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Prion Diseases

The rabbit prions were developed using the protein misfolding cyclic amplification (PMCA) technique; rabbit brain homogenate, either unseeded or seeded in vitro with disease-related prions obtained from different species, was subjected to serial rounds of PMCA. De novo rabbit prions produced in vitro from unseeded material were tested for infectivity in rabbits, with one of three intra-cerebrally challenged animals succumbing to disease at 766 d and displaying all of the characteristics of a TSE, thereby demonstrating that leporids are not resistant to prion infection. (Recent Advances in the Immunity Research of Rabbits to Prion Diseases: Jiapu Zhang) OMICS Group consists of Open Access Scholarly Journals and OMICS group conferences. Through its Scholarly Open Access Initiative is committed to make genuine and trustworthy contributions to the people who are doing research in the respective fields. OMICS Group hosts over 700+ peer-reviewed journals and organize over 3000+ International Scientific Conferences annually all over the world. OMICS International journals have over 15 million readers and the reputation and success of the same can be attributed to the strong editorial board which contains over 50,000+ editorial board members that ensure a rapid, quality and quick review process. Authors can now make use the newly launched OMICS Translation Services. Our experienced and professional translators only translate into their native languages French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese or English. Therefore, we guarantee the best exchange of knowledge and expertise to your targeted audience. The translation process is always followed by strict review procedures to ensure absolute accuracy. This guarantees free communication and exchange between scientists and creates more opportunities for future research on prion diseases around the world. Let us transcend linguistic barriers and spread scientific knowledge universally.
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Last date updated on June, 2014

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