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Volume 24, Number 6—June 2018

Research

Prion Disease in Dromedary Camels, Algeria

Baaissa Babelhadj, Michele Angelo Di Bari, Laura Pirisinu, Barbara Chiappini, Semir Bechir Suheil Gaouar, Geraldina Riccardi, Stefano Marcon, Umberto Agrimi, Romolo Nonno, and Gabriele VaccariComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Ecole Normale Superieure Ouargla Laboratoire de Protection des Écosystèmes en Zones Arides et Semi Arides University Kasdi Merbah Ouargla, Ouargla, Algeria (B. Babelhadj); Istituto Superiore di Sanità Department of Food Safety, Nutrition and Veterinary Public Health, Rome, Italy (M.A. Di Bari, L. Pirisinu, B. Chiappini, G. Riccardi, S. Marcon, U. Agrimi, R. Nonno, G. Vaccari); Laboratoire de Physiopathologie et Biochimie de la Nutrition University Abou Bekr Bélkaid, Tlemcen, Algeria (S.B.S. Gaouar)

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Dromedary camel waiting at the Ouargla abattoir for antemortem inspection. The animal shows down and upwards movements of the head and teeth grinding. (Ahead of print - Video available in finalized issue)

Video 2. Dromedary camel waiting at the Ouargla abattoir for antemortem inspection. The animal shows down and upwards movements of the head and teeth grinding. (Ahead of print - Video available in finalized issue)

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