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Committee Members' Briefing for Public Q and A Session at SEAC 94, 21st September 2006
Ninety Eighth Meeting of the Spongiform Encephalopathy Advisory Committee - Summary
Position Statement - Evaluation Criteria for Ante Mortem Diagnostic Tests for Subclinical vCJD
Position Statement - Food Standards Agency Atypical Scrapie Contingency Plan
Position Statement - New Forms of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
Position Statement - vCJD and Dentistry
Procedures for Use of Previous SEAC Opinions
SEAC Annual Report 2006
SEAC Position Statement - Chronic Wasting Disease in UK Deer
SEAC Position Statement - Early Phase of vCJD Infection in Blood Transfusion Recipients
SEAC Position Statement - Hypothesis that BSE Originated from a Human TSE
SEAC Position Statement - Maternal Transmission of vCJD
SEAC Position Statement - Position Statement vCJD and Endodontic Dentistry
SEAC Position Statement - SEAC Epidemiology Subgroup Position Statement on the vCJD Epidemic
SEAC Position Statement - Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE) Infectivity in Blood
SEAC Position Statement on Methods to Evaluate Decontamination Technologies for Surgical Instruments
SEAC Sheep Subgroup Report of 2007 Meeting
SEAC Sheep Subgroup Statement
SEAC Statement - 18th January 2005 - Position Statement - Chronic Wasting Disease in UK Deer
SEAC Statement 21st April 2005 - Summary of SEAC Discussion of Vertebral Column - Age at Which Specified Risk Material
SEAC Statement 7th August 2004 - Summary of SEAC's Discussion on the Second Presumed Case of Blood Transfusion-Associated Infection with vCJD
SEAC Statement on Infectivity in Bovine Tonsil
SEAC Statement on Susceptibility of Different Genotypes in Sheep to Experimental BSE
SEAC Subgroup Report - Research and Surveillance for TSE's in Sheep
Spongiform Encephalopathy Advisory Committee (SEAC) Annual Report 2005
Spongiform Encephalopathy Advisory Committee (SEAC) Annual Report 2007
Spongiform Encephalopathy Advisory Committee (SEAC) Position Statement - SEAC Epidemiology Subgroup Position Statement on the vCJD Epidemic
Spongiform Encephalopathy Advisory Committee (SEAC) Sheep Subgroup Position Statement
Statement on the Potential Human Health Risk from Changes to Classical Scrapie Controls

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