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Abstract

Buffalopox occurs either as a localized (limited to the teats and udder) or a generalized disease. The former was more common. On the CAM the virus caused either a large, white, opaque lesion or a greyish white lesion without central necrosis. The virus caused agglutination of fowl, rabbit and g...

Author(s)
Katana, R. S.
Publisher
Punjab Agric. Univ, India
Citation
Antigenic analysis of buffalopox virus and its comparison with vaccinia and cowpox viruses., 1969, pp 1 p
Abstract

Poliovirus-neutralizing substances (VNS) were found in the majority of adult cattle sera (most commonly against type-2 poliovirus and least commonly against type-3 virus). The VNS developed in the majority of calves between 6 and 16 months; their development was irregular, but the older the animal...

Author(s)
McFerran, J. B.
Citation
Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1962, 83, pp 73-82
Abstract

Poliovirus-neutralizing substances (VNS) were found in the majority of adult cattle sera (most commonly against type-2 poliovirus and least commonly against type-3 virus). The VNS developed in the majority of calves between 6 and 16 months; their development was irregular, but the older the animal...

Author(s)
McFerran, J. B.
Citation
Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1962, 83, pp 83-88
Abstract

A/Equi 2/England 65 (serologically similar to A/Equi 2/Miami 63) agglutinated r.b.c. of fowl, g.pig, human O, pigeon, pig, horse, cow, turkey and sheep. H.I. tests of this virus and of A/Equi l/Cambridge 63 (serologically identical to A/Equi l/Prague 56) revealed that the sub-types of V antigen of...

Author(s)
Rose, M. A.
Citation
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1966, 59, pp 51-52
Abstract

II. All viruses of the psittacosis-lymphogranuloma group have common heat-stable group antigens which fix guineapig complement with the corresponding antibodies in the sera of man, guineapigs, cats, cattle, sheep, psittacine birds and pigeons. They also produce heat-labile, type specific antigens,...

Author(s)
Rice, C. E.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, 1961, 25, pp 74-79
Abstract

All human sera tested delayed the cytopathic effect of enteric bovine isolates. Absorption of pooled sera with one isolate reduced the titre equally for this virus and 3 antigenically unrelated isolates. The inhibitor was also found in g.pig, horse, and dog sera, but its properties in these sera...

Author(s)
Evans, G. L.
Publisher
Temple Univ.,
Citation
Properties of a nonspecific neutralizing substance for bovine viruses in human and rabbit sera., 1962, pp 70 pp.
Abstract

The A. R. C. Field Station at Compton, the first research centre to be established under the direct control of the Council, was set up in 1938 primarily for the purpose of intensifying research into diseases of animals.
In developing the Station the policy has been to breed and rear a disease-free...

Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Report of the Agricultural Research Council for the year 1956-57., 1958, pp 152 pp.
Abstract

After 270 consecutive passages through hen's eggs, O type F. & M. disease virus was non-pathogenic for cattle, but still produced typical generalized F, & M. disease in pigs and g. pigs. It appeared that the virus must come abundantly in contact with chorio-allantoic ectoderm to infect the embryo.
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Author(s)
Traub, E.; Capps, W. I.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Tierheilkunde, 1953, 5, pp 301-316
Abstract

An outbreak of disease among guineapigs was due to Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis, and was eradicated by the use of a slide agglutination test.
OVINE BRUCELLOSIS can be transmitted to clean rams grazing with infected rams, but not by grazing pastures previously grazed by the infected animals. The...

Publisher
SOUTH AUSTRALIA., Adelaide: K. M. Stevenson, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Council of the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, July 1956-June 1957., 1958, pp 79 pp.
Abstract

RINDERPEST virus, "line E" bovine Strain, which reached 369 serial passages since its isolation from a field outbreak, no longer evoked severe reactions even in highly susceptible hill cattle. The goat-adapted virus, "line W l", reached 390 passages and was fully immuno-genic for cattle when tested ...

Author(s)
Datta, S.
Publisher
INDIA., Delhi: Govt. of India press.,
Citation
Annual report of the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar and Mukteswar, for 1953-1954., 1957, pp 98 pp.

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