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Nature Medicine  7, 289 - 290 (2001)
doi:10.1038/85423

Blood simple prion diagnostics

Adriano Aguzzi

Institute of Neuropathology and National Reference Center for Prion Diseases University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
adriano@pathol.unizh.ch

One of the major challenges of the mad cow disease epidemic is the need for a good diagnostic test, to identify people and animals that have been infected with the infectious form of prion before symptoms appear. Differential display analysis may have revealed a good candidate marker (pages 361-364).

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