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the NH 2 − terminus. 34 In sheep, the highest concentrations of PRNP mRNA transcripts are found in the thalamus and cerebrum followed by the cerebellum, spinal cord, spleen, other lymphoid tissues, brainstem, gastrointestinal tract, and

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sheep, 32,33 baboons, 34 and pigs. 35–38 Colostral cells pass through the intestinal wall, migrate to the lymphatic system, enter the systemic blood circulation, and are recirculated to important immune system organs such as the liver and spleen. 31

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recovered from skin lesions of diseased fish with an infection that presumably originated from the intestinal tract, from which trophozoites were isolated. The presence of LLD has also been associated with a reovirus-like agent isolated from a liver-spleen

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, spleen, and thymus. 47 Research is ongoing to better characterize cyanotoxins, including their geographic range and the conditions necessary for their production, as well as to elucidate their toxic effects. Where HABs occur In the United States

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