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  • Kelly Ryan and Wilfred Goldmann contributed a popular paper on UK ferral goats.

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  • Vaccari G, Panagiotidis CH, Acin C, Peletto S, Barillet F, Acutis P, Bossers A, Langeveld J, Van Keulen L, Sklaviadis T, Badiola JJ, Andréoletti O, Groschup MH, Agrimi U, Foster J, Goldmann W. State-of-the-art review of goat TSE in the European Union, with special emphasis on PRNP genetics and epidemiology. Vet Res. 2009 Sep-Oct;40(5):48. Epub 2009 May 28.

  • Barillet et al. (2009). Identification of seven haplotypes of the caprine PrP gene at codons 127, 142, 154, 211, 222 and 240 in French Alpine and Saanen breeds and their association with classical scrapie.
    Journal of General Virology 2009 90: 769-776. You can also request a copy from Francis Barillet.

  • Colussi et al. (2008). Histidine at codon 154 of the prion protein gene is a risk factor for Nor98 scrapie in goats. J Gen Virol. 2008 Dec;89(Pt 12):3173-6.

  • Acutis et al. (2008). Genetic variability of the PRNP gene in goat breeds from Northern and Southern Italy. J Appl Microbiol. 2008 Jun;104(6):1782-9. 

    Scrapie en borregos y cabras. Coordinadoras: Rosa del Carmen Xiconténcatl Palacios, Nora Fernández Jaramillo, (Dirección de Fomento Editorial).
  • Bouzalas, I. G., Lortscher, F., Dovas, C. I., Oevermann, A., Langeveld, J. P., Papanastassopoulou, M., Papadopoulos, O., Zurbriggen, A. & Seuberlich, T. (2011). A Distinct Proteinase K Resistant Prion Protein Fragment in Goats with No Signs of Disease in a Classical Scrapie Outbreak. Journal of clinical microbiology.
  • Eiden, M., Soto, E. O., Mettenleiter, T. C. & Groschup, M. H. (2011). Effects of polymorphisms in ovine and caprine prion protein alleles on cell-free conversion. Veterinary research 42, 30.
  • Jacobs, J. G., Sauer, M., van Keulen, L. J., Tang, Y., Bossers, A. & Langeveld, J. P. (2011). Differentiation of ruminant transmissible spongiform encephalopathy isolate types, including bovine spongiform encephalopathy and CH1641 scrapie. The Journal of general virology 92, 222-232.
  • Padilla, D., Beringue, V., Espinosa, J. C., Andreoletti, O., Jaumain, E., Reine, F., Herzog, L., Gutierrez-Adan, A., Pintado, B., Laude, H. & Torres, J. M. (2011). Sheep and goat BSE propagate more efficiently than cattle BSE in human PrP transgenic mice. PLoS pathogens 7, e1001319.
  • Monleon, E., Garza, M. C., Sarasa, R., Alvarez-Rodriguez, J., Bolea, R., Monzon, M., Vargas, M. A., Badiola, J. J. & Acin, C. (2011). An assessment of the efficiency of PrPsc detection in rectal mucosa and third-eyelid biopsies from animals infected with scrapie. Veterinary microbiology 147, 237-243.
  • Pirisinu, L., Migliore, S., Di Bari, M. A., Esposito, E., Baron, T., D'Agostino, C., De Grossi, L., Vaccari, G., Agrimi, U. & Nonno, R. (2011). Molecular discrimination of sheep bovine spongiform encephalopathy from scrapie. Emerging infectious diseases 17, 695-698.


List of publications of goat TSEs from scientific and political community (.pdf file).


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