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Reference is made to the above tick and the conditions set up by it in the appendix furnished by the Director of Veterinary Research in the Report of the Department of Agriculture. Union of South Africa, for the year 1916 [see this Bulletin, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 59].
The tick is stated to be a native...

Author(s)
Bedford, G. A. H.
Citation
Union of South Africa. Dept. of Agric. Local Series., 1917, 18, pp 6 pp.
Abstract

When the aetiology of epizootic bovine abortion was established by BANG and STRIBOLT in 1896, and the possibility of transmission of the infection to other animals was established there was reason to ask whether the human subject might also become infected. Abortion was considered the important...

Citation
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS., 1929, 42, 3, pp 208-211 pp.
Abstract

An attempt was made to classify, according to their serological and biological behaviour, various strains of Br. abortus and Br. melitensis of bovine, porcine, caprine, ovine and human origin, obtained from Denmark, Sweden, England, Germany, Italy and the U.S.A. This report is a continuation of...

Author(s)
Kristensen, Martin.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abt. I (Originale), 1931, 120, pp 179-196
Abstract

The author reviews briefly the history of the organisms causing undulant fever in man and contagious bovine abortion and refers to the discovery of their close relationship in 1918.
He gives some figures indicating the increase in the number of cases of human infection with Br. abortus in various...

Author(s)
Zeller, H.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1931, 5, pp 84-120; 223-228; 255
Abstract

For the review for 1929 see this Bulletin. 2. 48-49.].
PETRAS and BISCHOFF worked on the haemoglobin resistance of various animals: the former found that it is very slight in bovine foetuses and only attains the normal value at one year of age.
FICHTELMANN recommended an enrichment method employing ...

Author(s)
Wirth, D.
Citation
Folia hæ matol., 1932, 46, pp 325-881
Abstract

III. A small epidemic of human paratyphoid occurred in February and March 1933 in a small woodland village in Sweden. Milk and water were ruled out as vehicles of infection and the horses, cows and goats of the area appeared healthy. A week before the outbreak occurred a stray dog arrived and...

Author(s)
Magnusson, K. E.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Hygiene und Infektionskrankheiten, 1938, 121, pp 136-138
Abstract

II. The greater part of this paper is a review of literature, mainly north European and invaluable for reference. The following particulars are dealt with: -frequency of bovine and avian type of TB. in man, TB. in cattle, horses, swine, goats, sheep, fowls, cats and dogs, and the transmission of...

Author(s)
Herlitz, C. W.
Citation
Acta Tuberculosea Scandinavica, 1939, 13, pp 125-162
Abstract

This jubilee publication contains a wealth of information on animal breeding in Sweden and the history of livestock insurance there, which dates from 1850. The S.K.F.B., the company publishing this book, was founded in 1890 and by 1940 had absorbed about 100 smaller concerns to become the leading...

Publisher
Uppsala : Almquist & Wiksells Boktryckeriaktiebolag.,
Citation
50 Ar Skandinaviska Kreatursforsakrings-bolaget 1890-1940., 1940, pp 200 pp.
Abstract

The authors suggest that amyloidosis in animals can be classified into typical generalized, atypical generalized, and intermediate types. The typical generalized type is that which follows the experimental parenteral administration of a foreign protein, observed for instance in horses used for the...

Author(s)
Hjärre, A.; Nordlund, I.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1942, 32, pp 385-441
Abstract

TB. was diagnosed in only 433 (0.09%) of 461, 436 horses examined P.M. in Sweden between 1921 and 1942. As TB. in horses is usually not " open ", diagnosis during life is difficult. The tuberculin test is unreliable except when negative and it is also often difficult to isolate and determine the...

Author(s)
Magnusson, H.
Citation
Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica, 1944, 54, pp 539-562 pp.

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