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How Do Prions Multiply
By mouth: These abnormal proteins which can lead to brain degeneration are in food containing brain tissue from affected animals. Herds are checked for this so this incidence is very rare. Cooking does not destroy them. There are probably 1-3 cases of this in the us per year. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not temp: It's a good question. Many bacterially affected food can be made safe by high temperature. Not so for prion infected meat. This means that whether cold or hot, badly prion infected meat cannot be made safe by heating. The good news is that prion-dangerous beef is exceedingly rare, whether processed or butchered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Traditionally classified human prion diseases include creuztfeld-jakob diseases (cjd), gerstmann-straussler-scheinker (gss) disease, fatal familial insomnia and kuru. Certain animal prion disease can be transmitted to humans including bovine spongifrm encephalopathy (mad cow disease), chronic wasting disease of mule deer and elk, and scrapie in sheep and goats. ...Read more
???: What are you asking? And why? We are unable to help unless you are specific. ...Read more
Tough question: There are about two dozen known prion diseases caused by more or less distinct prions. Yet the underlying prions do fal, into two large classes. Then there are normal prion type proteins found throughout the body and in the brain. The truth is that this is afield of such new and active research that a solid taxonomy has not yet been developed (so far as i know). ...Read more
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