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I. A sporadic brain-liver syndrome in horses in Czechoslovakia of unknown aetiology was described. During November-March the disease took a milder course and incidence was lowest. Experimental transmission to horses failed. From clinical material collected in the Brno district between 1953-55 the...

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SOBRA, K.
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Sbornik Ceskoslovenske Akademie Zemedelskych Ved, 1956, 29, pp 725-756
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S. reviewed the literature on leptospirosis in Finland. Of 37 canine sera 4 were positive for L. icterohaemorrhagiae, 2 for L. bataviae, and one for L. canicola. Of 406 pigs 43 were positive for L. hyos, 11 for L. bataviae, 9 for L. poi, 6 for L. pomona, 6 for L. sejroe and 5 for L....

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SALMINEN, A.
Citation
Ann. Med. Exper. et Biol. Fenniae, 1956, 34, Suppl. No. 5, pp 77 pp.
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Cover for Bos taurus (cattle)

Feral cattle can be distinguished from domestic stock only by their location and lack of ear marks or tags. Their size and conformation vary greatly...

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There exist over 200 distinct breeds of sheep Ovis aries. The breeds differ in their physical characteristics. Female sheep tend to be smaller than...

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Tularaemia is a zoonotic disease caused by Francisella tularensis, a bacterium with a broad host range, including mammals, birds and invertebrates...

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Cover for Sus scrofa (pigs)

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Cover for Pasteurella multocida infections

Pasteurella multocida is a cause of haemorrhagic septicaemia in cattle, fowl cholera in poultry and a contributor to progressive atrophic rhinitis in...

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Cover for babesiosis

The parasite Babesia is named after Babes, the scientist who first described it in sheep and cattle in 1888 (Levine, 1961). Organisms belonging to...

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