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  • Only the dangerously complacent or naïve could assume that we have safely put the BSE crisis behind us.

  • We consider the adequacy of the research carried out into BSE in Chapter 12 below.

  • First, if BSE is derived from scrapie, the scrapie agent might not be as stable as originally thought.

  • animals slaughtered for BSE is calculated in England under the TSE Regulations 2006.

  • Another UK national broadsheet, on 14 April 1996, carried an article on the ' BSE war ' .

  • He noted: Furthermore, we understand a cohort of calves born to cows that had BSE is being followed up.

  • Countries should assess the risk and take precautionary measures against developing BSE in cattle and the human disease vCJD.

  • Combining these controls is estimated to reduce risk by up to 90 per cent for all three sheep BSE scenarios they considered.

  • The update indicated that experimental BSE in sheep had been transmitted to mice through the intracerebral inoculation of infected spleen material.

  • An update on EU testing for pre-clinical and clinical BSE is also given.

  • more BSE and sheep BSE has never been found in the UK sheep flock.

  • August 1987 Development begins at the CVL of a BSE database, created to keep track of all confirmed BSE cases.

  • BSE crisis - the madness of the profit system EIGHTY PEOPLE have died a horrible death.

  • BSE in beef cattle may show up in humans.

  • BSE in sheep has reached absurd levels.

  • BSE in animals.

  • Along with the NSE, the companies listed on the BSE have a combined market capitalization of US$ 125.5 billion.

  • CWD is similar to BSE and scrapie, but affects only cervids (deer and elk ).

  • cohort cull or BSE off spring?

  • I remain concerned that we are not being consistent in our attempts to contain the risks of BSE.

  • BSE compensation - cohort cull or BSE off spring?

  • MAFF advice is that you do not retain for breeding the most recent offspring of a BSE affected dam.

  • discuss the implications of BSE for biological products containing bovine extracted material.

  • This BSE image of a zoned dolomite shows an electron microprobe traverse, outlined in red, with analysis spots at 2 µm intervals.

  • Ebola (virus) about foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in Japan, ebola fever, BSE and E-coli is available.

  • feed ban was introduced in August 1996 has developed BSE.

  • It was stated that a source material from a BSE free closed herd should be acceptable.

  • The research that was carried out was extensive and wide-ranging, for example: It identified that BSE had the histopathology of a TSE.

  • many hundreds of thousands of pounds have been poured into research attempting unsuccessfully to demonstrate that BSE occurs naturally in sheep.

  • incurable in animals and, so far, BSE has killed 180 people, mostly in Britain.

  • Only 0.5 g of infective material given orally has been found in experiments to be necessary to infect a sheep with BSE.

  • Can BSE be transmitted to cows inseminated with ' infected semen '?

  • BSE was made notifiable in June 1988 by the same Order that introduced the ruminant feed ban.

  • BSE became notifiable on 21 June 1988 and the slaughter and compensation program was introduced on 8 August 1988.

  • Because prohibited offal is handled by knackers and renderers, the processes were also examined in relation to possible occupational hazards from BSE.

  • The feeding of sheep offal to cattle is believed to be the original cause of BSE.

  • offspring of cows affected with BSE from your veterinary surgeon.

  • So when BSE cropped up on farms which were or were to become organic, it made no difference.

  • Examples include Salmonella in eggs, Listeria in pâtés and cheeses, the Scottish E. coli outbreak and Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE ).

  • It was first described in 1921 and therefore predates the BSE epidemic by many years.

  • The most common position among scientists is that the infective agent with BSE and CJD is a specific form of protein called a prion.

  • progeny of all cows that have been affected with BSE are currently recorded by the Central Veterinary Laboratory at Weybridge.

  • The family turns a corner and is confronted with a vast pyre of burning cows, but nobody's talking about BSE.

  • reasonable to assume that the agent of BSE will not replicate in cell cultures either.

  • All the exotic ruminants appear to be linked to the BSE epidemic via the consumption of contaminated feed.

  • BSE is believed to have been caused by the feeding of scrapie-infected sheep to cows, who are naturally vegetarians.

  • slaughter of cattle suspected of having BSE and the removal from the food chain of their milk and carcasses.

  • The vast majority of animals reaching slaughterhouses at present will not be infected with the BSE agent.

  • spinal cord from cattle incubating BSE ought not to have entered human food after the SBO ban in 1989.

  • spleen tissue with BSE agent could be shown once the species barrier had been passed.

  • As application we have in mind the case of BSE where specific birth cohorts may present distinct disease-free subpopulations.

  • There is an urgent need to determine BSE infectivity titres in a large variety of bovine tissues.

  • Mr Hogg pointed out that: It was clear from SEAC's advice that BSE was potentially transmissible from animals over 2½ years.

  • Who would buy and eat veal believed to be infected with BSE?

  • By this stage BSE had been designated a zoonosis.

  • The family turns a corner and is confronted with a vast pyre of burning cows, but nobody 's talking about BSE.

  • It seems reasonable to assume that the agent of BSE will not replicate in cell cultures either.

  • All the exotic ruminants appear to be linked to the BSE epidemic via the consumption of contaminated feed.

  • BSE is believed to have been caused by the feeding of scrapie-infected sheep to cows, who are naturally vegetarians.

  • These measures include the compulsory slaughter of cattle suspected of having BSE and the removal from the food chain of their milk and carcasses.

  • The vast majority of animals reaching slaughterhouses at present will not be infected with the BSE agent.

  • The origin of BSE was a practice initiated by farm feed giants: the inclusion of slaughterhouse waste in animal feeds.

  • Brain and spinal cord from cattle incubating BSE ought not to have entered human food after the SBO ban in 1989.

  • This was significant in that infectivity of spleen tissue with BSE agent could be shown once the species barrier had been passed.

  • As application we have in mind the case of BSE where specific birth cohorts may present distinct disease-free subpopulations.

  • Since the occurrence of BSE and vCJD, bovine thymus tissue should not be used in schools.

  • There is an urgent need to determine BSE infectivity titres in a large variety of bovine tissues.

  • Mr Hogg pointed out that: It was clear from SEAC 's advice that BSE was potentially transmissible from animals over 2½ years.

  • The development of an SE in a cat had raised a concern that BSE might be transmissible in a way that scrapie was not.

  • Who would buy and eat veal believed to be infected with BSE?

  • Secondly, a new agent, presumably BSE, is virulent in a way in which previous agents such as scrapie have not been.

  • By this stage BSE had been designated a zoonosis.

  • Timberwolf has taken extreme measures to ensure your pet is not in danger of contracting Mad Cow Disease by eliminating the risk of BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy), better known as Mad Cow Disease, contamination.

  • The Category III certification is necessary in order to qualify as an exporter due to the threat of BSE.

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