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Table 3 Details of sheep fed milk from scrapie-affected goats

From: Evidence of scrapie transmission to sheep via goat milk

Donor Milk volume fed [litre] Recipient PRNP codon 141 First ante-mortem detection of PrPsc (percentage of the survival time) or last negative rectal biopsy Survival time [days of age]
G1383 87 1286a LL 803 (62 %) 1285
87 1287a LF 585 (44 %) 1325
G1415 82 1319a LL 1065 (95 %) 1122
82 1320a LF 795 (51 %) 1552
G1427 76b 1294a LL 1045 (84 %) 1243
76b 1293 LL 583 (45 %) 1284
BIM 63 1329 LL 1034 (80 %) 1298
67 1302 LF 800 (55 %) 1466
G1143 57 1324a LF 1366 (94 %) 1460
57 1323a LF 983 (66 %) 1486
BII 38b 1321a LF 794 (60 %) 1333
38b 1322 LF 1064 (71 %) 1493
G1465 8 1333a LL 1358 1433
9 1332a LF 1761 1872
G1472 8 1330 LL 1361 1519
8 1331 LF 1761 1872
Control –––– 1310 LF 1771 1882
Control –––– 1318 LF 1768 1880
Control –––– 1325 LF 1762 1867
Control –––– 1334 LF 1758 1864
Control –––– 1338 LL 1752 1858
  1. aFemale; all other sheep were castrated males; bIncluded colostrum. Lambs were fed goat milk between 16 and 32 h (mean 24 h) after being born