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Failure of desmosomal adhesion with ensuing keratinocyte separation - a phenomenon called acantholysis - can result from genetic, autoimmune or infectious proteolytic causes. Rare hereditary disorders of desmosomal formation have been identified in animals. Familial acantholysis of Angus calves and ...

Author(s)
Olivry, T.; Linder, K. E.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2009, 20, 5/6, pp 313-326
Abstract

235 cases of abscesses were seen in 9 species of domestic animals at the Veterinary School, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia from 1976 to 1983. 307 strains of aerobic bacteria were isolated, 133 in pure culture. Corynebacterium pyogenes was the most common species (38.1%) isolated, followed by ...

Author(s)
Bahaman, A. R.; Basri, K.; Shah-Majid, M.; Sheikh-Omar, A. R.
Citation
Kajian Veterinar, 1985, 17, 2, pp 133-136
Abstract

Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from 58 of 306 swabs taken from the perineum, nostrils, lower abdomen or udder and teats of 102 animals, and from ten of 44 swabs from the hands of animal attendants. All of 14 dromedaries, 81% of 36 buffaloes, 25% of 24 cattle, two of six horses, three of 11...

Author(s)
Nasser, M.; Mowafy, L. E.; Ibrahim, M. S.; Metwally, M.
Citation
Journal of the Egyptian Veterinary Medical Association, 1980, 40, 2, pp 23-33
Abstract

50 samples of water were taken from troughs in housing and enclosures used for cattle, buffaloes, horses or sheep, on 4 experimental farms. Escherichia coli was found in 7 samples, but many samples contained other coliform bacteria. Staphylococcus aureus was found in 3 samples and Streptococcus...

Author(s)
Moustafa, T. H.; Ismail, A. A.; Ahmed, A. A.; Kamel, Y. Y.
Citation
Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1977, 4, 7, pp 161-169
Abstract

Author(s)
Kapur, M. P.
Citation
Haryana Veterinarian, 1973, 12, 2, pp 21-22
Abstract

Bacteriological, serological and histological studies were carried out on 42 donkeys, 18 horses, 3 cattle, 3 buffaloes, 6 sheep, 6 goats, 6 camels, one dog and one cat with orchitis. From the testicles of donkeys and horses, Salmonella abortivoequina was isolated in 33 cases, and C. pyogenes in 14; ...

Author(s)
Helmy, N.; Hosny, Z.; Fouad, K. A.; Iskander, M.; Farrag, H.; Selim, M. K.
Citation
Veterinary Medical Journal, Giza, 1966, 11, pp 179-209
Abstract

Of 75 strains of C. pseudotuberculosis (ovis), 73 produced a toxin which killed mice within 4 days. One non-toxigenic strain was isolated from an unusual host-a deer, and the other from a cow. Toxins of strains from sheep, horses and buffaloes were related to each other by the mouse protection...

Author(s)
Lovell, R.; Zaki, M. M.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1966, 7, pp 302-311
Abstract

There were no serious disease outbreaks during the year. Of 47 horses suspected of WESTERN ENCEPHALOMYELITIS only seven were positive on c.f. tests. Equine abortions due to RHINOPNEUMONITIS virus were confirmed for the first time. There have been no cases of RABIES since 1956. The first cases of...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Edmonton, Alberta: Department of Agriculture,
Citation
Canada. Annual Report of the Veterinary Services Branch for the Province of Alberta, 1964., 1965, pp 85 pp.
Abstract

There were four Europeans on the staff.
GENERAL DIAGNOSIS SECTION [KRANEVELD, F. C.]-After liste of the resulte of diagnostic examinations, notes are given of special investigations of which the following are the most important: - research on ANTHRAX, comprising faecal examinations in domestic and...

Author(s)
HUBER, F. L.
Publisher
Batavia: Landsdrukkerij.,
Citation
DUTCH EAST INDIES., 1940, pp 67-108 pp.
Abstract

Jhooling or jhoolak is described as "a contagious disease of camels- manifesting itself in the formation of local tumours, hot and painful, of a fibrous character, and terminating in suppuration and raw patches."
The disease is widely distributed throughout the Punjab; it is not so common in the...

Author(s)
CROSS, H. E.
Publisher
Supt. Govt. Ptg, Calcutta, India
Citation
Bulletin, Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa, 1917, No. 72, pp 2 pp.

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