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Author(s)
Matthews, M. E.; Eshar, D.; Nuth, E.; Delk, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, 2015, 24, 3, pp 376-379
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Author(s)
Hedley, J.
Publisher
British Small Animal Veterinary Association, Quedgeley, UK
Citation
BSAVA Congress 2016 Proceedings, 7-10 April 2016, Birmingham, UK, 2016, pp 344-345
Abstract

A natural infection of a glanders case in a dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius) is reported here for the first time. This animal was most probably infected by glanderous horses which were housed nearby. The camel showed the classical clinical signs of glanders with fever, emaciation, mucopurulent ...

Author(s)
Wernery, U.; Wernery, R.; Joseph, M.; Johnson, B.; Kinne, J.; Jose, S.; Jose, S.; Thomas, A. R.; Khazanehdari, K.; Tappendorf, B.; Scholz, H. C.
Publisher
Camel Publishing House, Bikaner, India
Citation
Journal of Camel Practice and Research, 2011, 18, 1, pp 53-57
Abstract

A histopathological study was conducted in guineapigs inoculated experimentally with a Burkholderia mallei strain isolated from equids on farms located in Pernambuco State, Brazil. The microbiological aspects of glanders diagnosis in horses from these farms were also studied. The B. mallei strain...

Author(s)
Silva, L. B. G.; Silva Neto, J. B.; Brito, M. F.; Maia, F. C. L.; Silva Júnior, V. A.; Mota, R. A.
Publisher
Instituto Biológico, São Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Arquivos do Instituto Biológico (São Paulo), 2005, 72, 1, pp 23-28
Abstract

Bovine viral diarrhoea viruses (BVDVs) were isolated from cattle with respiratory signs and diarrhoea as well as from persistently infected cattle. These isolates were analysed serologically to characterize serogroups and to compare serological relationships with reference viruses of type I and II. ...

Author(s)
Chung ChungWon; Cho InSoo; Cho JaeJin; Son YeonSeong; An SooHwan
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 1999, 39, 4, pp 743-750
Abstract

Guineapigs exposed to small-particle aerosols of different concentrations of virulent B. bronchiseptica, developed a spectrum of disease that ranged from inapparent illness to fulminant bronchopneumonia. Clinical signs began by day 4 after exposure, and included anorexia, weight loss, respiratory...

Author(s)
Trahan, C. J.; Stephenson, E. H.; Ezzell, J. W.; Mitchell, W. C.
Citation
Laboratory Animals, 1987, 21, 3, pp 226-232
Abstract

Five of 19 sheep became infected when inoculated with a virulent strain of malignant catarrhal fever virus isolated in Kenya. One of the infected animals was killed in extremis; its blood and lymph node suspension reproduced the classical disease in three steers. Calves exposed to these sheep did...

Author(s)
Kalunda, M.; Ferris, D. H.; Dardiri, A. H.; Lee, K. M.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, 1981, 45, 3, pp 310-314
Abstract

Disease of unknown aetiology (principally fever with weakness, coughing and nasal discharge) among pigs on two widely separated farms was shown to be toxoplasmosis by means of mouse inoculation. Five to eight blind passages in mice were required before the organisms became abundant in organs. The...

Author(s)
Stepanova, N. I.; Yakusheva, O. V.; Tumurova, S. A.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, 1974, No.2, pp 74-76
Abstract

Some of the lambs from an intensively managed flock, when examined at 7 to 13 weeks of age, showed moderate ocular discharge and/or a mild to moderate clear nasal discharge. Haemadsorbmg agents were isolated from the nasal passages of 13 lambs, employing fetal lamb kidney tissue culture monolayers. ...

Author(s)
Hore, D. E.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1966, 79, pp 466-467
Abstract

Pasteurella multocida, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli and Streptococcus spp. were isolated from affected pigs. Nasal washings from these pigs induced the disease in piglets inoculated intranasally but not in those inoculated s/c. Rats inoculated intranasally with Bordetella bronchiseptica ...

Author(s)
Guenov, I.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, 1968, 15B, pp 224-229

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