Regulatory Matters

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Regulatory Matters AS 221 Fall, 2005
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Coggins test--EIA Federal accreditation required to submit Regulations vary from state to state Proper identification is vital Both test form and sample
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EIA Retrovirus Transmission by biting insects, contaminated needles, etc. No vaccine currently Reportable disease!
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Tuberculosis Mycobacterium bovis Zoonotic Largely eradicated in US due to government program Herd testing Slaughterhouse inspection Transmission through raw milk, aerosol Tuberculin skin test Caudal fold Comparative cervical
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TB testing cattle Caudal fold test Intradermal inj of tuberculin Read @ 72 hours Any reaction is reported Comparative cervical test
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Unformatted text preview: TB testing cattle Comparative cervical test for suspect cases M. bovis and M. avium extracts are injected, and reactions noted Positive reactors are slaughtered and necropsied Brucellosis Brucella abortus Bangs disease Zoonoticundulant fever in humans In cattle, causes abortions in cows, scrotal swelling, epididymitis in bulls Infertility results Brucellosis Massachusetts is currently a brucellosis free state Strain 19 vaccine vs. new Strain RB51 No false positives with new vaccine Can use in cattle >3 months old Usually 4-12 months old Eartag and tattoo to identify...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2009 for the course AS 221 taught by Professor Newell during the Fall '05 term at Becker College.

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