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(1) The vectors were utilized to express bluetongue virus proteins.
(2) The bluetongue virus replicates in the insect.
(3) Once an area is infected with bluetongue, the disease is even harder to eradicate than foot - and - mouth.
(4) Bats eat a midge called Culicoides, which carries bluetongue, a devastating livestock disease that is moving northwards in Europe as a result of climate change.
(5) Bluetongue occurs in most species of ruminants , both domestic and wild.
(6) Bluetongue is AN arthropod-borne viral disease of sheep, goats, cattle ANd wild ruminANts.
(7) Bluetongue Virus (BTV), Bovine anti-, Negative Control.
(8) Non-structure protein (NS1) of bluetongue virus demonstrates high homology in its different serotypes and this can be base for group-specific detection.
(9) A classic example is provided by bluetongue disease, a virus that affects cattle, sheep(sentencedict.com), deer and goats and is spread by midges.
(10) The pathogenesis of bluetongue is inadequately understood.
(11) Bluetongue Virus (BTV), Bovine anti-, Positive Control.
(12) Bluetongue appeared out of the blue. And that could happen again.
(13) Catarrhal fever is any of several respiratory or oral diseases of livestock such as bluetongue in horses and sheep.
(14) Cause: belong to disease area of foot and mouth disease, small remasticate animal pestilence, sheep (goat) pox, bluetongue and ked itch disease.
(15) With the rapid development of serology experiments and bio-engineering technology, Bluetongue diagnosis has been made new progress in the study.
(16) Reason: belong to disease area of foot and mouth disease, small remasticate animal pestilence, sheep (goat) pox, bluetongue and ked itch disease. Sentencedict.com
(17) They would also like to see if other species such as goannas and bluetongue lizards could be taught not to eat cane toads.
(18) Objective:To establish a high sensitive bio-bar codes assay method for detecting bluetongue virus(BTV) VP7 protein.
(19) "The problem is that the life cycles of diseases such as bluetongue speed up as temperatures go up, " said Dr Chris Oura, of the Institute for Animal Health in Newbury.
(20) The invention has greater practical significance in the field of the diagnosis of the bluetongue and the inspection and quarantine of import and export, thus having wide application prospects.
(21) Just before Christmas this reindeer herd is grounded, due to recent outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease and Bluetongue virus.
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