Published in Blood Weekly, September 28th, 2000
In the study, F. Houston and colleagues at the Institute for Animal Health, Edinburgh, Scotland, fed a breed of U.K. sheep a sample of BSE-affected cattle brain. Sheep were used as the experimental model because they harbor the infectious agent of BSE in tissues other than the brain and spinal cord, as do humans. Blood was...
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