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Contractor / Funded Organisation: APHA (Animal and Plant Health Agency)

Detailed below are science projects undertaken for, or managed on behalf of, Defra by the Contractor/Funded Organisation selected.

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SE0316: Brucellosis diagnostics and immunology
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2015 To 2020, Cost £230,215
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Other non-food borne zoonoses
 
 
SE1961: TSE Capability
Description - Objective - Time Scale
From 2016 To 2020
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Mechanisms of pathogenesis in spongiform encephalopathies
 
 
SE3297: Mycobacterial determinants of survival and fitness within the bovine host
Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2016 To 2020, Cost £250,270
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Developing improved control strategies for TB in cattle and badgers
Keywords:  
Bovine, Animal Diseases, Animal Health, Plants and Animals, Tuberculosis
 
 
SE3304: Development of a DIVA skin test for use alongside BCG vaccination
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2017 To 2020, Cost £1,941,339
Theme:   Surveillance: Endemic Diseases and Animal Welfare
Keywords:  
 
 
SE3312: DIVA skin test reagent and OIE bovine tuberculin international standard
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2019 To 2021, Cost £1,806,709
Theme:   Surveillance: Endemic Diseases and Animal Welfare
Keywords:  
 
 
SE3318: Development of a Tuberculin Replacement Test
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 2019 To 2021, Cost £856,228
Theme:   Surveillance: Endemic Diseases and Animal Welfare
Keywords:  
 
 
SE4116: Building capability against vector-borne diseases - Core Funded
Description - Objective - Time Scale
From 2019 To 2023
Field of Study:   Animal Health
Theme:   Vector Borne Diseases
Keywords:  
Animals
 
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