Associations between West Nile Virus infection and candidate genes in Romanian horses from the Danube delta: not only OAS1 - Supplementary files

Published: 20 February 2019| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/b9rn2xd58s.3
Karla Stejskalova, Eva Janova, Cenek Horecky, Eliska Horecka, Petr Vaclavek, Zdenek Hubalek, Katja Relling, Michaela Cvanova, Gianluca d´Amico, Andrei Mihalca, David Modry, Ales Knoll, Petr Horin


Associations between polymorphic RFLP and microsatellite markers in candidate immunity related genes and WNV seropozitivity/seronegativity in a model population of semi-feral romanian horses from the Danube river delta were studied. Here we provide complete data including marker positions, PCR primers, restriction enzymes and digestion protocols, and all results obtained for single markers and combined genotypes in all statistic models calculated.



Veterinarni a Farmaceuticka Univerzita v Brne


Animal Genetics, West Nile Virus, Horse Model, Association Analysis