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I. J. concludes from an extensive series of experiments [for earlier notes see V. B. 7. 277, 8. 288.] that swine fever is transmissible to many species other than swine. In most cases however, no symptoms were noted or at most some pyrexia and slight indisposition.
The first part of the article...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1939, 62, pp 516-538
Abstract

338, 543 doses of anti-rinderpest vaccine and 79, 620 doses of antiserum were prepared. 111, 880 doses of vaccines and 14, 900 doses of antisera for use in various other diseases were also prepared. The use of anti-rinderpest vaccine has greatly increased and also that of antiserum, although double ...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Citation
Bull econ. Indochine, 1936, 39, pp 551-568
Abstract

This work is very comprehensive and detailed and should be studied in the original by those working on rinderpest research and control.
CONSERVATION OF THE VIRUS OUTSIDE THE BODY.-When the bactericidal action of blood from infected calves was reduced by lowering its pH, it was found in three cases...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1932, 48, pp 744-788
Abstract

This work is very comprehensive and detailed and should be studied in the original by those working on rinderpest research and control.
CONSERVATION OF THE VIRUS OUTSIDE THE BODY.-When the bactericidal action of blood from infected calves was reduced by lowering its pH, it was found in three cases...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1932, 48, pp 648-675
Abstract

This work is very comprehensive and detailed and should be studied in the original by those working on rinderpest research and control.
CONSERVATION OF THE VIRUS OUTSIDE THE BODY.-When the bactericidal action of blood from infected calves was reduced by lowering its pH, it was found in three cases...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1932, 48, pp 877-899
Abstract

It is well known, especially in tropical countries, that rinderpest virus rapidly loses its virulence outside the body of the host. Great difficulty has, in consequence, been experienced in many countries in transporting virus suitable for inoculation purposes to any considerable distance from a...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Publisher
Paris,
Citation
Compte rendu des seances de la Societe de biologie, 1931, 106, pp 706
Abstract

Anaplasmosis has not previously been reported from Indo-China though SCHEIN, while on a mission to the Philippines in 1924, noted anaplasms in cattle coming from Gambogia where they had undergone double inoculation against rinderpest at Pnompenh before being transhipped. On the other hand, HOUDEMER ...

Author(s)
Jacotot, H.; Evanno, Ch.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1931, 24, pp 104-111
Abstract

Anti-rinderpest serum is a serum of relatively poor value, for large doses have to be employed if good results are to be obtained. There appears to be little to choose on the score of economy of preparation, between the various techniques that are in use for its production at the present time.
It...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1929, 22, 5, pp 313-315 pp.
Abstract

All attempts hitherto made to vaccinate cattle against cattle plague by means of attenuated or dead virus have failed, but during the last few years a number of investigators have shown that certain tissues of animals infected with the disease can be used for the protective inoculation of other...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1929, 22, 5, pp 310-312 pp.
Abstract

The author feels that some revision is necessary of the classification of the types of immunity occurring naturally or produced artificially in animals. The present classification is, he thinks, too restricted. His studies of the manner in which animals react both under natural conditions and after ...

Author(s)
JACOTOT, H.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1929, 22, 4, pp 242-245 pp.

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