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The subject of tick eradication has received the closest attention from the United States Bureau of Animal Industry and the various State Livestock Sanitary Boards since about the year 1905. Before that year serious losses occurred among cattle in numerous places below the Quarantine Line and also...

Author(s)
Smith, E. I.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1920, 57, 4, pp 423-429
Abstract

Hitherto, recognition of infections with Br. melitensis has been confined mainly to the goat-raising areas in the South-Western States and in Texas. Examination of 17 human sera from North Carolina and Kansas by a quantitative absorption of agglutinins technique indicated that 7 were derived from...

Author(s)
Evans, Alice C.
Publisher
Wash,
Citation
Public Health Reports, 1937, 52, pp 295-808
Abstract

I. This circular gives an account of " trembles " or " milk-sickness, " a disease which has been observed in North Carolina, the middle-west and southwest during the last hundred years, and which affects both human beings and animals. It is caused in cattle by the consumption of Eupatorium...

Author(s)
Couch, J. F.
Citation
Circular. United States Department of Agriculture, 1938, 306, pp 12 pp.
Abstract

The normal activities of the bureau continued to function satisfactorily; the U.S.A. remained free from major epizootics throughout the year. There were 4, 428 regular civil service employees and of these 2, 081 were in the professional and scientific service, 93% being veterinarians. Expenditure...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office.,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1941., 1941, pp 92 pp.
Abstract

ARIZONA, 1941-42.-Bunyea's stained antigen was found equal to the slow tube method for the diagnosis of turkey PARATYPHOID. Attempts to find the cause of INFECTIOUS KERATITIS of cattle failed. A single treatment of range cattle with derris in soapy water was ineffective in control of WARBLE FLIES....

Citation
Extracts from Annual Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A., 1941,
Abstract

Little is known of the early history of anthrax in the U.S.A. The earliest reference (CARPENTER, 1839) is to the outbreaks at the mouth of the Mississippi River and by 1835 it existed in all parts of the State of Louisiana. A disease believed to be anthrax was prevalent (PENNOCK, 1836) near...

Author(s)
Stein, C. D.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1945, 40, pp 340-349
Abstract

The average annual incidence of reported Brucella infections in the United States (excluding the District of Columbia) rose from 1.99 per 100, 000 in the years 1930-39 to 3.11 in 1940-46. The incidence in different states varies widely, from 0.3 in 1940-46 for North Carolina, " the only state thus...

Author(s)
Jordan, C. F.
Citation
Industr. Med., 1948, 17, pp 176-180
Abstract

A total of 199 streptococci isolated from faeces of healthy fowls, pigs, and beef cattle and 26 human clinical isolates were tested for resistance to kanamycin, streptomycin, tetracycline, erythromycin, and lincomycin. Of 66 resistant isolates, 12 transferred one or more resistance traits by...

Author(s)
Rollins, L. D.; Lee, L. N.; LeBlanc, D. J.
Citation
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 1985, 27, 4, pp 439-444
Abstract

In 1994, 48 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico reported 8224 cases of rabies in animals and 6 cases in humans to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 93% (7632 cases) were wild animals, whereas 7% (592 cases) were domestic species. The total number of reported cases ...

Author(s)
Krebs, J. W.; Strine, T. W.; Smith, J. S.; Rupprecht, C. E.; Childs, J. E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1995, 207, 12, pp 1562-1575
Abstract

Ixodes scapularis is redescribed, based on laboratory reared specimens originating from Bulloch County, Georgia, USA. Information on distribution, host associations, morphological variation, and medical/veterinary importance is also presented. A great deal of recent work has focused on this species ...

Author(s)
Keirans, J. E.; Hutcheson, H. J.; Durden, L. A.; Klompen, J. S. H.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1996, 33, 3, pp 297-318

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