Antibody infusions seen as a way to fight infectious equine anemia in horses

photo by Kayla Farmer Modeling by scientists suggests that the virus that causes equine infectious anemia could be eliminated from horses through repeated vaccination with antibodies. Equine infectious anemia virus (EIAV) primarily infects horses. It shares many characteristics with HIV in humans, including its viral structure, genome, life cycle, and …

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Touching mural by Arthur Labinjo-Hughes appears in Birmingham as tragic body of six-year-old can finally be buried

A TOUCHING mural in honor of the tragic Arthur Labinjo-Hughes has appeared after it was revealed he could finally be buried. The poignant artwork shows the six-year-old in a blue Birmingham City jacket kicking a soccer ball. 7 A fresco appeared for ArthurCredit: Disney 7 His mother Olivia Labinjo-Halcrow can …

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Metal Lee’s Parentage and Family Tree Theories Explained

Family has been a major theme in both Boruto and Naruto, so knowing the family tree of each character, including Metal Lee, is important. The mystery surrounding Metal Lee’s parentage has puzzled the Boruto fandom for years now. All other characters belonging to the next generation have a clear family …

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Greg Wise’s ‘Death Box’ After His Sister’s Death Grief: ‘Act of Love’ | Celebrity News | Show biz & TV

Strictly: Greg Wise once bleed from wrapping paper Greg Wise is back on TV screens this morning as the Strictly Come Dancing star joins comedian Rob Brydon in “Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh.” Greg participated in this year’s dance performance series and was in partnership with Karen Hauer. They …

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Poor critical communication | Coeur d’Alene Press

The Idaho education official said there was a communication problem when she told local Republicans that the Coeur d’Alene school district was one of the “worst offenders” in the city. teaching of critical race theory. State Superintendent of Education Sherri Ybarra made the comment during a 15-minute presentation Nov. 23 …

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COLUMN: “Roe” is dead. The “stench” of Roberts Court will live on forever. | Columns

A deeply partisan majority at Roberts Court is poised to enshrine a new principle in American jurisprudence: Justice for the loudest shout. The six GOP-appointed Supreme Court justices left no doubt in their pleadings that they would end the constitutional abortion right that American women have enjoyed for nearly half …

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My brother shot our dad when he begged him to end his cancer pain

A MAN has been hailed as a “hero” by his family after he shot his father when he begged him to end his cancer pain. Colin Stratton, 80, has asked his devoted son Glenn Stratton, 53, to “do him a favor” and end his life at his home in Castlemaine, …

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Oklahoma deadliest state for police violence against black Americans

“Stop killing us” is a rallying cry that Reverend Sheri Amore Dickerson has used for years to call on the Oklahoma Police for their disproportionate rate of police violence against black and brown residents of Sooner State. “Our law enforcement agencies are militarized and constantly use brute force and there …

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ASUN Endorses University of Nebraska Anti-Racial and Racial Equity Plan

The students passed the bill unanimously December 2, 2021 12:34 P.M. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The UNL student government has unanimously approved a bill that would support and pass the University’s new racial equity plan. The plan was created to address the inequalities that Blacks, Browns and Indigenous people faced. …

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“Ice Cream Cats” rescued from house fire await new homes, but 5 euthanized at Chicago shelter

The storefront at 1801 Dempster Street where 29 cats are temporarily housed. (Photo by Sam Stroozas) The Evanston Animal Shelter is hoping someone picks up black walnut, hazelnut coconut and cotton candy. And these three “ice cream cats” have lots of company: dozens were rescued from a house fire in …

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