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Abstract

Forty-four cows were divided into 2 equal and comparable groups according to their serum titres of detectable inhibitors to staphylococcal hyaluronidase. The animals in one group were given 6 s/c vaccinations with 10-ml. amounts of formolized 18-hour broth cultures of Str. agalactiae Strain A 100...

Author(s)
HOWELL, D. G.; SMITH, I. M.; HOLMAN, H. H.; PATTISON, I. H.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology, 1956, 66, pp 49-61
Abstract

II. The authors studied the infectivity of Str. agalactiae when inoculated into the udder in 40 cows, 23 of which had serum containing an inhibitor to staphylococcal hyaluronidase while the remaining 17 did not. All of the 17 cows not possessing the inhibitor were infected, while of the 23...

Author(s)
HOWELL, D. G.; PATTISON, I. H.; HOLMAN, H. H.; SMITH, I. M.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology, 1954, 64, pp 351-355
Abstract

H. detected an inhibitor to Staphylococcus aureus hyaluronidase in the serum of 55 out of 122 cows. It was thermostable and appeared to be a true antibody. In the serum of 3 of these cows tested 13 weeks after exposure to intramammary infection with Streptococcus agalactiae, an inhibitor to the...

Author(s)
HOWELL, D. G.
Citation
Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1954, 68, pp 287-289