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Complete blood counts and direct eosino-phile counts were made on 106 dog, 128 cattle, 133 horse and 12 cat blood smears. Indirect eosinophile counts were calculated as described by Kaneko [Calif. Vet. 13, No. 5 p. 24 (1960)], using the total leukocyte count and the eosinophile percentage from the...

Author(s)
Carper, H. A.; Schalm, O. W.
Citation
California Veterinarian, 1962, 16, pp 16 & 18
Abstract

The decision to hold an International Conference for the study of epizootic diseases, to sit in Paris, was made on thé initiative of the French Minister of Agriculture (M. RICARD) in October 1920. Forty-three States responded to the invitation, including Germany, United States of America,...

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Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1921, 97, 13, pp 387-395 pp.
Abstract

This book is not as comprehensive as its title might suggest, but contains some useful information. It is the report of a symposium on this subject held at Colorado State University, and takes the form of a series of 15 papers, followed by questions and answers in discussion. Most of the papers are ...

Author(s)
Faulkner, L. C.
Publisher
Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas,
Citation
Abortion diseases of livestock., 1968, pp xiv + 207 pp.
Abstract

This volume is the first of a series marking an interesting development in veterinary literature.
The editors are assisted by an advisory board with a distinctly international flavour, and the intention is to furnish periodical reviews by competent authorities of progress in active fields of...

Author(s)
Brandly, C. A.; Jungherr, E. L.
Publisher
New York: Academic Press, Inc. London: Academic Books Ltd.,
Citation
Advances in veterinary science. Vol. 1., 1953, pp xi+431 pp.
Abstract

These three papers give a full account of the results of scientific expeditions during the years 1937-9, to the wooded districts of Far Eastern provinces of the Soviet Union, where tick-borne (spring-summer) encephalitis is endemic. This disease has been shown to be due to a filterable virus,...

Author(s)
Solowjow, W. D.
Citation
Acta Med. U.R.S.S., 1940, 8, pp 484-492
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Publisher
American Society of Veterinary Clinical Pathology, Baton Rouge, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2004, 33, 3, pp 183-191
Abstract

Both the c.f. and the capillary-tube agglutination (CA) tests appear to be useful for diagnosing anaplasmosis in both the acute and carrier phases, whereas the gel diffusion, indirect haemagglutination and fluorescent antibody tests appear to he primarily applicable to research. Of 75 sera from ...

Author(s)
Pilchard, E. I.; Ristic. M.
Publisher
U.S. Livestock Saml. Ass. New Mexico,
Citation
Proc. 67th Ann. Meet., 1963, 1964, pp 503-511 pp.
Abstract

I. The authors describe an outbreak of disease among the native population in Trinidad which they believe to be rabies, although there is no history of bites and the mode of transmission has not as yet been recognised.
The disease was first reported in human beings in 1929 and within a year 17...

Author(s)
Hurst, E. W.; Pawan, J. L.
Citation
Lancet, 1931, 221, pp 622-628
Abstract

This book is dedicated to the veterinary profession and the memory of Emile Roux and represents a historically important personal review of the author's own work in the field of practical immunology.
It starts with an account of the discovery of the famous flocculation reaction bearing the author's ...

Author(s)
Ramon, G.
Publisher
Paris: Masson et Cie.,
Citation
Anatoxins and their applications., 1950, pp 229 pp.
Abstract

Organisms are grouped in species or lower taxonomic categories according to the degree to which they exhibit structural differences. There are also differences in biological characters in forms which appear morphologically identical, and the systematist who is ignorant of these biological...

Author(s)
Hoare, C. A.
Citation
Biological Reviews, 1943, 18, pp 137-144

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