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SD0426: Preparation of standard materials from cases of BSE and Scrapie
Time Scale & Cost
From 2005 To 2006, Cost £131,068
Contractors / Funded Organisations:  
Theme:   CSA Strategic & Cross-Cutting Science Projects
Keywords:  
 
 
SE0230: Development and maintenance of a flock of UK sheep naturally infected with scrapie
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 2000 To 2012, Cost £4,256,934
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Epidemiology of spongiform encephalopathies
Keywords:  
Epidemiology, Animal Health, Natural, Plants and Animals, Scrapie, Sheep, Tissues, TSEs
 
 
SE1428: Pathogenesis studies of experimental BSE in sheep
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1997 To 2009, Cost £4,326,711
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Institute for Animal Health (BBSRC), Roslin Institute, Edinburgh (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   NPU BSE research
Keywords:  
BSE, Animal Health, Pathogenesis, Plants and Animals, Sheep, Tissues, TSEs
 
 
SE1736: Experimental production of bovine tissues for validation of BSE diagnostic tests
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1997 To 2006, Cost £5,769,882
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Studies of natural and experimental spongiform encephalopathies related to diagnosis
Keywords:  
Bovine, BSE, Diagnosis, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Tissues, TSEs
 
 
SE1929: Studies of experimental BSE in genetically susceptible sheep
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1997 To 2013, Cost £7,249,039
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Mechanisms of pathogenesis in spongiform encephalopathies
Keywords:  
BSE, Animal Health, Pathogenesis, Plants and Animals, Sheep, Tissues, TSEs
 
 
SE1946: BSE in sheep: investigation of natural transmission within a breeding flock and supply of tissues for further research
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2013, Cost £4,250,457
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Mechanisms of pathogenesis in spongiform encephalopathies
Keywords:  
BSE, Animal Health, Pathogenesis, Plants and Animals, Sheep, Tissues, TSEs
 
 
SE1953: A study of the pathogenesis & clinical signs of experimental scrapie in sheep
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2011, Cost £2,418,159
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Mechanisms of pathogenesis in spongiform encephalopathies
Keywords:  
Animal Health, Pathogenesis, Plants and Animals, Scrapie, Sheep, Tissues, TSEs
 
 
SE1954: Studies on the pathogenesis of natural scrapie in an infected flock
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2006, Cost £909,003
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Veterinary Laboratories Agency
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Mechanisms of pathogenesis in spongiform encephalopathies
Keywords:  
BSE, Animal Health, Pathogenesis, Plants and Animals, Sheep, Tissues, TSEs
 
 
VM02139: Development and validation of confirmatory methodology for the determination of aminoglycoside antibiotics by LC-MS-MS
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2004 To 2007, Cost £241,277
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Animal Health, Veterinary Medicine
Theme:   VMD Biochemical
Keywords:  
Chemicals, Food Safety, Mass Spectrometry, Public Health, Tissues, Vaccine Development, Veterinary Medicines
 
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