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From: anderson (198.24.31.122)
Subject: RE: TSE infection in a goats brain which tests cannot distinguish from BSE
Date: February 1, 2005 at 4:42 pm PST

In Reply to: Commission submits French Research Findings on TSE in a goat to Expert Panel (TSE infection in a goats brain which tests cannot distinguish from BSE) posted by TSS on October 28, 2004 at 7:20 am:

TSE is BSE first identified in sheep over than 200 years ago. Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies are not host specific, neither virus nor bacteria but a recently discovered unique protein vector called prions. It is indistigushable from scrapie and is infectious to human and probably every warm blooded protein based organism that lives on earth. Because it takes years before degenerative symptom develope, it is not detected in most livestock with the exception of dairy and service animals that are maintained through maturity and longer. Caution: do not rely on government and industry to report detrimental findings



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