From: pun (pd353b0.tkyoac00.ap.so-net.ne.jp)
Subject: Re: Detection of prion in peripheral nerve (11th BSE case of Japan)
Date: November 18, 2004 at 4:58 pm PST
In Reply to: Re: Detection of prion in peripheral nerve (11th BSE case of Japan) posted by TSS on November 8, 2004 at 8:16 am:
Japan Consumer Press online
Nippon shouhisha shinbun
Last modified, 11/09/2004 13:42:49
BSE death cow's anomalous prion detected from peripheral nerve tissue,
First time from non-Specified Risk Material, or SRM
National Institute of Animal Health Animal announced on November 1 that it had detected the anomalous prion protein that was the etiologic agent of the mad cow disease, or BSE, or bovine spongiform encephaalopathy, from the peripheral nerve tissue and the suprarenal gland of the cow of the age in the mad cow disease for the dying infection 94 months on March 9 this year.
Japan is obligating the removal of the Specified Risk Material, or SRM such as the head, the spinal cord, the vertebral columns, and the small
intestines that accumulate the anomalous prion protein easily as a BSE
(bovine spongiform encephaalopathy) measures.
Because the mad cow disease etiologic agent was detected from a tissue
different from the Specified Risk Material, or SRM, the review of the
Specified Risk Material, or SRM might be urged on the Japanese Government.
International Symposium of PRION DISEASES for food and drug safety
national institute of animal health(only in Japanese)
The statement of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
(only in Japanese)
Yomiuri on line (only in Japanese)
Asahi on line(only in Japanese)
Mainichi on line(only in Japanese)
Post a Followup