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During 1963, RABIES was confirmed in 47 dogs (from Senegal 10, Ivory Coast 14, Upper Volta 13, Togo 4, Dahomey 3, Mauretania 2, Niger 1), two cats (Upper Volta 1, Niger 1) and a tiger-cat (Togo). Rabies virus was demonstrated in the salivary glands of six of the 14 infected animals examined. In a...

Author(s)
Orue, J.
Publisher
Laboratoire National de l'Elevage., Dakar-Hann, Senegal
Citation
Institut d'Elevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux. Region de recherches vétérinaires et zootechniques de I'Ouest Africain. Rapports sur le fonctionnement pour les annees 1963 et 1964., 1965, pp 232 & 192 pp.
Abstract

Haemagglutination, haemagglutination-inhibition and c.f. tests were used for differentiation between the Newcastle disease virus and the fowl plague virus strains Vena and Rostock and between the vaccine strains of Newcastle disease N, GNKI and VI and virulent strains Savski and Kuzminski. R.b.c....

Author(s)
Fomina, A. Ya.; Sokkar, I. M. H.
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental'noi Veterinarii, 1966, 32, pp 72-81
Abstract

Foot and mouth disease virus. Type A. was rendered avirulent by 28 passages in day old chicks or 12 in embryonated eggs. These strains, were non-pathogenic, had good antigenicity and did not spread by contact. In field trials with the chick embryo strain immunity lasted at least eight months....

Author(s)
NóBrega, P.
Citation
Biologico, 1963, 29, pp 149-163
Abstract

The defects of existing killed vaccines, namely short duration of immunity necessitating annual revaccination, post vaccinal paralytic accidents and high cost are discussed. Work done with the chick-embryo adapted Flury strain of the virus is then described. This strain was originally isolated from ...

Author(s)
Cox, H. R.
Citation
Proc. 53rd Meet. U.S. Live Stk. sanit. Ass., 1949, pp 8-16 pp.
Abstract

Swine fever virus was inoculated into horses, cattle, sheep, goats, g. pigs, rabbits, dogs, cats, monkeys and pigeons. Sheep and goats were fed infective material. In most cases no symptoms were observed, although a superficial inflammation of the alimentary tract was seen in sheep and goats. The...

Author(s)
Jacotot, H.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1937, 10, pp 280-283
Abstract

By continuous teaching, without any summer breaks, the college succeeded in graduating two extra classes during 1942-45: this seriously affected the amount of research done during these years. Students were unable to devote any time to seeing practice and this adversely affected the efficiency of...

Author(s)
Hagan, W. A.
Publisher
Geneva: W.F.Humphrey.,
Citation
Report of the New York State Veterinary College at Cornell university for the year 1944-1945., 1946, pp 205
Abstract

Paralytic rabies, identified in Brazil in 1911, has spread over the S. American continent; transmission is by blood-sucking bats. The causal agent is a neurotropic virus resembling that of canine rabies, but possessing certain biological and immunological characters attributable to continuous...

Author(s)
Novický, R.
Citation
Casopis Ceskoslovenskych Veterinaru, 1947, 2, pp 301-327
Abstract

An investigation of the use of the horse and the calf for the production of antirabic vaccine in large quantities. The fixed virus was passaged through six horses and six calves respectively and no marked change in the virulence of the virus for these animals was noted at the completion of the...

Author(s)
Jacotot, H.; Le Roux, J.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1937, 59, pp 517-525
Abstract

This article deals with attempts to infect laboratory animals with rinderpest. The virulence of the blood used was controlled by testing on Cyprus bulls. Guinea pigs, rabbits and white rats fed on virulent blood or inoculated with it showed no departure from normal. Four dogs fed on virulent...

Author(s)
Morcos, Z.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1931, 11, pp 281-232
Abstract

In spite of war conditions there was some improvement in meat supplies and livestock trade. The development of a new export trade in livestock to supply Kenya canneries was a good feature which would help in the solution of the problems of overstocking arid soil erosion in the Eastern Province.
In...

Author(s)
SiMMONS, R.
Publisher
Entebbe: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Department for the Year ended 31st December, 1940., 1941, pp 7 pp.

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