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This report on veterinary and zootechnical research in Chad, the Central African Republic and North Cameroun is the most detailed at present being published from Africa. Work in progress on rinderpest and contagious bovine pleuropneumonia follows the same general lines as last year [see V.B. 38,...

Author(s)
Graber, M.
Publisher
Fort-Lamy, Chad: Laboratoire de Farcha,
Citation
Chad. Institut d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux. Region de recherches vétérinaires et zootechniques d'Afrique Centrale. Laboratoire de Parcha. Rapport Annuel 1967. I. Recherches et productions. II. Streptothricose bovine: bilan d'activité. III. Helminthes et helminthiases: bilan d'activité. IV. Glossines et trypanosomiases: bilan d'activité. V. Pathologie de la faune sauvage du Tchad: premiers résultats d'enquêtes., 1968, 2, pp 480; 90; 192; 206; 157 pp.
Abstract

Mercosterol (a mercuriated sterol with 0.0075 % Hg) has previously been used successfully for the treatment of mastitis due to streptococci, staphylococci and Bact. coli [V.B. 24, 2664]. R. & K. described the treatment of 56 cases of mastitis, with 6 failures. No evidence of development of...

Author(s)
ROTHENBERG, N. A.; KLOFANDA, R. E.
Citation
California Veterinarian, 1954, 7, 4, pp 22-23; 30 pp.
Abstract

There is much evidence from laboratory and clinical investigation, to indicate an adverse effect of A.C.T.H. and cortisone in animals having active TUBERCULOSIS. An investigation made by Birkhaug showed that in normal g. pigs inoculated s/c with graded doses of B.C.G. a variety of modifications of...

Author(s)
DALLDORF, G.
Publisher
Albany: N.Y. St. Dep. Hlth.,
Citation
NewYork State Department of Health. Annual Report of the Division of Laboratories and Research, 1952., 1953, pp 137 pp.
Abstract

I. Nineteen cases (7-3%) of staphylococcus mastitis were detected during the examination of 260 cows. Mannitol fermentation appeared to have some practical value in determining the aetiological importance of staphylococci in affected cows, 190 out of 275 strains of Staph. pyogenes from bovine...

Author(s)
GWATKIN, R.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Public Health, 1937, 28, pp 185-191
Abstract

Staphylococcal bacteriophages, isolated from the milk of seven oat of 20 cows excreting staphylococci in the milk, showed characteristics similar in many respects to those of staphylococcal phages of human origin. Like the human phages, they were, with one possible exception, single type polyvalent ...

Author(s)
SLANETZ, L. W.; JAWETZ, E.
Citation
Journal of Bacteriology, 1941, 41, pp 447-455
Abstract

This symposium, by a number of leading workers in various specialities, is one of a series entitled " Achievements of Soviet Medicine in the Patriotic War ", which gives a better idea of its scope than the main title. The bulk of the matter deals with human disease but there is much of interest to...

Author(s)
BABSKY, E. B.; KOCHERGIN, I. G.; PARIN, V. V.
Publisher
London: Medical Publications, Ltd.,
Citation
Microbiology and epidemiology., 1945, pp 158 pp.
Abstract

The greater part of the section of this report which deals with matters of veterinary interest, refers to work done on NEWCASTLE DISEASE of poultry and is a general discussion on the vaccines already elaborated and tried out. In 1945, the Californian Station used a formolized vaccine, injected...

Publisher
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Vogt. Printing Off.,
Citation
Casopis Ceskoslovenskych Veterinaru, 1949, pp 157 pp.
Abstract

Most of the reports which are summarized here are of American origin, as penicillin was released for general use in veterinary practice in America early in 1945, before it became generally available in GREAT BRITAIN. The summary will prove of great value to the practitioner as it gives much...

Publisher
Manchester : I.C.I. Limited.,
Citation
The use of penicillin in veterinary practice. A general review of the position at 1st August, 1946., 1946, pp 17 pp.
Abstract

In the Veterinary College there were 239 students including 38 freshmen, ten passed with honours; 52 graduated.
INFERTILITY of bulls continues to be a serious loss to breeders. Semen examinations reveal local infections of the reproductive tract.
Of the 131, 580 specimens examined, 127, 600 were of ...

Author(s)
O'RYAN, J.
Publisher
Dublin: The Stationery Office,
Citation
Fifteenth annual report of the Minister for Agriculture 1945-46., 1946, pp 159 + [84] pp.
Abstract

Routine laboratory diagnostic work at the Pathology Department of the Veterinary College included the examination of 1 329 specimens. These included 383 milk samples of which 253 were negative, 77 revealed streptococcal infection 22 staphylococcal infection and 26 mixed streptococcal-staphylococcal ...

Author(s)
EIRE.
Publisher
Dublin: The Stationery Office.,
Citation
Sixteenth Annual Report of the Minister of Agriculture1946-47., 1947, pp 171 + [85] pp.

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