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According to the authors the virus of foot-and-mouth disease remains localized at the point of entry and does not gain the blood stream until five hours have elapsed. They hold that the period of infectivity of the blood is in reality longer than has been generally thought. The blood and the...

Author(s)
Ruppert, F. ; Rottgardt, A.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1926, 42, 52, pp 897-898 pp.
Abstract

This paper is divided into five sections dealing with: (i) The action of various reagents on filtered vesicle fluid from guineapig lesions; (ii) the action of reagents upon the virus in the presence of added organic matter; (iii) the time factor in disinfection; (iv) disinfection of dried virus on...

Author(s)
Minett, F. C.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1928, 41, 4, pp 298-317 pp.
Abstract

NOTE.-The second of these papers is a summary of the first and was presented at the meeting on 27th April, 1931, of the Berliner mikrobiologische Gesellschaft.
There is sometimes a recurrence of foot and mouth disease after a previous outbreak in localities which had been considered to be again...

Author(s)
Waldmann, O.; Trautwein, K.; Pyl, G.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abt. I (Originale), 1931, 121, pp 19-32
Abstract

In the first of these two papers, the author discusses the pathogenicity of the virus of vesicular stomatitis as compared with that of foot and mouth disease for ten different species of animals and, in the second, he deals with the immunity conferred on guineapigs by the introduction of the former ...

Author(s)
Wagener, K.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1931, 21, pp 344-359
Abstract

NOTE.-The second of these papers is a summary of the first and was presented at the meeting on 27th April, 1931, of the Berliner mikrobiologische Gesellschaft.
There is sometimes a recurrence of foot and mouth disease after a previous outbreak in localities which had been considered to be again...

Author(s)
Waldmann.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abt. I (Referate), 1931, 102, pp 285-286
Abstract

In the first of these two papers, the author discusses the pathogenicity of the virus of vesicular stomatitis as compared with that of foot and mouth disease for ten different species of animals and, in the second, he deals with the immunity conferred on guineapigs by the introduction of the former ...

Author(s)
Wagener, K.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1931, 26, pp 388-396
Abstract

Repeated passage of cattle virus by intradermal inoculation of guineapigs may result in a transitory loss of virulence for cattle. Experiments carried out to determine the value of such attenuated viruses in cattle immunization show that contact control animals may develop the disease in a very...

Author(s)
Valleé, H.; Garré, H.; Rinjard, P.; Galea, G.; Gelormini; Harispe.
Citation
Revue generale de Medecine veterinaire, 1932, 41, pp 325-331
Abstract

For reasons of economy, the report appears in contracted form. Mr. J. WALKER, Chief Veterinary Research Officer, Kenya Colony, since 1918, left on retirement in October, 1932 and Mr. R. DAUBNEY, Assistant C.V.R.O. was appointed C.V.R.O. from 7th October, 1932. The post of Assistant C.V.R.O....

Author(s)
Daubney, R.
Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report Department Agriculture Kenya, 1932, 1933, pp 271-291 pp.
Abstract

The only known disease likely to cause any difficulty to an experienced observer is vesicular stomatitis and, in cattle and pigs, the similarity of the lesions of vesicular stomatitis and foot and mouth disease often makes it difficult to give a definite diagnosis. Where the nature of the disease...

Author(s)
Traum, J.
Citation
Proceedings 5th Pacif. Sci. Congr. Canada 1933, 1934, pp 2907-2910 pp.
Abstract

I. Since the work described in the previous abstract was done the culture has been further grown over a total of 27 passages in 104 days. Fowl plasma was used in the cultures but, as it is troublesome to obtain, an attempt was made to use agar (0.75 per cent. in Ringer's fluid) as a substitute:...

Author(s)
Frenkel, H. S.; Van Waveren, G. M.
Publisher
The Hague: Algemeene Landsdrukkerij.,
Citation
Staatsveearts. Onderzoek. -inst., 1935, pp 18 pp.

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