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scrapie

A chronic neurological disease of sheep and goats, similar to other spongiform encephalopathies and much used as a model for studying the diseases. Controversy still surrounds the nature of the transmissible agent slow viruses are proposed by some workers, prions by an increasing number of others.


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... February 16th, 2001: Dr Joe Gibbs, 76 —Expertise: An expert on neurological diseases who helped show that maladies like mad cow disease and scrapie are infectious rather than genetic. —Circumstance of Death: Died of a heart attack while in a hospital in Washington another neurodegerative ...

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The Fiber Disease

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