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Elizabeth S. Williams mainly investigates Chronic wasting disease, Odocoileus, Virology, Rocky Mountain elk and Veterinary medicine. The various areas that Elizabeth S. Williams examines in her Chronic wasting disease study include Transmission and Bovine spongiform encephalopathy. Her Odocoileus research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Immunohistochemistry, Horizontal transmission and Free ranging.
Her Virology research includes elements of Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, Genetically modified mouse, Transgene and Genotype. Her Rocky Mountain elk study combines topics in areas such as Spongiform encephalopathy and Emaciation. The concepts of her Veterinary medicine study are interwoven with issues in Epidemiology and Cervus elaphus nelsoni.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Chronic wasting disease, Virology, Odocoileus, Veterinary medicine and Pathology. Her Chronic wasting disease research incorporates themes from Transmission, Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, Bovine spongiform encephalopathy and Rocky Mountain elk. Elizabeth S. Williams combines subjects such as Transgene, Spleen, Immunology and Genotype with her study of Virology.
The Odocoileus study combines topics in areas such as Lymphatic system, Keratoconjunctivitis and Free ranging. Her studies deal with areas such as Inoculation, Serology, Epizootic and Cervus elaphus nelsoni as well as Veterinary medicine. In her research, Amyloid is intimately related to Neuropil, which falls under the overarching field of Pathology.
Elizabeth S. Williams mainly focuses on Chronic wasting disease, Virology, Odocoileus, Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy and Pathology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transmission, Inoculation and Immunohistochemistry. Her Virology research incorporates elements of Transgene, Incubation, Spleen, Genotype and Western blot.
Her studies in Odocoileus integrate themes in fields like Veterinary medicine, Horizontal transmission, Panophthalmitis and Wildlife. Her research integrates issues of Rocky Mountain elk, Spongiform encephalopathy and Mesocricetus in her study of Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy. Her work carried out in the field of Pathology brings together such families of science as High prevalence and Mustela nigripes.
Elizabeth S. Williams mostly deals with Chronic wasting disease, Virology, Odocoileus, Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy and Transmission. Her Chronic wasting disease study improves the overall literature in Disease. Her Virology research integrates issues from Scrapie, Transgene, Incubation and Allele, PRNP.
Her study in Odocoileus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Veterinary medicine, Horizontal transmission and Wildlife. Her research in Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy intersects with topics in Rocky Mountain elk, Livestock and Hamster. Her Transmission study incorporates themes from Feces, Species barrier, Environmental exposure and Disease reservoir.
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Chronic wasting disease of captive mule deer: a spongiform encephalopathy.
E. S. Williams;S. Young.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (1980)
Infectious diseases of wild mammals.
Elizabeth S. Williams;Ian K. Barker.
Infectious diseases of wild mammals. (2001)
Environmental sources of prion transmission in mule deer.
Michael W Miller;Elizabeth S. C. P. Williams;N. Thompson Hobbs;Lisa L Wolfe.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2004)
Chronic Wasting Disease
E. S. Williams.
Veterinary Pathology (2005)
Spongiform encephalopathy of Rocky Mountain elk.
Elizabeth S. Williams;Stuart Young.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (1982)
Prion disease: Horizontal prion transmission in mule deer
Michael W. Miller;Elizabeth S. Williams.
SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY IN FREE-RANGING MULE DEER (ODOCOILEUS HEMIONUS), WHITE-TAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS VIRGINIANUS) AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK (CERVUS ELAPHUS NELSONI) IN NORTHCENTRAL COLORADO
T. R. Spraker;M. W. Miller;E. S. Williams;D. M. Getzy.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (1997)
Chronic Wasting Disease of Deer and Elk: A Review with Recommendations for Management
Elizabeth S. Williams;Michael W. Miller;Terry J. Kreeger;Richard H. Kahn.
Journal of Wildlife Management (2002)
Oral transmission and early lymphoid tropism of chronic wasting disease PrPres in mule deer fawns (Odocoileus hemionus).
Christina J. Sigurdson;Elizabeth S. Williams;Michael W. Miller;Terry R. Spraker.
Journal of General Virology (1999)
EPIZOOTIOLOGY OF CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE IN FREE-RANGING CERVIDS IN COLORADO AND WYOMING
M W Miller;E S Williams;C W McCarty;C W McCarty;T R Spraker.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (2000)
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