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Abstract

The success of the eradication scheme is illustrated by the progressive fall in the percentage of infected cattle which has occurred since 1922. In May, 1930, the percentage was 1.7 as calculated from the biennial survey. Out of 1, 521 counties, 121 had an incidence of over 7 per cent. ; in the...

Author(s)
Wight, A. E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1931, 78, pp 878-885
Abstract

The natural occurrence of avian tuberculosis in cattle in Great Britain is reported. The nature of the infection was established in three calves and in two adult bovines belonging to three herds, but it was probable that other cases among calves existed in at least one of these herds. Tuberculosis...

Author(s)
Miñett, F. C.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1932, 45, pp 317-830
Abstract

After a brief discussion of the intravenous, subcutaneous and intradermal tests and their literature, the authors describe in detail the preparation of johnin for intradermal use, the culture medium being that of HASTINGS, BEACH and MANSFIELD. They then give a method of conducting the intradermal...

Author(s)
Broerman, A.; Fogle, A. E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1932, 81, pp 795-808
Abstract

The essence of this paper is a comparison of the results obtained by testing animals suspected of Johne's disease with johnin prepared by Dunkin and avian tuberculin.
The authors find, as others have reported, that the reactions given by infected animals are less pronounced as a rule than those...

Author(s)
Veenbaas, A.; Swierstra, J.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1932, 59, pp 869-884
Abstract

These papers contain the authors' observations over a period of six years on a herd containing animals naturally and experimentally infected with Johne's disease.
In the first paper they state that all animals drenched with infected tissue developed the disease but that all attempts to infect ...

Author(s)
Hagan, W. A.; Zeissig, A.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1933, 23, pp 1-15
Abstract

Although Johne's disease has been reported from at least 27 states in America and promises to become one of the chief menaces to the cattle industry, its slowly progressive and non-spectacular features have curbed the interest of all but a few workers, and consequently the technical journals show a ...

Author(s)
Hallman, E. T.; Witter, J. F.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1933, 83, pp 159-187
Abstract

This report to the 1933 Annual Congress of the National Veterinary Medical Association consists of a review of Johne's disease in cattle under the following headings: - prevalence and economic importance, symptoms and course of the disease, diagnosis during life and after death, differential...

Author(s)
Minett, F. C.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1933, 13, pp 1074-1091
Abstract

These three papers, the last of which is a general discussion which was opened by Dr. Wehrle, are dealt with below in the form of a single abstract.-Ed.].
A review has been made of all the contagious diseases of animals past and present, the progress made in their eradication and/or control, and the ...

Author(s)
Wehrle, E.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1933, 7, pp 29-51
Abstract

These three papers, the last of which is a general discussion which was opened by Dr. Wehrle, are dealt with below in the form of a single abstract.-Ed.].
A review has been made of all the contagious diseases of animals past and present, the progress made in their eradication and/or control, and the ...

Author(s)
Leclainche, E.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1933, 7, pp 52-66
Abstract

These three papers, the last of which is a general discussion which was opened by Dr. Wehrle, are dealt with below in the form of a single abstract.-Ed.].
A review has been made of all the contagious diseases of animals past and present, the progress made in their eradication and/or control, and the ...

Author(s)
Leclainche, E.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1933, 7, pp 314-326

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