pferde spiegel 2021; 24(04): 171-181
DOI: 10.1055/a-1584-2428

Papillomvirusinfektion als Ursache von Hauttumoren beim Pferd

Sabine Brandt

Papillomviren sind eine Familie kleiner DNS-Viren, die je nach Typ harmlose Hautveränderungen oder aber bestimmte Formen von Hautkrebs bei Wirbeltieren verursachen. Auch Pferde können an Papillomvirus-induzierten Hauttumoren erkranken.

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15 December 2021

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