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Volume 15, Number 5—May 2009

Research

A Case–Control Study on the Origin of Atypical Scrapie in Sheep, France

Alexandre FediaevskyComments to Author , Eric Morignat, Christian Ducrot, and Didier Calavas
Author affiliations: Agence Française de Sécurité Sanitaire des Aliments, Lyon, France (A. Fediaevsky, E. Morignat, D. Calavas); Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Clermont-Theix, France (A. Fediaevsky, C, Ducrot)

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Table 1

Genotypes grouped by levels of genetic risk for atypical scrapie in sheep, France*

GroupGenotypes of prnp geneCoded level
1ALRR-ALRQ, ALRR-VLRQ, ALRQ-ALRQ, ALRQ-ALRH, ALRQ-VLRQ0
2ALRR-ALRR, ALRR-ALRH, VLRQ-VLRQ1
3ALHQ-ALRH, ALHQ-VLRQ, AFRQ-ALRH, ALRH-ALRH, AFRQ-VLRQ, ALRH-VLRQ2
4ALRR-ALHQ, ALRR-AFRQ, ALHQ-ALRQ, AFRQ-ALRQ3
5ALHQ-ALHQ, ALHQ-AFRQ, AFRQ-AFRQ4

*Groups showed homogeneous odds ratios for atypical scrapie. The level of risk is the value of the corresponding log linear variable introduced into the multivariate model. prnp, prion protein.

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