Projects granted during 2015 that have a primary purpose of translational and applied research: human infectious disorders.
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This document outlines the projects granted under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 during 2015 with a primary purpose of translational and applied research: human infectious disorders.
The following projects were granted:
- animal models for bacterial pathogenesis and therapies (treatment infection development imaging antimicrobials)
- tuberculosis pathogeneses and treatment in zebrafish (zebrafish, tuberculosis, mycobacterium marinum, therapeutics)
- pathogenesis of prion diseases in sheep (prion, BSE, vCJD, transfusion)
- immunopathogenesis and drug resistance in African trypanosomes (trypanosomes, pathogenesis, immunity, drug resistance)
- training in murine polio intra-spinal inoculations (training polio intraspinal inoculation)
- evaluation of avian and mammalian influenza virus infections in animals as models for human disease (avian and mammalian influenza, model for human disease)
- malaria: development of vaccines, drugs and TBIs (malaria, mosquito, vaccines, drugs, transmission)
- biology and control of protozoal infections (malaria, leishmania, trypanosomes, drug, vaccine)