Equine arteritis virus

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Equine arteritis virus

(Science: virology) a virus of the genus Pestivirus, a member of the family togaviridae, that causes equine viral arteritis.

It is probably the most common cause of equine influenza and an important equine respiratory disease frequently causing abortion, pneumonia, or other infections.

Synonym: infectious arteritis virus of horses.