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The Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) was first recognized in 2012 and can cause severe disease in infected humans. Dromedary camels are the reservoir for the virus, although, other than nasal discharge, these animals do not display any overt clinical disease. Data from in...

Author(s)
Adney, D. R.; Brown, V. R.; Porter, S. M.; Bielefeldt-Ohmann, H.; Hartwig, A. E.; Bowen, R. A.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Viruses, 2016, 8, 8, pp 230
Abstract

Larvae causing obligatory myiasis are numerous and they may affect cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues, wounds, nasopharyngeal cavities (nasal bots), internal organs and the digestive tract (bots) of domestic and wild animals and humans as well. Nasal bots belong to the Family Oestridae, Subfamily...

Author(s)
Angulo-Valadez, C. E.; Scholl, P. J.; Cepeda-Palacios, R.; Jacquiet, P.; Dorchies, P.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2010, 174, 1/2, pp 19-25
Abstract

Commercial ELISA detected 12 Pasteurella multocida strains (8 ovine and 4 bovine) producing dermonecrotic toxin in nasal swabs collected from 278 sheep, 118 cattle and 13 goats in different herds in Poland. All animals in the study were clinically healthy except for 27 sheep diagnosed with fever...

Author(s)
Frymus, T.; Leśniewski, S.; Żurawski, A.
Citation
Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 1995, 51, 12, pp 730-731
Abstract

This book would be valuable for technicians and veterinary surgeons in developing countries, though it is aimed only at students and their teachers. After a rather lengthy description of how to examine faeces, the examination of urine, nasal discharge, tears and biopsy samples is discussed all too...

Author(s)
Singh, K. S.; Srivastava, H. D.
Publisher
Indian Council of Agricultural Research., New Delhi, India
Citation
Diagnosis and treatment of helminthic infections., 1977, pp 96pp
Abstract

This enquiry concerned the belief that anthrax and blackleg are soil-borne diseases in the sense that under favourable conditions the causal organisms can lead a saprophytic existence in soil. Bacillus anthracis was found to be capable of extensive multiplication at 25°-30°C. in heat-sterilized...

Author(s)
Minett, F. C.; Dhanda, M. R.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1942, 11, pp 308-328
Abstract

The authors suggest that amyloidosis in animals can be classified into typical generalized, atypical generalized, and intermediate types. The typical generalized type is that which follows the experimental parenteral administration of a foreign protein, observed for instance in horses used for the...

Author(s)
Hjärre, A.; Nordlund, I.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1942, 32, pp 385-441
Abstract

I. Str. zooepidemicus was recovered from cases of MASTITIS which showed brownish milk with clots and had an offensive odour. The cases were acute with fever, listlessness, inappetence and arthritis. New areas were gazetted in the TUBERCULOSIS eradication scheme. About 800, 000 dairy cattle are now...

Publisher
A. H. Tucker, Govt. Printer., Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the years 1955/56 and 1956/57., 1956, pp 126 pp.; 123 pp.
Abstract

Research on FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE was conducted in several countries. Samples of the virus from the outbreak in Mexico in 1950 were identified in tests carried out in England and Mexico as Type A. Antiserum of O, A, and C types from the Foot and Mouth Disease Research Institute, England were used...

Author(s)
Cardon, P. V.
Publisher
Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Off.,
Citation
Report of the Administrator of Agricultural Research 1951., 1951, pp 497 pp.
Abstract

Intrapulmonary or intranasal injection of infected blood from human patients to goats and sheep causes an attack of Q fever after an incubation period of 6-10 days. There is a febrile reaction lasting 7-12 days and symptoms of broncho-pneumonia with a dry cough and dyspnoea. Subcutaneous injection...

Author(s)
Caminopetros, J. P.
Publisher
Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee, 1948, 23, pp 107-118
Abstract

ANTHRAX.-303 goats died from anthrax in quarantine, and nine in Colombo. BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS is a rarity in Ceylon; only one out of 40, 800 cattle slaughtered for food was affected, and a few cattle at Kandy reacted to the tuberculin test. Tuberculosis was diagnosed in a dog, for the first time in...

Author(s)
Crawford, M.
Publisher
Colombo: Govt. Press.,
Citation
Administration Report of the Government Veterinary Surgeon for 1934., 1935, pp 16 pp.

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