Specimens had been screened as appropriate for poisons and specific pathogens, including rabies, equine herpes virus, African horse sickness virus, and equine encephalosis virus (4,5).
What does AHSV stand for?
AHSV stands for African Horse Sickness Virus
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- American High School Theatre Festival
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- Ashland High School Theatrical Society (Ashland, MA)
- Air-Actuated Hydraulic Swaging Unit (Swagelok)
- American Health Science University
- Adaptable High-Speed Undersea Munition
- Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities (Canada)
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- Anchor Handling Supply Vessel
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- African Horse Sickness Virus Serotype 3
- African Horse Sickness Virus Serotype 4
- Adult Human Saphenous Vein Endothelial Cells
- Armoured Heavy Support Vehicle System (National Defence and the Canadian Forces; Canada)
- Abiadura Handiko Trenaren (Basque: High Speed Train)
- Acoustic Homing Torpedo
- Acute Head Trauma
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The genus Orbivirus contains several viruses such as bluetongue virus (BTV; 26 serotypes), epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus (EHDV; 8 serotypes), and African horse sickness virus (AHSV; 9 serotypes).
Camels are susceptible to infection by Rift Valley fever virus (RVFV), West Nile virus (WNV), and African horse sickness virus (AHSV), although their epidemiologic role in these diseases is uncertain (l-3).
The first paragraph of the article incorrectly states that African horse sickness virus is circulating in Europe.
However, bluetongue virus and African horse sickness virus are not present in the United Kingdom, and because its climate is cooler than that of southern Europe, they are not likely to become established in the near future (http ://www.