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Two outbreaks were examined epidemiologically, clinically, pathologically and virologically. IBR-IPV virus and specific antibodies could be detected in most of the 22 infected animals (including three bulls). Three different methods were tested for detection of neutralizing antibodies. The...

Author(s)
Steck, F.; Raaflaub, W.; Konig, H.; Ludwig, H.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1969, 111, pp 13-27
Abstract

This is a review of 12 years' work on the production of the Riems foot and mouth disease vaccine. To date experience in its use covers some 15 million bovine vaccinations. Most outbreaks in Europe respond to Type A(O Vallée) vaccine. With polyvalent vaccines it has not been found necessary to take...

Author(s)
Röhrer, H.; Möhlmann, H.; Pyl, G.
Citation
Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin, 1950, 1, pp 1-13 pp.
Abstract

The technique of preparation of the vaccine is given as follows: -cattle are infected intradermally in the tongue with highly virulent material and after 24 hours the vesicle covering and contents are carefully collected under narcosis. The average yield of material from each animal is 80 g. The...

Author(s)
Waldmann.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1938, 40, pp 569
Abstract

The German government appointed in 1897 a special committee headed by Friedrich Loeffler, to investigate the cause of F. & M. disease and possible control measures. Loeffler, who was soon afterwards appointed professor of bacteriology and hygiene at Greifswald University, established that the...

Author(s)
Pyl, G.
Citation
Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin, 1953, 6, pp 72-100
Abstract

I. This contribution on the epidemiology of rabies is based on experience gained in the control of rabies in North-West Poland during the German occupation. During and after the invasion of Poland in 1939 the conditions pertaining to a war-devastated country, especially the presence of large...

Author(s)
Hecke, F.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1943, 51/49, pp 305-309
Abstract

A review of the rabies situation in Poland since before the war of 1914-18 up to the present day. Between 1933 and 1939 it was increasing (3, 228 affected localities and 6, 434 human exposures to infection in 1938), particularly in the provinces of Lwow (Lemburg), Krakow, Warsaw, Lublin, and...

Author(s)
Glamser, F.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1941, pp 37-41
Abstract

In emergency G. inoculates cattle with doses of 100 c.c. of blood taken from an adult bovine at the height of the infection and in which the virus has been killed by the addition of crystal violet. It is stated that this confers immunity against the disease in a freshly-infected herd and greatly...

Author(s)
Gräub, E.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1938, 80, pp 524-530
Abstract

NOTE.-The second of these papers is a summary of the first and was presented at the meeting on 27th April, 1931, of the Berliner mikrobiologische Gesellschaft.
There is sometimes a recurrence of foot and mouth disease after a previous outbreak in localities which had been considered to be again...

Author(s)
Waldmann.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abt. I (Referate), 1931, 102, pp 285-286
Abstract

NOTE.-The second of these papers is a summary of the first and was presented at the meeting on 27th April, 1931, of the Berliner mikrobiologische Gesellschaft.
There is sometimes a recurrence of foot and mouth disease after a previous outbreak in localities which had been considered to be again...

Author(s)
Waldmann, O.; Trautwein, K.; Pyl, G.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abt. I (Originale), 1931, 121, pp 19-32
Abstract

The following notifiable diseases were not observed during the year: -dourine, rinderpest, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia and sheep pox. Other diseases notifiable in a part or whole of the German Reich are: -anthrax, blackleg, haemorr-hagic septicaemia, strangles, tuberculosis, swine...

Publisher
Berlin: Reimer Hobbing,
Citation
Statistik Deuts. Reichs., 1934, 444, pp 113 pp.

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