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Author(s)
Does, J. K. F. De
Citation
Geneesk. Tijdschr. voor Nederl. -Indie., 1911, 51, 5, pp 706-718
Abstract

Having given a brief resume of his reasons for believing Anaplasma to be a distinct species of parasite, the author proceeds to describe experiments in support of this view.
1. The Separation of Anaplasmosis from Babesiosis by proper Selection of Ticks.-
As is well known an animal that has passed...

Author(s)
Theiler, A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1912, 11, 3-4, pp 193-207
Abstract

The author's object is to show that the doubts cast on the theory of the mechanical transmission of surra, in view of KLEINE's experiments with the T. brucei and the G. palpalis, are not justified. In support of his view that the T. evansi is commonly transmitted mechanically the author gives...

Author(s)
Léese, A. S.
Citation
Journal of Tropical Veterinary Science, 1912, 7, 1, pp 19-32 pp.
Abstract

Although there is ample evidence that ruminants frequently recover from trypanosome infections and thereby acquire a strong immunity there are but scanty references in literature to the duration of such immunity.
LAVERAN and MESNIL record the case of a goat which having been the subject of nagana...

Author(s)
Mesnil, F. ; Leger, M.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1912, 5, 1, pp 31-35 pp.
Abstract

The experiments were undertaken to ascertain (1) whether certain chemical substances were capable of causing immediate and permanent disappearance of trypanosomes by a single intravenous injection; (2) how the animals withstood doses which achieved this object.
All the animals used were inoculated...

Author(s)
Breisinger, K. A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Hygiene und Infektionskrankheiten, 1912, 71, 3, pp 367-403 pp.
Abstract

Osteomalacia is in the opinion of the author an infectious disease and is characterized essentially by a progressive demineralisation of the bones.
Clinically the disease is recognised by lameness, pathognomic swelling of the bones of the head and jaws, detachment of ligaments and tendons from the...

Author(s)
Carougeau.
Citation
Rev. Gende. Med. Veter., 1912, 19, 217, pp 1-19 pp.
Abstract

This paper contains the results obtained by the examination of a small number of Gambian animals for parasitic protozoa, the observations being made as opportunity offered while investigations in connection with human trypanosomiasis were being carried out.
The authors state that possibly some of...

Author(s)
Todd, J. L. ; Wolbach, S. B.
Citation
Journal of Medical Research, 1912, 26, 2, pp 195-218
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Author(s)
Knuth.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1912, 28, 4, pp 62-63 pp.
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Author(s)
Bevan, L. E. W.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1912, 68, 441, pp 140-155 pp.
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Author(s)
Caedamatis, Jean P.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1912, 5, 2, pp 87-88 pp.

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