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Mycoplasma sp. was recovered from a herd of cows with high incidence of MASTITIS which did not respond to penicillin. In another herd, a slow growing organism similar to Streptococcus thermophilus was recovered. A survey was begun to deter-mine the point of entry of Salmonella spp. into meat meal....

Author(s)
Summerville, W. A. T.
Publisher
Brisbane: S. G. Reid, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Australia. Queensland. Annual report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock fer the year ended 1962-1963., 1963, pp 67 pp.
Abstract

The author attempted to demonstrate bacilli in the blood of 15 clinically tuberculous cattle, after they had reacted to tuberculin, and of five other cows 24 hours before and 24 hours after they had reacted to tuberculin. Subcutaneous inoculation into guineapigs and culture by the method of...

Author(s)
Ananiadés, B.
Publisher
Paris.,
Citation
Compte rendu des seances de la Societe de biologie, 1935, 119, pp 265-266
Abstract

TB. disclosed by the tuberculin reaction was fairly widespread, especially among stall-fed cattle and pedigree stock. Samples of milk examined in Calcutta were, however, free from tubercle bacilli. Ducks did not react against tuberculin prepared from tubercle bacilli of other species. The incidence ...

Publisher
Delhi : Govt. of India Press,
Citation
Annual Report of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research for 1947-48., 1949, pp 66 pp.
Abstract

In the elimination of cases of open tuberculosis in the Ostertag method of control, the diagnosis should always be completed by bacteriological examinations of sputum, etc. Even if the clinical and bacteriological diagnoses seem to agree there can, however, be failures. In 3, 386 eases in cattle,...

Author(s)
Marcusson, E.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1936, 41, pp 1-16
Abstract

The authors attempted to ascertain whether white mice are suitable experimental animals for testing the virulence of various strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and for distinguishing between the human, bovine and avian types.
Mice were inoculated, intravenously and occasionally...

Author(s)
Stamatin, N.; Stamatin, L.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1939, 63, pp 269-292
Abstract

In a comparison of the methods of diagnosis of type of tuberculous infection by determination of specific virulence, the reliability of subdural inoculation of the rabbit is stressed in the differentiation of even the most virulent human strain or of a relatively avirulent bovine strain....

Author(s)
Boquet, A.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1939, 63, pp 531-553
Abstract

III. An attempt was made to differentiate the type of infection in pigs by testing the sensitization to tuberculin of 72 rabbits and 72 g. pigs inoculated with material from TB. lesions. The tuberculin tests were made six weeks after inoculation. It was found that rabbits were of no value for this...

Author(s)
Crawford, A. B.
Citation
American Review of Tuberculosis and Pulmonary Diseases, 1938, 37, pp 579-597
Abstract

The author describes the technique and method of reading tests. On a comparison of the results of examinations of 1, 425 samples of milk, some being bulk samples and some from individual cows, by the complement-fixation test and by guineapig inoculation, it was found that if whole milk was used...

Author(s)
Zinn, H.
Publisher
Berlin,
Citation
Thesis, 1935, pp 32 pp.
Abstract

Schultz concludes from an examination of quarter samples from 7, 721 cows in 131 herds, whose mixed milk produced tuberculosis in guineapigs, that the use of the complement-fixation test made with whey is a useful help in the detection of udder tuberculosis, but that it cannot replace clinical...

Author(s)
Schultz, C.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1935, 43, pp 113-114
Abstract

The orthodox method of determining the presence of tubercle bacilli in suspected products by the subcutaneous or Intraperitoneal inoculation of the guineapig necessitates a considerable delay before a definite response can be obtained. With a view to a curtailment of this period, NINNI [see this ...

Author(s)
Belleflamme, M.
Citation
Ann. Med. vet., 1931, 76, pp 415-420

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