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Aim: This study aims to identify the dominant viral animal pathologies and to list the traditional recipes used by the breeders for their treatment. Materials and Methods: The method of data collection was based on a retrospective survey. Thus, 787 breeders and agro-breeders scattered in the eight...

Author(s)
Kpodékon, T. M.; Ogni, C. A.; Dassou, H.; Dougnon, T. J.; Boko, C.; Koutinhouin, G. B.; Goussanou, J. S. E.; Akoegninou, A.; Youssao, I.
Publisher
Veterinary World, Rajkot, India
Citation
Veterinary World, 2015, 8, 12, pp 1424-1434
Abstract

Viruses must be able to resist host innate responses, especially the type I interferon (IFN) response. They do so by preventing the induction or activity of IFN and/or by resisting the antiviral effectors that it induces. Poxviruses are no exception, with many mechanisms identified whereby...

Author(s)
Buttigieg, K.; Laidlaw, S. M.; Ross, C.; Davies, M.; Goodbourn, S.; Skinner, M. A.
Publisher
American Society for Microbiology (ASM), Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Virology, 2013, 87, 9, pp 5028-5040
Abstract

This special issue contains topics on diversity among topotypes of Bluetongue virus serotype 9 by whole genome sequence analysis; fowl adenoviruses causing hydropericardium syndrome in poultry; evidence of reassortment between eastern and western topotype strains of Bluetongue virus serotype 16...

Author(s)
Malik, Y. S.; Prasad, M.
Publisher
Nexus Academic Publishers (NAP), Lahore, Pakistan
Citation
Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, 2013, 1, 4S, pp 1-58
Abstract

Pastoralists and cattle farmers in various under-developed regions of the world have long relied on and still use medicinal plants for treatment of cattle diseases. Partly this has been due to lack of access to modern veterinarians and price of modern medicines; however, in part these traditional...

Author(s)
Adedapo, A. A.; Bankole, B. O.
Publisher
Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India
Citation
Mechanism and action of phytoconstituents, 2011, pp 385-396
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This proceedings is comprised of 22 papers on several aspects of veterinary medicine. Three papers discuss the repair of fractures in the dog and horse by surgery, and 9 discuss infectious diseases in chicken, their diagnosis and treatment. Focus is given on studies regarding avian influenza in...

Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Cairo University, Giza, Egypt
Citation
Veterinary Medical Journal Giza, 2009, 57, 4, pp 525-828
Abstract

The use of fowlpox-derived vectors to develop veterinary vaccines is described. The success of this approach is demonstrated using the production of a fowlpox vector carrying a copy of the haemagglutinin gene from a highly virulent avian influenza virus as an example. Fowls and turkeys vaccinated...

Author(s)
Paoletti, E.
Publisher
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, USA, Oakland, California, USA
Citation
Risk assessment in agricultural biotechnology: Proceedings of the international conference., 1990, pp 38-49
Abstract

Eyes were observed for 30 days after the inoculation of infectious bronchitis, Newcastle disease, avian encephalomyelitis, pox, infectious laryngotracheitis and influenza viruses. Eyes from infected chicks with marked clinical changes were examined PM. Clinical and microscopic changes in the eyes...

Author(s)
Marolt, J.; Frank, A.; Mazija, H.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1977, 25, 5/6, pp 291-297
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A cattle census showed 38, 039 cattle of which 20, 481 were crossbred and 17, 558 Creole cattle, as against 19, 891 in 1930. The total cattle of all classes was 42, 168 as against 31, 869 in 1930, but the "herd" and draft cattle have greatly diminished. The high incidence of TUBERCULOSIS is largely ...

Publisher
Port Louis, Mauritius: J. Eliel Felix, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual report of the Department of Agriculture, 1956., 1958, pp 80 pp.
Abstract

The 1968 livestock census revealed an increase in the cattle population to 515, 000. Of the 56, 000 cattle slaughtered, 24, 372 passed through the Swaziland Meat Corporation abattoir at Matsapa. The number of cattle with CYSTICERCOSIS remained high with 8.7% of all carcases being infected: of the...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Mbabane: Ministry of Agriculture,
Citation
Swaziland. Annual report of the Ministry of Agriculture for the year ended 31st December 1968., 1969, pp 61 pp.
Abstract

Rinderpest has not been diagnosed since 1950; 4135 cattle were vaccinated against this disease. Foot and mouth disease continued to be endemic with 98 outbreaks involving 241 cattle and 193 outbreaks involving 1677 pigs; all isolates were type O. There were 79 outbreaks of swine fever involving 631 ...

Author(s)
Nichols, E. H.
Publisher
Govt. Press, Java Rd, Hong Kong,
Citation
Hong Kong. Annual departmental report by the Director of Agriculture and Fisheries for the financial year 1968-69., 1970, pp 113 pp.

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