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This article deals with the clinical course of naturally contracted surra in buffaloes. No information was obtainable regarding the period of incubation as experiments dealing with artificial infection were not performed. The disease is stated to commence as an acute infection, for this is the type ...

Author(s)
Doeve, W. C. A.
Citation
Veeartsenijkundige Bladen v. Nederl. -Indie., 1917, 29, 1, pp 4-15 pp.
Abstract

The author records that he has treated eleven buffaloes, diagnosed as suffering from surra, with " Bayer 205 " in Java. Each animal received a single intravenous injection of 3 or 5 grammes (in a 5 per cent, solution); and all were put in dark, fly-free stalls and kept under observation-with daily...

Author(s)
Douwes, J. B.
Citation
Nederl. -Indische Bidden v. Diergeneesk. en Dierenteelt., 1923, 35, 1, pp 1-19 pp.
Abstract

The Annual Report of the Veterinary Research Laboratory is given in Chapter XII (pp. 197-220).
During the year, great increases were noted in the amount of work of various kinds which the laboratory had to undertake; this increased activity affected especially the section dealing with sera and...

Publisher
Dept. of Agriculture, Industry and Commerce, Dutch East Indies
Citation
JAARBOEK VAN HET DEPARTEMENT VAN LANDBOUW, NIJVERHEID EN HANDEL IN NEDERLANDSCH-INDIE., 1924,
Abstract

The authors have carried out the sublimate test with serum from an infected beast twice, and as controls have used sera from twenty healthy animals. They found that there was no difference in the reactions given by these animals.
In tests in which three infected and three healthy guineapigs were...

Author(s)
Nieschulz, Otto; Wawo-roentoe, F. K.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1929, 56, 21, pp 1133-1136; 1136 pp.
Abstract

This is a thesis of 172 pages, divided into six chapters and including a bibliography with 172 references.
In an introduction, the author gives a general account of the importance, distribution and symptoms of the disease, and discusses briefly the history of its occurrence and recognition in the...

Author(s)
Bakker, S.
Publisher
Drukkerij Fa. Schotanus & Jens., Utrecht,
Citation
Over de surra en hare bestrijding in Nederlandsch-Indië., 1930, pp 180 pp.
Abstract

The institute was rebuilt in 1928 and 1929 and a description of it has been published (1931). Ned.-Indisch. Blad. v. Diergeneesk. 43. 408. Accompanying photographs show it to be a very fine and well-appointed institution. Dr. BUBBERMANN, the director, is assisted by four veterinary...

Citation
Nederlandsch-Indische Bladen voor Diergeneeskunde, 1932, 44, pp 77-114
Abstract

The animal accommodation of the institute was increased and certain new laboratory apparatus for use in serum and vaccine preparation was acquired. The number of the experimental animals used, 88 horses, 40 cattle, 41 buffaloes, 4 sheep, 8 asses, 2 pigs, one dog and a large poultry flock, was...

Citation
Nederlandsch-Indische Bladen voor Diergeneeskunde, 1932, 44, pp 244-282
Abstract

A brief survey is given of the history of the discovery of surra in the Dutch East Indies and a few statistical figures regarding its prevalence. Before describing his own experiments in the treatment of the disease, the author reviews very shortly the existing literature on the subject.
Twelve...

Author(s)
Bakker, S.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1932, 59, pp 19-32
Abstract

The European staff and the general conditions of work remained unchanged from the previous year.
DEPARTMENT FOR GENERAL DIAGNOSIS.-The results are given in tabular form. Of special interest is a short account of the poisoning of seven buffaloes by cassava tops which, on analysis; were found to...

Author(s)
Bubbermann, C.
Publisher
Batavia: Landsdrukkerij,
Citation
Jaarverslag Burg. Veeartsenijk. Dienst over 1932., 1934, pp 67-102 pp.
Abstract

In spite of heavy " cuts " in the public funds assigned to the institute, and in the veterinary staff, the research and diagnostic work has been carried on, and also the production on a large scale of antisera and vaccines. The silver jubilee of the institute was celebrated in 1933. One of the five ...

Author(s)
Bubberman, C.
Citation
Jversl. veeartsenyk. Inst., 1935, pp 91-126 pp.

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