camelid


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camelid

members of the family Camelidae; includes camels and the South American camelids—alpaca, guanaco, llama, vicuna.
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Therefore, our finding of high neutralizing antibody titers in camelids is suggestive (but not evidentiary) of the presence of viruses conspecific with MERS-CoV in camelids.
The example is of cotton and the pendant cords are wrapped in stacked bands of camelid fibre threads of different colours.
He added that although the population of camelids worldwide is small compared to many other domestic animal species, their importance is disproportionately high in arid and semi-arid lands and in the highlands, which together represent one third of the earth's landmass.
Camelid Infectious Disorders is co-authored by Prof Ulli Wernery, scientific director of the Central Veterinary Research Laboratory (CVRL) in Dubai, Dr Joerg Kinne, veterinary pathologist, and Prof Rolf K.
The purpose of the early stage of GenVec/WUSTL collaborative work will be to explore how the durability and targeting potential of WUSTL's camelid antibodies can be combined with the strengths of GenVec's gorilla adenovectors to yield precision-targeted compounds that may effectively address a variety of disease indications.
Until some five thousand years ago, wild camelids related to llamas roamed the North American plains.
Wheeler, director of the South American Camelid Research and Development Organization in Lima.
At present there are four camelid species in South America: llama (Lama glama) and alpaca (Lama pacos), both domesticated, and vicuna (Vicugna vicugna) and guanaco (Lama guanicoe), both wild.
Both dp4 and m1 of the camelid from Fain Ranch Locality are hypsodont.
More than 200 scientists from different parts of the world will gather to discuss the conference theme "challenges facing camelids in a changing world".
Many animals have obviously already been cloned but Injaz is the first camelid to be cloned.
In our study, production of infectious virus particles was seen in goat lung and kidney cells and in camelid kidney cells.