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Pierluigi Gambetti

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Case Western Reserve University

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Case Western Reserve University is one of the country's leading private research institutions. Located in Cleveland, we offer a unique combination of forward-thinking educational opportunities in an inspiring cultural setting. Our leading-edge faculty engage i...more

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Dr. Pierluigi Gambetti, Case Western Reserve University


Prion Disease

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"No, they are very, very different, but they belong to the same family," said Dr. Pierluigi Gambetti, neuropathologist at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
"No, they are very, very different, but they belong to the same family," said Dr. Pierluigi Gambetti, neuropathologist at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.


Prion Disease January 2000 News Update

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Gambetti, a working researcher, has more sense, saying he'd avoid eating venison.
Pierluigi Gambetti, a professor of pathology and director of the National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Center at Case Western University in Cleveland, is slightly less confident. "So far, we don't have anything to suggest anything abnormal going on, but we do have to expand our surveillance," Gambetti said. Gambetti, however, said he'd avoid eating venison. "Why should I? I can eat something else," he said. "But that's not because I really think there is great danger," he added. "I just think the whole issue of prion disease in the United States, both in animals and humans, has to be confronted seriously. We really have to do more." The obvious experiments can't be done, ethically, of course. No one would suggest injecting brain tissue from a sick deer into humans. Gambetti said that highly efficient surveillance and tissue testing would help researchers nail down the link, if any, between chronic wasting disease and Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease. If researchers could get tissue samples and histories from more than 50 percent of the people that die of Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease in this country, he suspects we'd have an answer in a few years.


Prion Disease: Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt About Sheep BSE

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Pierluigi Gambetti, a TSE researcher at Case Western University in Ohio, said the western blot test is the "gold standard" used to determine the presence of a TSE.
But he said a western blot alone "would not provide a definitive answer" about which strain of TSE the animals may have.


Prion Disease: That sheep may safely graze

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Some people say Dr. Pierluigi Gambetti (director of CDC's lab at Case Western), others say Dr. Glenn Telling (professor at U. Kentucky) will direct the questioning.


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