How the cattle became infected by the vCJD, why vCJD is known as variant, and the effects of vCJD on cattle.
In the given scenario, Ellen shouted offensively and she collapsed (unable to stand). She joined the closest consisting 200 people suffering with the variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob diseases, which is also termed as mad cow disease. This disease transmitted to humans by eating the infected beef. Brain is affected by the vCJD, as the nervous tissues are slowly worn and left as holes (sponge like). Initial symptoms are confusion, depression, and insomnia, which lead to verbal outbursts, failure to coordinate movements, coma, finally, death will occur.
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