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Bromodeoxyuridine immunohistochemical determination of the lengths of the cell cycle and the DNA-synthetic phase for an anatomically defined population
Mathematically analysis, using one and two population models, indicates that over 90% of the proliferating cells in the dentate hilus at this age comprise a single population at least in terms of the lengths of the cell cycle and the S-phase.
EPIZOOTIOLOGY OF CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE IN FREE-RANGING CERVIDS IN COLORADO AND WYOMING
- M. Miller, E. Williams, E. T. Thorne
- Environmental ScienceJournal of wildlife diseases
- 1 October 2000
CWD has been occurring in northeastern Colorado and southeastern Wyoming for >30 yr, and may be best represented as an epizootic with a protracted time-scale, based on prevalence, spatial distribution, and modeling.
Coral recruitment and juvenile mortality as structuring factors for reef benthic communities in Biscayne National Park, USA
Abstract Coral communities of Biscayne National Park (BNP) on offshore linear bank-barrier reefs are depauperate of reef corals and have little topographic relief, while those on lagoonal patch reefs…
Hybridization within the species complex of the scleractinan coral Montastraea annularis
Results indicate that there is no inherent pre-zygotic barrier to cross-fertilization among the three morphological species, although post-zyGotic survival and fertility remain to be determined.
Evidence of a molecular barrier limiting susceptibility of humans, cattle and sheep to chronic wasting disease
It is shown that the CWD‐associated PrP‐res (PrPCWD) of cervids readily induces the conversion of recombinant cervid Prp‐sen molecules to the protease‐resistant state in accordance with the known transmissibility of CWD between cervids.
Chronic wasting disease in deer and elk in North America.
Knowledge of the geographic distribution of CWD has greatly improved since the mid-1990s as a result of surveillance in free-ranging deer and elk and in commercially owned Rocky Mountain elk, and the disease has now been found in multiple areas of the plains and Rocky Mountain foothills of western North America.
Oral transmission and early lymphoid tropism of chronic wasting disease PrPres in mule deer fawns (Odocoileus hemionus).
- C. Sigurdson, E. Williams, M. Miller, T. Spraker, K. O'Rourke, E. Hoover
- BiologyThe Journal of general virology
- 1 October 1999
It is indicated that CWD PrPres can be detected in lymphoid tissues draining the alimentary tract within a few weeks after oral exposure to infectious prions and may reflect the initial pathway of CWD infection in deer.
Maturation of rat visual cortex. I. A quantitative study of Golgi-impregnated pyramidal neurons
- M. Miller
- BiologyJournal of neurocytology
- 1 October 1981
This three day phase difference in maturation may reflect the cell birth dates, since autoradiographic evidence indicates that layer V pyramidal neurons reach the cortical plate about three days prior to those which occupy layer II/III in the adult visual cortex.
SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY IN FREE-RANGING MULE DEER (ODOCOILEUS HEMIONUS), WHITE-TAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS VIRGINIANUS) AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK (CERVUS ELAPHUS NELSONI) IN NORTHCENTRAL COLORADO
Clinical signs, gross and microscopic lesions and ancillary test findings in affected deer and elk were indistinguishable from those reported in chronic wasting disease of captive cervids.
Cloning of the mouse agouti gene predicts a secreted protein ubiquitously expressed in mice carrying the lethal yellow mutation.
Using the Is1GsO probe, the agouti gene is isolated and it is found that it has the potential to code for a secreted protein expressed in hair follicles and the epidermis, and that the level of expression correlates with the synthesis of yellow pigment.