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Sheep - mixture of Suffolk and Welsh mountain breeds on snowy hillside Featured Sheep Print

Sheep - mixture of Suffolk and Welsh mountain breeds on snowy hillside

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Sheep - mixture of Suffolk and Welsh mountain breeds on snowy hillside
Wales, UK
John Cancalosi
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Agriculture, Breeds, Domestic, Europe, European, Farm Animals, Farming, Ice, Live Stock, M Ammals, Mammal, Out Side, Sheep, Snow, United Kingdom, Wales

Lost In Sheep Featured Sheep Print

Lost In Sheep

11th August 1951: A flock of sheep manoeuvre their way around a parked car on their way down the slopes of Snowdonia, at Hafod-y-Llan, Wales. Original Publication: Picture Post - 5377 - Shearing Time In Snowdonia - pub.1951 (Photo by Grace Robertson/Picture Post/Getty Images)

17, 1950 1959, 31a M Agr Shee Flocks Bri, 3348561, 41967, Animal, Animal Sheep Road, Animal Themes, Archival, Black And White, Car, Consumerproduct, Finance, Flock, Fr, Hafod Y Llan, Hill, Horizontal, Human Interest, Landscape Vehicle Car Animal Animal Farm, Livestock, M 41967 Pkt 17 Fr 31a, M Agr Shee Flocks Bri, Manoeuvre, Mode Of Transport, No People, Pkt, Sheep, Snowdonia, Stationary, Stuffed Animal, Transport Europe, Transportation, Uk, Wales, Wales Black, White Format

Prion spread at cellular level Featured Sheep Print

Prion spread at cellular level

Prion spread. Artwork of a theoretical basisfor the spread of prions at a cellular level.Prions are abnormal proteins that are the cause of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs), such as BSE in cows, scrapie in sheep and CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakobdisease) in humans. They cause fatal brain andnerve degeneration. A normal form of prion protein(tiny green balls, lower centre) is made withinstructions from cell nuclei (brown, one atbottom right). The prions (pink balls, upperright) are a different shape of this normal prionprotein, and cause the normal ones to flip to theabnormal shape. Spread may be by nerve cells (topleft) & white blood cells (lower left)

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