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Abstract

At the above Meeting, held under the presidency of Mr. K. MACKENNA, M.A., C.I.B., I.C.S., Agricultural Adviser to the Government of India, a number of subjects were discussed bearing on the work of the Indian Civil Veterinary Department, and, as a result of the discussions on the various subjects...

Publisher
Superintendent Government Printing, Calcutta, India
Citation
Proceedings of the First Meeting of Veterinary Officers in India held at Lahore on the 24th March 1919 and following days., 1919, pp 45 pp.
Abstract

This report consists of three parts: -(1) the report of the Director; (2) the report of the Veterinary Research Officer, Muktesar [COOPER, H.] and (8) the report of the temporary Deputy Director, Imperial Veterinary Serum Institute, Izatnagar [D'COSTA, J.].
STAFF.-A list is given of the staff at...

Author(s)
Ware, F.
Publisher
Calcutta: Government of India Central Publication Branch.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Imperial Institute of Veterinary Research, Muktesar. For the year ending 31st March, 1931., 1931, pp 51 pp.
Abstract

This is a report on original work carried out by the authors in Bengal in the control of rinderpest. They employed the goat (live) virus described by EDWARDS [(1930). Imp. Inst. Agric. Res. Pusa. Bull. No. 199.], made from the spleen of experimentally infected goats this they termed "; tissue...

Author(s)
Kerr, P. J.; Menon, M. B.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1934, 4, pp 75-80
Abstract

This article describes the method of preparation of goat tissue rinderpest vaccine as carried out in Bengal, and records the vaccination of 100, 000 animals, with details of the reactions and mortality in 45, 148 animals which were kept under accurate observation.
The spleens of some goats weigh as ...

Author(s)
Kerr, P. J.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1935, 5, pp 67-89
Abstract

O. states that inoculation by the serum-alone method as a field measure is useless, that the serum and virus method is excellent but expensive, and that the goat-virus-alone method is as effective as the serum and virus and is cheaper. The use of a fixed goat virus, the virulence of which is high...

Author(s)
Oliver, A.
Publisher
India.,
Citation
Agriculture and Live-stock in India, 1936, 6, pp 626-681
Abstract

SINGH reviewed the position with regard to rinderpest in India since 1927, when goat virus was first employed alone. He stressed among its other advantages, its cheapness, safety, and prolonged effect. KERR stated that the efficacy and safety of goat tissue vaccine had been proved in Bengal. The...

Author(s)
Singh, B.
Publisher
India,
Citation
Proc. Anim. Husb. Res. Wkrs Cowf., 1937, pp 36-39 pp.
Abstract

In the RINDERPEST eradication scheme, 9.4 million animals were vaccinated during the year and Uttar Pradesh is now free from the disease. To prevent rinderpest from entering from neighbouring countries, two more border vaccination centres were established, bringing their total to 19. The incidence...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
New Delhi: The Council. (Items of veterinary interest pp. 35-37),
Citation
India. Annual Report of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research 1963-64., 1964, pp 188 pp.
Abstract

This mimeographed quarterly bulletin gives details of the progress of the control scheme in the various Indian states, with reference to the districts infected, immune belt areas along the Indian borders, checkpoints, vaccination stations, number of animals vaccinated, and number of doses of...

Citation
Rinderpest News Bulletin, 1968, 9, 4, pp 15 pp.
Abstract

This mimeographed quarterly bulletin gives details of the progress of the control scheme in the various Indian states, with reference to the districts infected, immune belt areas along the Indian borders, checkpoints, vaccination stations, number of animals vaccinated, and number of doses of...

Citation
Rinderpest News Bulletin, 1968, 10, 1, pp 13 pp.
Abstract

This mimeographed quarterly bulletin gives details of the progress of the control scheme in the various Indian states, with reference to the districts infected, immune belt areas along the Indian borders, checkpoints, vaccination stations, number of animals vaccinated, and number of doses of...

Citation
Rinderpest News Bulletin, 1968, 10, 2, pp 16 pp.

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