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An outbreak of mastitis was encountered in a herd of 11 animals; attacks were recurrent and acute, and each heifer developed the condition soon after calving. Seven animals were affected; Ps. aeruginosa (B. pyocyaneus) was isolated from four and E. coli from one. The two remaining animals were dry...

Author(s)
Cherrington, V. A.; Gildow, E. M.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1931, 79, pp 803-808
Abstract

Details are given of the educational side of the division's activities; the routine work of the departments of anatomy, animal pathology, bacteriology and hygiene, and surgery and medicine are covered by the reports of the respective heads.
REPORT OF THE EXTENSION SPECIALIST IN ANIMAL PATHOLOGY...

Author(s)
Giltner, W.
Publisher
Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, East Lansing, USA
Citation
Report of the Division of Veterinary Science, Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, East Lansing, for the year ended June 30, 1940., 1940, pp 78 pp.
Abstract

In some cases, Bacillus anthracis was recovered from contaminated material by treating 0.1 ml. of a saline suspension of the latter with 10 ml. of 1% or 2% phenol and allowing this to act for 60 min. at room temperature before seeding a few drops of the mixture directly on to plain agar.
Broth...

Author(s)
Stein, C. D.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1943, 38, pp 130-139
Abstract

Strains of pasteurella were isolated from diseased cattle, goats, pigs, fowls, turkeys and rabbits in Eritrea.
The outbreaks of disease in cattle were of the oedematous, thoracic or gastro-intestinal types. In goats, only a secondary role was ascribed to the organisms. In young pigs, early cases in ...

Author(s)
Battelli, C.
Publisher
Asmara,
Citation
Bollettino della Societa Italiana di Medicina e Igiene Tropicale, 1944, 3, pp 35 pp.
Abstract

Subtilin in high dilution was active against the Gram-positive organisms. Streptomycin was more active against Gram-positive than Gram-negative organisms. Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella typhi-murium were resistant to the various sulphonamides. Streptococcus agalactiæ and Corynebacterium...

Author(s)
Kraft, M. E.; Spencer, G. R.
Publisher
N.Y.,
Citation
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1949, 70, pp 176-179
Abstract

Research has been almost exclusively on diseases of equine animals except for some work on the serum levels of penicillin in cattle. P.M. examinations were made on 78 new-born foals and the infectious agents responsible for death were Bact. viscosum equi in 15, streptococci in nine, Bact. coli in...

Citation
Results of Research in 1949 by the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Kentucky. Sixty-second Annual Report of the Director., 1950, pp 92 pp.
Abstract

Furacin [5-nitro-2-furaldehyde semicar-bazone]-penicillin mixture is an effective chemotherapeutic agent in the treatment of chronic and acute forms of bovine mastitis. It is non-irritating to the udder tissue and does not interfere with the normal milk production.
Furacin possesses bacteriostatic...

Author(s)
Kakavas, J. C.; Roberts, H. D. B.; De Courcy, S. J. Jr.; Ewing, D. L.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1951, 119, pp 203-207
Abstract

Neomycin in vitro at levels of 0.01 to 0.155μg. per ml. inhibited the growth of the six commonest causative micro-organisms associated with infectious bovine mastitis.
Infusion of 0.25-5g. into the mammary gland caused a minimum of local irritation in the. udder as judged by leukocyte counts,...

Author(s)
Drury, A. R.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1952, 47, pp 407-411
Abstract

S. gave a general comment on present knowledge concerning a number of non-specific venereal infections in cattle. He, covered Pseudomonas pyocyanea haemolytic streptococci, Staphyloçócçus pyogenes, Corynebac-terium Pyogenes, Bacterium coli and Proteus infection. He also included Vibrio fetus....

Author(s)
Stellmacher, W.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1954, 9, pp 62-66; 87-89
Abstract

Cobalt in the form of CoCl2 or CoSO4 enhanced the antibacterial action of penicillin, streptomycin and bacitracin against Staph. aureus in vitro. There was no such enhancement when cobalt, was combined with oxytetra-cycline, chlortetracycline, chloramphenicol, or polymyxin. Cobalt reduced the...

Author(s)
Trace, J. C.; Edds, G. T.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1954, 15, pp 639-642

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