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Abstract

L. reviews the work of the veterinary services during the first 18 months of war with Germany.
The incidence of infectious diseases continued the downward trend of pre-war years in spite of the mass evacuation of stock and the calling-up of a large number of veterinary surgeons. Statistical data...

Author(s)
Leonov, N. I.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1943, 1, pp 9-12 pp.
Abstract

Bone marrow biopsies were taken from 28 yearling and adult cattle, experimentally infected with F & M disease. Within hours of infection the number of reticuloendothelial cells was increased 2-10 times. By 24 hours the number of macrophages had almost reached the max., and some contained fragments...

Author(s)
Grinets, I. G.
Citation
Trudy nauchno-kontrol. Inst. vet. Preparatov, 1964, 12, pp 107-115
Abstract

Bone marrow biopsies were taken from 28 yearling and adult cattle, experimentally infected with F & M disease. Within hours of infection the number of reticuloendothelial cells was increased 2-10 times. By 24 hours the number of macrophages had almost reached the max., and some contained fragments...

Author(s)
Salazhov, E. L.
Citation
Trudy nauchno-kontrol. Inst. vet. Preparatov, 1964, 12, pp 128-137
Abstract

Bone marrow biopsies were taken from 28 yearling and adult cattle, experimentally infected with F & M disease. Within hours of infection the number of reticuloendothelial cells was increased 2-10 times. By 24 hours the number of macrophages had almost reached the max., and some contained fragments...

Author(s)
Voinov, S. I.; Blekherman, B. E.; Kostina, A. V.; Potemkin, A. A.; Shevyrev, N. S.
Citation
Trudy nauchno-kontrol. Inst. vet. Preparatov, 1964, 12, pp 138-144
Abstract

After an epidemic among cattle, sheep and pigs in 1958, immunization by artificial infection was forbidden. An aluminium hydroxide, formolized vaccine prepared from lapinized type A virus was introduced in 1960, and over a million cattle were inoculated annually. An eradication scheme which started ...

Author(s)
Ushmaev, N. L.
Citation
Veterinariya, 1965, 42, 2, pp 28-31
Abstract

Strain Ai was isolated during an epidemic in Transcaucasia in 1964. Cattle immunized with type A, strain 103 (variant A7) were not fully immune to strain Ai. Complement fixation tests and cross-infection experiments on g.pigs showed that Ai was a new variant, differing from standard type A variant...

Author(s)
Larda, P. N.; Salazhov, E. L.; Antonyuk, V. P.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1966, 1, pp 20-22 pp.
Abstract

The 26 papers (five of which are abstracted separately in this issue) dealt with some major epidemic diseases not present in the Soviet Union, such as African swine fever, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia, bluetongue, Asian foot and mouth disease; and also some rare or relatively neglected...

Author(s)
Kovalenko, Ya. R.; Laktionov, A. M.; Zotov, A. P.; Ostapenko, K. A.
Publisher
Moscow: Izdatel'stvo Kolos,
Citation
Maloizuchennye zabolevaniya sel'skokhozyaist vennykh zhivotnykh., 1967, pp 264 pp.

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