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Detection of CWD in cervids by RT-QuIC assay of third eyelids

, University of Georgia who provided the deer used in this study and without whom this study would not have been possible. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Sarah K. Cooper, Clare E. Hoover, Davin M ... . Henderson. Data curation: Sarah K. Cooper, Clare E. Hoover, Davin M. Henderson. Formal analysis: Sarah K. Cooper, Clare E. Hoover, Davin M. Henderson. Funding acquisition: Candace K. Mathiason, Edward A

PrPC expression and prion seeding activity in the alimentary tract and lymphoid tissue of deer

help with deer necropsies, sample collection, and care of the deer. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Kristen A. Davenport, Clare E. Hoover, Candace K. Mathiason. Data curation: Clare E. Hoover ... . Formal analysis: Kristen A. Davenport. Funding acquisition: Glenn C. Telling, Edward A. Hoover. Investigation: Kristen A. Davenport, Clare E. Hoover. Methodology: Kristen A. Davenport, Clare E. Hoover

Detection and Quantification of CWD Prions in Fixed Paraffin Embedded Tissues by Real-Time Quaking-Induced Conversion

Traditional diagnostic detection of chronic wasting disease (CWD) relies on immunodetection of misfolded CWD prion protein (PrPCWD) by western blotting, ELISA, or immunohistochemistry (IHC). These techniques require separate sample collections (frozen and fixed) which may result in discrepancies due to variation in prion tissue distribution and assay sensitivities that limit...