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The author's object is to show that the doubts cast on the theory of the mechanical transmission of surra, in view of KLEINE's experiments with the T. brucei and the G. palpalis, are not justified. In support of his view that the T. evansi is commonly transmitted mechanically the author gives...

Author(s)
Léese, A. S.
Citation
Journal of Tropical Veterinary Science, 1912, 7, 1, pp 19-32 pp.
Abstract

Although there is ample evidence that ruminants frequently recover from trypanosome infections and thereby acquire a strong immunity there are but scanty references in literature to the duration of such immunity.
LAVERAN and MESNIL record the case of a goat which having been the subject of nagana...

Author(s)
Mesnil, F. ; Leger, M.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1912, 5, 1, pp 31-35 pp.
Abstract

African Coast Fever. During the year five outbreaks occurred, as compared with eight in 1911 and eighteen in 1910. The total mortality including animals slaughtered on account of a rise of temperature was 505. Of these 409 occurred at one centre.
Dipping has been found to be of immense value in...

Author(s)
Sinclair, J. M.
Citation
Report of the Chief Veterinary Surgeon for the Year., 1912,
Abstract

Trypanosoma cazalboui is the most widely spread animal trypanosome in the West African French Colonies. Together with T. dimorphon it renders whole tracts of country uninhabitable for equines and bovines. T. pecaudi is to be found along the banks of all the rivers where they are wooded. Whereas T....

Author(s)
Bouffard, G.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1912, 5, 6, pp 380-385 pp.
Abstract

Cattle appear to be more susceptible to orpiment than horses, and the maximum dose should not exceed 7-8 grammes per 100 kilo. live weight. The administration of the drug is difficult in cattle. If given in the form of a ball there is a risk of the ball resting in the rumen or abomasum and setting...

Author(s)
Pecaud, G.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1912, 5, 6, pp 385-389 pp.
Abstract

The fact that a number of observers have suggested or have shown that certain trypanosomes can be transmitted experimentally by way of the intact mucous membrane of the alimentary tract prompted the author to investigate the same question with regard to piroplasms. He states that while it is well...

Author(s)
Nawrotzky, N. N.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, Abt. I (Originale), 1912, 66, 5-6, pp 417-420 pp.
Abstract

The first section of this paper is devoted to an account of the discovery by various authors of Toxoplasma in a number of animals. NICOLLE and MANCEAUX discovered the parasite in a rodent (Ctenodactylus gondi) in Tunis, SPLENDORE in the rabbit in Brazil, MELLO in the dog in Italy, PROWAZEK in a...

Author(s)
Yakimoff, W. L. ; Kohl-yakimoff, Nina
Citation
Archiv f. Protistenkunde., 1912, 27, pp 195-206
Abstract

East Coast Fever.-The inoculation with spleen or gland pulp according to Theiler's method is considered to be inapplicable owing to the high death-rate caused, and it is stated that a method of vaccinating with infective spleen pulp, peptone, and blood from an immune animal is being elaborated at...

Author(s)
Stordy, R. J.
Citation
Annual Report 1912-1913. Dept. of Agriculture. Veterinary Department, 1913, pp 23-41
Abstract

i. The authors reaffirm their statement published previously, to the effect that compounds of pentavalent antimony are practically useless for the treatment of trypanosomiasis.
Their experiments with Trixidin (antimony trioxide) upon large animals did not yield the satisfactory results obtained...

Author(s)
Kolle, W.; Hartoch, O.; Schürmann, W.
Citation
Zeitschrift für Immunitätsforschung und Experimentelle Therapie, 1914, 20, 5, pp 436-475
Abstract

The experiments recorded in this paper were carried out in order to obtain information regarding the risks attaching to the use of attenuated cultures for the vaccination of animals against anthrax.
Vaccines were prepared by the various known methods, and were tested upon rabbits, guineapigs, and...

Author(s)
Holmes, J. D. E.
Citation
Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture in India, 1914, 2, 7, pp 199-206 pp.

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