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The following paragraphs of veterinary interest are reprinted from, this report: -
Babesiasis.
"By the request of the Principal Medical Officer, a number of blood smears from domestic animals were sent to the Institute to be examined for the presence of babesiae".
" In all, the blood of 332 animals ...

Author(s)
Connal, A. ; Sinclair Coghill, H.
Publisher
Crown Agents for the Colonies., London, UK
Citation
NIGERIA. Annual Report of Medical Research Institute 1915., 1916, pp 28 pp.
Abstract

Towards the middle of the construction period of the Panama Canal the Hospital at Ancon organized a dairy and stocked it with animals from the United States, chiefly from the Gulf coast region. A number of pigs and a considerable number of chickens were also imported and subsequently the enterprise ...

Author(s)
Clark, H. C.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1918, 22, 2, pp 159-168
Abstract

TECHNIQUE.-KOZMA'S work on the enumeration of leukocytes and blood platelets in fowl blood is valuable. He used the counting chamber and diluted stained blood. The details are given in this review. PRESTON also improved the method for examining the red blood corpuscles of fowls.
MEYER contributed...

Author(s)
Wirth, D.
Citation
Folia hæmat., 1930, 43, pp 262-272
Abstract

The authors record here additional observations on the production and properties of isoagglutinins in rabbits. One donor was used for each recipient, and from the former 10 c.c. of blood were drawn to which 1 c.c. of 5 per cent. sodium citrate was added. The blood cells were centrifuged and...

Author(s)
Levine, P.; Landsteiner, K.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1931, 21, pp 513-516
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

The amount of research work has been restricted owing to reductions of staff in 1931 and an increased demand for the biological products of the laboratory. The length of the report was drastically cut down for publication on the grounds of economy.
RINDERPEST.-Further experiments were carried out...

Author(s)
Hall, G. N. A.
Publisher
Lagos: Government Printer.,
Citation
Ann. Rep. Vet. Dept., 1932., 1933, pp 12-17 pp.
Abstract

The chief points of interest are as follows: -
TECHNIQUE.
MOSER found that the normal blood volume is equivalent to about 7.5 per cent of the total body weight and MILLER found that, in cattle, there is 27.7 c.C. of blood for each lb.body Weight.
GOSSET studied thesedimentation rate of equine red...

Author(s)
Wirth, D.
Publisher
Lpz,
Citation
Folia Haematologica, 1934, 53, pp 108-111
Abstract

B. describes attempts to reproduce sensitivity to a Shwartzman test by various agents other than bacterial products. Simple oedema caused by ligature of the base of the ear in rabbits or by friction with toluol showed that sensitivity was due to more than interference with circulation. In some...

Author(s)
Bordet, P.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1936, 57, pp 857-899
Abstract

Studies were made upon the Na content of whole blood, cells, plasma and serum of a wide group of mammals. These included pigs, elephants, horses, cattle, camels, sheep, goats, llamas and various species of deer. Serum Na of these animals appeared to be constant within the range of 0.336-0.424 g....

Author(s)
Pasquier, Marie-antoinnette.
Publisher
Paris,
Citation
Compte Rendu de l'Academie des Sciences, 1939, 209, pp 360-362
Abstract

This condition was shown by OSTERTAG and BUGGE in 1906 to be due to a filtrable virus; it was easily transmitted artificially and under natural conditions. The present authors, working at Giessen, describe an outbreak of a similar disease among experimental cattle used for work on trichomoniasis....

Author(s)
Schaaf, J.; Traub, E.; Beller, K.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1940, 56, pp 85-103

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