C S Grabara

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Inherited myoclonus of Poll Hereford calves is characterized by hyperesthesia and myoclonic jerks of the skeletal musculature, which occur spontaneously and in response to sensory stimuli. The disease shows autosomal recessive inheritance, and significant proportions of the Poll Hereford herds in many countries are thought to be carriers of the mutant gene.(More)
Akabane disease in cattle is characterized by congenital abnormalities including arthrogryposis, which is characterized by a depletion of spinal ventral horn motoneurons, a loss of axons, and depletion of myelin in the lateral and ventral tracts. These neuropathological changes produced major reductions (70-80%) in the density of muscarinic cholinergic,(More)
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