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Theme: Understanding causes of TB breakdown in cattle herds

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SE3001: A Spatial Analysis using GIS of Risk Factors Associated with TB Incidents in Cattle Herds in England and Wales
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2003, Cost £188,373
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Epidemiology, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Zoonoses
 
 
SE3002: Ecological Correlates of Tuberculosis Incidence in Cattle
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2003, Cost £436,784
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Warwick
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Epidemiology, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Zoonoses
 
 
SE3003: Multivariate analysis of risk factors affecting incidence of TB infection in cattle
Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2000, Cost £37,563
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Royal Veterinary College
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Zoonoses
 
 
SE3004(2): Multivariate analysis of risk factors affecting tuberculosis incidence in cattle herds - phase 1
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2004, Cost £273,209
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Epidemiology, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Zoonoses
 
 
SE3005: Improved Diagnostics for Cattle
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2002, Cost £511,347
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Control, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Zoonoses, Biotechnology
 
 
SE3006(1): Quantification of the Risk of Transmission of Bovine TB from Badgers to Cattle within Localised Areas
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2002, Cost £167,504
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Badgers, Transmission, Zoonoses
 
 
SE3007: Integrated modelling of M. bovis transmission in badgers and cattle
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2003, Cost £902,769
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Transmission, Zoonoses, Biotechnology
 
 
SE3008: Detection and enumeration of Mycobacterium bovis from clinical and enviromental samples
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2004, Cost £548,808
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Diagnosis, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Zoonoses, Biotechnology
 
 
SE3009(2): The Risk to Cattle from Mycobacterium bovis Infection in Wildlife Species other than Badgers
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2004, Cost £1,214,788
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Oxford
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Epidemiology, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Transmission, Zoonoses, Biotechnology
 
 
SE3011: Understanding the Route of TB Transmisssion from Badgers to Cattle.
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1999 To 2001, Cost £266,942
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   University - Bristol
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Keywords:  
Bovine Tuberculosis, Epidemiology, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Zoonoses
 
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