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Abstract

Samples of cattle hides and wool contaminated with guineapig and rabbit tissues containing A, O and C types of the virus were irradiated. Biological tests demonstrated that 1.75 million roentgens inactivated types A and O, and 1.85 million roentgens type C. Irradiation had no adverse effect on the...

Author(s)
Andryunin, Y. I.; Oxenenko, O. F.; Rozov, A. A.
Publisher
Sanit.,
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Veterinarnoi Sanitarii, 1970, 35, pp 282-288
Abstract

guineapig 19S precipitating antibody is able to differentiate between antigenic variants of F & M disease virus, but the 7S antibody cannot. To find out if neutralizing antibody behaved similarly, serum samples were obtained from cattle and g.pigs at intervals beginning one day after inoculation of ...

Author(s)
Wagner, G. G.; Cowan, K. M.
Publisher
Anim. Dis. Lab., Plum Island, Greenport, New York 11944,
Citation
Federation Proceedings. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1970, 29, pp 435
Abstract

Strain "O-BFS 1860 BTY 1C1" was studied by cross-c.f. tests and identified as subtype O1 The virus was shown to be highly immunogenic for guineapigs and cattle.-KJB.

Author(s)
BöHm, H. O.; Panjevic, D.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1970, 83, pp 409-414
Abstract

Tissues of rabbits (aged 2-4 days) containing type O virus were ground, suspended in aluminium hydroxide, stabilized with crystal violet and glycerol and inactivated at 37°C for various periods. After 3-6 days at 37°C the virus became avirulent for g.pigs and after 8-10 days it became avirulent for ...

Author(s)
Tolstyak, I. E.; Andreev, E. V.; Rotov, V. I.; Konozenko, P. A.; Bakuirienko, M. D.; Omela-Enko, A. A.; Cheehetkina, N. P.
Publisher
Kiev,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1967, 12, pp 3-8 pp.
Abstract

Virus type A variant Ai (No. 663) was grown in primary culture of calf kidney cells, pig kidney cells, in transplantable pig kidney cells, in tongue epithelial cells from cattle and in freshly suspended kidney cells from calves and pigs. For the preparation of experimental vaccines the virus was...

Author(s)
Syusyukin, A. A.; Kravets, I. K.; Syusyukina, M. S.; Efimov, N. I.; Sergeev, V. A.; Mel'Nik, R. I.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1967, 4, pp 17-18 pp.
Abstract

Two g.pigs were each inoculated i/m with 1 ml of a suspension of rabies virus from a dog brain that had been stored at-20°C for ten months; the titre was 102.6 LD50 per 0.025 ml for adult mice by intracerebral injection. One g.pig was found dead after 373 days; its brain contained Negri bodies and...

Author(s)
Nilsson, M. R.
Publisher
S. Paulo,
Citation
Archivos do Instituto Biologico, Sao Paulo, 1969, 36, pp 59-61; 63-65
Abstract

The test was performed by a micro-method, using g.pig hyperimmune serum and virus antigen of high titre produced in tissue culture Two hours at room temp. or one hour at 37°C gave the best results. The test was suitable for measuring the antibody response to a vaccine.-RM.

Author(s)
Roumiantzeff, M.; Salvatori, J.; CaillèRe, F.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1969, 145, pp 455-463
Abstract

The new virus A4486 (Colombia 1967), isolated during breakdowns of immunity in vaccinated cattle, was compared with A4005 (A Colombia 1963) and A1433 (A Colombia 1957) by c.f. tests, cross-immunity tests in g.pigs and serum-protection tests in unweaned mice. The new virus showed practically no...

Author(s)
Turriago, G.; Lobo A. C. A.; Jaramiilo, M.; Morales, A.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1969, 71, pp 1155-1167
Abstract

Agoutis, which are South American rodents of the g.pig family, were highly susceptible to experimental infection with C-type F & M viruses. An agouti inoculated i/d with the virus and the agouti kept with it both developed mouth and heart lesions and died. The disease was apparently transmitted by...

Author(s)
Federer, K. E.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, 1969, 16B, pp 847-854
Abstract

The virus was isolated from skin scrapings from 4-6 weeks old piglets in a herd in the Po valley. About half the 320 piglets were affected, with pocks on the back and sides, but no systemic symptoms, all recovering in about three weeks. The virus was propagated in stable PK-15 cell culture, through ...

Author(s)
Lodetti, E.; Gualandi, G. L.; Ubertini, T.
Citation
Veterinaria italiana, 1969, 20, pp 157-176

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