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In 1969, enzootic leucosis was suspected in cattle imported into Brazil from Denmark. Prof. Bendixen and Dr. Gaede, who came from Denmark to examine the cattle, concluded that the changes in the leukocyte picture might be related to factors not operating in Europe, that the criteria used in Europe...

Author(s)
De Alencar, R. A.
Citation
Biologico, 1970, 36, pp 181-184
Abstract

Infectious keratoconjunctivitis of cattle is endemic in all the States of Brazil; in the State of Rio Grande do Sul it becomes a severe disease of epidemic character during the summer months. Material obtained from 230 affected cattle over a period of nine years yielded M. bovis in all cases- in...

Author(s)
Moreno, G.; Bottino, J. A.; Mós, E. N.
Publisher
S. Paulo,
Citation
Archivos do Instituto Biologico, Sao Paulo, 1969, 36, pp 183-189
Abstract

The veterinary services of three regions of the State of São Paulo reported 118 cases in 103 premises; only 16 were confirmed by laboratory examination. Statistics are set out to show the populations of young susceptible cattle and the number of cases in each administrative district. It is...

Author(s)
Valente, F. De A. T.; Amaral, L. B. S.
Citation
Biologico, 1970, 36, pp 284-289
Abstract

Xylazine (Rompun) was tested on range cattle. Injections of 2% or 10%, solutions reduced respiratory, cardiac and ruminai activity, causing a rise in body temperature and abolished corneal and palpebral reflexes, thus inducing light narcosis. By reducing the dose, it was possible to sedate...

Author(s)
Bollwahn, W.; Vaske, T.; Rojas, M. R.
Publisher
Leverkusen,
Citation
Vet. Med. Rev., Leverkusen, 1970, 2, pp 131-144 pp.
Abstract

Three strains of type C virus isolated from spontaneous outbreaks of F & M disease in cattle in Sao Paulo in 1963, 1966 and 1969 were shown by C.F. tests to be more closely related to subtype C Pirbright than to subtype C Resende (which is used for the preparation of vaccine in Brazil).-MGG.

Author(s)
Pinto, A. A.; Pustiglione Netto, L.
Citation
Arqs Inst. biol., S. Paulo., 1970, 37, pp 99-102
Abstract

Studies reported in 1967 [see V.B. 39, abst. 257] have continued, and 44 cases are now analysed. The areas of Brazil known to be implicated extend to the State of Santa Catarina; the infestation of pastures by bracken (Pteridium aquilinum var. arachno-ideum) is a common factor. Three clinical...

Author(s)
Tokarnia, C. H.; DöBereiner, J.; Canella, C. F. C.
Citation
Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, 1969, 4, pp 209-224
Abstract

Confirmed cases have occurred in the State of Rio de Janeiro since 1941. In experimental cattle, symptoms appeared 12-41 hours after ingestion; death followed within a few minutes to 5 hours (one death after 44 hours); some animals recovered. Characteristic symptoms were tremors, opisthotonus,...

Author(s)
Tokarnia, C. H.; Dobereiner, J.; Canella, C. F. C.; Guimaraes, D. J.
Publisher
IPEACS, Km 47, Campo Grande, GB, ZC-26 Brazil,
Citation
Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, 1969, 4, pp 195-204
Abstract

The cattle were normal males of zebu type and about 4 years old. S, Oranienburg was isolated from the bile of two from the State of Minas Gérais and from one from Sao Paulo. Methods used for collecting samples, isolation, identification and typing, and the antigenic formulae of the strains are...

Author(s)
Xavier, V. L.; Campelo, J. C. F.
Publisher
Escola Vet. Univ. Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Km 47, Campo Grande, GB ZC-26,
Citation
Pesquisa agropec. bras., Ser. vet. 4., 1969, 4, pp 229-234
Abstract

Of 1, 073 serum samples taken between March and November 1968, 84% were positive against SF-4 strain, and 36% against HA-1 strain. No significant differences were demonstrated between percentages positive to SF-4 strain, according to the climatic areas from which the blood specimens were obtained....

Author(s)
Candeias, J. A. N.; Ribeiro, L. C.
Publisher
S. Paulo.,
Citation
Archivos do Instituto Biologico, Sao Paulo, 1970, 37, pp 129-135
Abstract

The proportion of reactors to the rapid agglutination test among a large sample of the cattle population in each region was 92, 117 and 7.4% respectively.-RM.

Author(s)
Siqueira Amaral, L. B.
Citation
Biologico, 1970, 36, pp 69-74

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