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Abstract

In these studies the author undertook to ascertain the possible rôle in the transmission of surra of all the common flies found on horses and other susceptible animals in thé Philippine Islands.
(1) The Relation of Tabanus stria tus to Surra Dissemination.
An interesting account of the literature...

Author(s)
MITZMAIN, M. B.
Publisher
Government Printing Office, Washington DC, USA
Citation
Bulletin. Treasury Department. United States Public Health Service. Hygienic Laboratory, 1914, No. 94, pp 7-39
Abstract

Prior to the experiments described in this article by the authors, the above disease was not known to exist in South Africa. It was probably confounded with "biliary fever "(Nuttalliosis, or equine piro-plasmosis), or horse sickness, especially in the form observed when an animal had passed through ...

Author(s)
THEILER, A. ; KEHOE, D.
Publisher
Pretoria: Govt. Printing & Stationery Office.,
Citation
Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agric. 3rd and, 4th Reports of the Director of Veterinary Research., 1915, pp 215-289 pp.
Abstract

The routine work of the laboratory consisted in examinations of slides and smears received from government officials and private owners, and in serum and vaccine preparation. The latter part of the work included the preparation of anti-rinderpest serum (274, 368 doses), anthrax vaccine (32, 180...

Author(s)
Montgomery, R. E.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture (Swift Press), Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
BRITISH EAST AFRICA. Department of Agriculture. Annual Report of the Veterinary Bacteriologist for the Year 1914-1915., 1916, pp 125-145
Abstract

(4) Symptoms and post-mortem appearances. -Under this heading, which covers half the present paper, Ostertag details at great length the appearances presented in rinderpest-affected animals in outbreaks in various districts. These were furnished in official reports in 1912 and 1913 by the...

Author(s)
VON OSTERTAG, E.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1916, 18, 1, pp 1-48 pp.
Abstract

"Although rinderpest has been the subject of extensive investigations in many countries, great uncertainty has existed with regard to the length of time the virus is able to survive outside the animal body either under natural conditions or when special measures are taken to preserve its vitality....

Author(s)
SHILSTON, A. W.
Publisher
Calcutta : Thacker, Spink & Co.,
Citation
Bull. Agric. Res. Inst., Pusa, 1917, 3, 1, pp 32 pp.
Abstract

This report first deals with a very considerable amount of routine work performed at the Onderstepoort, Grahamstown, and Pietermaritz-burg Laboratories, consisting in the examination of smears and morbid specimens and the manufacture of vaccines against blue tongue, redwater and gall-sickness,...

Author(s)
THEILER, A.
Publisher
Cape Times, Ltd., Government Printers., Cape Town, South Africa
Citation
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. Department of Agriculture. Report with Appendices for the Year ended 31st March 1916., 1917, pp 160 pp.
Abstract

This pamphlet is issued by the Italian Public Health Administration by whose direction a series of experiments are being conducted by various workers under the control of a special Commission.
In a previous note Cosco and Aguzzi referred briefly to the results of their experiments which...

Author(s)
COSCO, Giuseppe; AGUZZI, Angelo
Publisher
Stabilimento tipográfico Innocenzo Artero., Rome, Italy
Citation
Direzione Generale delia Sanita Pubblica., 1917, pp 12 pp.
Abstract

This publication consists of a description of a journey undertaken by the above three authors to Bulgaria and Turkey at the request of the German Minister of Agriculture in October 1916, with the object of studying the contagious diseases of animals of these countries and the methods there employed ...

Author(s)
NEVERMANN, L. ; MIESSNER, H. ; WEICHEL, A.
Publisher
Hannover: M. & H. Schaper.,
Citation
Travel Studies in the Balkans., 1917, pp 111 pp.
Abstract

At the time of writing France had just suffered from a foot-and-mouth disease epizootic of quite exceptional severity in respect of the losses occasioned, and the duration of the visitation. During the whole war period the disease had been allowed to run its course throughout the country, without...

Author(s)
Moussu, G.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1920, 96, 7; 9, pp 193-208 pp.
Abstract

The number of fresh outbreaks during the year was eight and the mortality 798 head, as compared with five and 374, respectively, during the previous year. Eleven farms regarded as infected at the beginning of the year were released from quarantine, no case of the disease having occurred on any of...

Author(s)
Sinclair, J. M.; Bevan, L. E. W.
Publisher
Govt. Ptr. East Coast Fever (African Coast Fever), Salisbury, Rhodesia
Citation
SOUTHERN RHODESIA. Report of the Chief Veterinary Surgeon [SINCLAIR (J. M.)] for the year 1919 (with the report of the Veterinary Bacteriologist) [BEVAN (LI.E.W.)]., 1920, pp 17 pp.

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