Demystifying Medicine Video



This video teaches teenagers and younger children about mad cow disease. Learn about how prions become infectious, how they are created and how mad cow disease is caused.

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References
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  • Bremer, J., Baumann, F., Tiberi, C., Wessig, C., Fischer, H., Schwarz,P., Steele, A., Toyka, K., Nave, K., Weis, J., Aguzzi, A. (2010). Axonal prion protein is required for peripheral myelin maintenance. Nature Neuroscience, 13, 310–318



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