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In recent years in Eastern Poland an infectious encephalomyelitis has caused great losses in horses, particularly in spring. Individual outbreaks have resulted in a mortality rate of 50-90 %. It has been shown that it is not Borna disease. On the other hand, the encephalomyelitis has some...

Author(s)
Hamerski, E.
Citation
Rozprawy Biologiczne, 1938, 16, pp 1-75
Abstract

IV. The general features of infection of g. pigs with Eastern E.E. virus have been reported in earlier parts of the series. Comparable studies on mice are now described. Two strains of virus were used, one freshly isolated from a horse and the other modified by serial passages through pigeons.
As...

Author(s)
King, L. S.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1940, 71, pp 95-106
Abstract

STAFF.
In addition to the Chief Veterinary Research Officer there were three Research Officers, one Entomologist and 20 assistants, etc.
ROUTINE WORK.
The results of diagnostic work are given in tabular form. 164, 985 units of RINDERPEST antiserum were prepared during the year, also large amounts of...

Author(s)
Daubney, R.
Publisher
Kenya,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture, 1937, 2, pp 55-89
Abstract

In a. previous publication, the authors were concerned with the characters of the virus of Boma disease and with the action of certain factors upon its virulence.
In the present paper, they deal with (1) the action of the virus upon experimental animals, (2) the histology of the lesions produced...

Author(s)
Nicolau, S.; Galloway, I. A.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1930, 45, pp 457-523
Abstract

This is a most comprehensive report, covering animal diseases, all aspects of public health in which veterinarians take part, and the livestock census.
The sections consist of a short account of the diseases as encountered during the period, copies of individual reports from officials and a...

Author(s)
Müssemeier; Hofferber.
Publisher
Berlin : Richard Schoetz.,
Citation
Veroffentlichungen aus den Jahres-Veterinar-Berichten der beamteten Tierarzte Preussens fur die Jahre 1931 und 1932., 1934, Pt. 2, pp 885 pp.
Abstract

Papers reviewing the existing literature on the following diseases were presented for discussion.
Brucellosis and vaccination [DYKSTRA, R. R.]-The subject is a controversial one, and the value of the present method of vaccination is unproved.
Bovine mastitis, a symposium. A paper on " Anatomical...

Publisher
Manhattan, Kansas : The Association.,
Citation
Proceedings, thirty-ninth annual convention, Kansas Veterinary Medical Association, Manhattan, Kansas, January 11-12, 1943., 1943, pp 103 pp.
Abstract

The observations of FRIEDEMANN [V. B. 4. 768.] are confirmed viz that normal bone marrow contains an agent which induces paralysis in rabbits following intrathecal or intracerebral inoculations. The condition can also be produced in the g. pig.
It is suggested that the factor is not a virus since...

Author(s)
Kelser, R. A.; King, L. S.
Citation
American Journal of Pathology, 1936, 12, pp 317-332
Abstract

INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN THE COLONY.-ANTHRAX and RABIES alone are mentioned. Over 300 dogs and a few monkeys and cats were placed under observation for RABIES (the large majority being negative), and only one brain out of 17 examined proved positive for RABIES. There were three cases of ANTHRAX. In...

Author(s)
Mackenzie, W. J. E.
Publisher
Stanley: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Annual Report of the Colonial Veterinary Surgeon for the Year 1936., 1937, pp 5 pp.
Abstract

The action on mice of several neurotropic viruses was studied with reference to factors which influence infection.
With pseudorabies virus, section of the sciatic nerve with inoculation into the ipsi-lateral foot pad significantly retarded the speed of infection. The virus ascended other nerves of...

Author(s)
King, L. S.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1940, 72, pp 573-593
Abstract

Towards the middle of the construction period of the Panama Canal the Hospital at Ancon organized a dairy and stocked it with animals from the United States, chiefly from the Gulf coast region. A number of pigs and a considerable number of chickens were also imported and subsequently the enterprise ...

Author(s)
Clark, H. C.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1918, 22, 2, pp 159-168

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