AHVLA

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AHVLAAnimal Health Veterinary Laboratories Agency (UK)
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interrogans serovar Canicola (strain Hond Utrecht IV; from AHVLA, UK) were prepared by inoculation of 20 mL EMJH (Becton Dickinson, USA) media with 1mL pure culture (passage number 1) and incubated for 7 days at 30[degrees]C with orbital agitation at 50 rpm.
Finally, if HPAI is confirmed, its presence is notifiable, triggering legal duties on the part of the State (the AHVLA's role as an arm of a government department is now crucial).
The AHVLA said: "We are working to trace where the infection came from and where it has gone to."
From Great Britain's Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA), we obtained 10% (w/v) brain homogenates prepared in sterile saline from sheep with neuropathologically confirmed prion disease and demonstrated ability to transmit prion disease to transgenic mice expressing ovine PrP or to wild-type mice (Table 1).
The BVA's cattle division is currently working with the AHVLA to organise "Cymorth TB", a new Welsh Government bTB pilot scheme.
There is a legal requirement under UK law to report bovine abortions to the local AHVLA (Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency) office, they will then decide if a brucellosis investigation will be carried out.
Figures published yesterday by the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA) show that 11 cases have now been confirmed in cattle, with the remainder all in sheep.
Further information and guidance is available from the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA) on 0300 303 8268.
The NSA, which is carrying out the study in conjunction with a number of industry bodies including AHVLA, and Eblex, said the survey should be completed once lambing is finished.
By January 10, the number of cases in cattle and sheep stood at 106, according to figures collated by the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA) using different diagnostic methods.
In the House of Commons last week, UK farming minister Jim Paice told MPs there were no plans to reconsider a decision to close two AHVLA laboratories in Wales in response to SBV.