. Kapoor); Global Viral Forecasting Initiative, San Francisco, California, USA (B.S. Schneider, N.D. Wolfe)

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Table 4

Clinical features of domestic horses infected by nonprimate hepaciviruses, United Kingdom*

Horse Sample Collection date Area Age, y/sex Presenting disease
1 EF_317/98 1998 Caithness 8/F Lameness
2 EF_330/97 1997 Perthshire 12/M Inflammatory airway disease
3 EF_369/11 2011 Dec 2 Lothian 20/M Lameness; no lung disease
EF_374/12 2012 Mar 1 Lameness; no lung disease
EF_523/12 2012 Mar 23 Lameness; no lung disease

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