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For the previous report see V.B. 40, abst. 4242. At the Amsterdam Branch of the Central Veterinary Laboratory, research on FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE continued, with reference to vaccine production, immunization of pigs with an acetylethylenimine-inactivated oil-emulsion vaccine prepared from the...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
The Hague,
Citation
Netherlands. Stichting voor Diergeneeskundig Onderzoek. Jaarverslag 1968., 1970, pp 100 pp.
Abstract

Various field strains of foot and mouth disease virus, serially passaged in mice, remained pathogenic for guineapigs, sheep or cattle, except for those passaged more than 60 times. Strains of type O and type Asia 1 virus produced a cytopathic effect in kidney cells from cattle, lamb, monkey and...

Author(s)
Anon.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar (U. P.) Scientific report of the Division of Bacteriology and Virology for the year 1969., 1970, pp xv + 70 pp.
Abstract

A viral agent cytopathogenic for bovine kidney tissue cultures was isolated from the nasal washings of 2 out of 12 feeder calves exhibiting marked clinical signs of shipping fever. It agglutinated guineapig and bovine r.b.c., was not neutralized by infectious bovine rhinotracheitis convalescent...

Author(s)
Gale, C.; King, N. B.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1961, 138, pp 235-238
Abstract

At the Amsterdam Branch of the Central Veterinary Laboratory (director: Dr. J G. van Bekkum) 4 million doses of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE vaccine (against types O1 and O2) for cattle and 1 million doses for pigs were produced. Research on vaccine production and immunization of pigs continued. Attempts ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Scinpostduin 18, The Hague,
Citation
Netherlands Stichting voor Diergeneeskundig Onderzoek. Jaarverslag 1967., 1969, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

In studies on the microbiology of the digestive tract, sheep with a mixed rumen ciliate population made greater weight gains during an early period of ad libitum feeding when compared with a ciliate-free group. However over a 12-month period there was no significant difference in body weight, food...

Author(s)
Anon.
Citation
Great Britain. The Rowett Research Institute. Annual report of studies in animal nutrition and allied sciences. Vol. 23, 1967., 1968, pp 82 pp.
Abstract

An outbreak of disease among guineapigs was due to Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis, and was eradicated by the use of a slide agglutination test.
OVINE BRUCELLOSIS can be transmitted to clean rams grazing with infected rams, but not by grazing pastures previously grazed by the infected animals. The...

Publisher
SOUTH AUSTRALIA., Adelaide: K. M. Stevenson, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Council of the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, July 1956-June 1957., 1958, pp 79 pp.
Abstract

The Nakamura 111 strain of lapinized RINDERPEST virus was being maintained and used. Immunity tests on cattle, buffaloes, sheep and goats showed that it had conferred immunity up to a year. Of 61 strains of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus isolated from outbreaks in India, 19 were type O, 16 were...

Publisher
INDIA., Simla: Government of India Press.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Mukteswar and Izatnagar for the year 1949-50., 1955, pp 80 pp.
Abstract

The authors re-describe the organism first recognized by Jones and Little and generally known as Pasteurella haemolytica. Serologically the strains which they isolated fell clearly into two types, one being far more common in the lungs of cattle than the other.
Certain strains of the commoner type, ...

Author(s)
Florent, A.; Godbille, M.
Citation
Ann. Med. vet., 1950, 94, pp 337-361
Abstract

BOVINE CONTAGIOUS PLEURO-PNEUMONIA constitutes the major disease problem and appears to be endemic in certain areas owing to the difficulty in enforcing quarantine regulations.
The position with regard to TRYPANOSOMI-ASIS, F. & M. DISEASE and RABIES remains unchanged.
Following a steady reduction...

Publisher
Nairobi: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Veterinary Department Annual Report, 1949., 1951, pp 61 pp.
Abstract

The number of dairy cattle increased by 3.1% to 131, 614. In tuberculin tests of 28, 160 cattle there were 0.184% reactors. The incidence of MASTITIS in dairy cattle is said to be 40% to 50%. This situation is being dealt with by the application of hygienic measures including the segregation of...

Author(s)
Hurt, L. M.
Publisher
Los Angeles, Calif.: County Livestock Department.,
Citation
Los Angeles County Livestock Department, California. Twenty-third annual report, fiscal year ending June 30, 1947., 1947, pp 48 pp.

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