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Association of bovine papillomavirus type 2 and bracken fern with bladder cancer in cattle.
- M. Campo, W. Jarrett, R. Barron, B. O'Neil, K. Smith
- Biology, Medicine
- Cancer research
- 15 December 1992
The bladder cancer syndrome that often accompanies chronic enzootic hematuria in cattle grazing on pastures infested by bracken fern has been experimentally reproduced in animals fed a diet of… Expand
High incidence area of cattle cancer with a possible interaction between an environmental carcinogen and a papilloma virus
Cattle in upland areas of Scotland and northern England are substantially more prone to alimentary cancer than those of the immediately neighbouring lowlands, and epidemiological evidence implicates… Expand
Anemia associated with feline leukemia virus infection in cats.
- L. Mackey, W. Jarrett, O. Jarrett, H. Laird
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of the National Cancer Institute
The types of anemia associated with natural and experimental feline leukemia virus (FeLV) infection in cats were investigated. In one experiment, 10 kittens were inoculated neonatally with Jarrett… Expand
A VIRUS-LIKE PARTICLE ASSOCIATED WITH LEUKEMIA (LYMPHOSARCOMA).
Experimental reproduction of the papilloma-carcinoma complex of the alimentary canal in cattle.
Bovine papillomavirus type 4 (BPV-4) is the aetiological agent of epithelial papillomas of the upper alimentary canal in cattle. These benign tumours can become a focus for transformation to squamous… Expand
Feline leukemia-virus infection of kittens: mortality associated with atrophy of the thymus and lymphoid depletion.
Vaccination of cattle with the N-terminus of L2 is necessary and sufficient for preventing infection by bovine papillomavirus-4.
We have previously shown that cattle vaccinated with L2, the minor structural protein of bovine papillomavirus-4 (BPV-4), do not develop alimentary papillomas upon challenge with BPV-4. Analysis of… Expand
A cutaneous fibropapilloma from a red deer (Cervus elaphus) associated with a papillomavirus.
A cutaneous fibropapilloma was found on a Scottish red deer (Cervus elaphus), and a papillomavirus was isolated from it. The virus appeared to be related to bovine papillomavirus type 1 (BPV1) or… Expand