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VIII. From time to time strains have been obtained which do not fall into the three main classes, viz ' O ', 'A' and ' C'. During the period 1930-1934, 88 strains were examined. In the first place, they were adapted to the g. pig and were then tested by cross-immunity tests in animals resistant to...

Author(s)
Andrews, W. H.; Eccles, A.; Hole, N. H.; Polding, J. B.; Longley, E. O.; Hamilton, A. A.; Graham, A. M.
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee., 1937, pp 129-141 pp.
Abstract

X. Blood sera were collected from cattle recovered from an ' O ' type of virus over periods varying from one to twenty months and were tested in g. pigs to assess their protective value. Different doses of the sera were given subcutaneously and the virus inoculated simultaneously in the pad. The...

Author(s)
Andrews, W. H.; Eccles, A.; Hole, N. H.; Polding, J. B.; Longley, E. O.; Hamilton, A. A.; Graham, A. M.
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee., 1937, pp 160-190 pp.
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III. Two strains of F. & M. virus, one of which was obtained from Rhodesia, were of full virulence for cattle under both natural and experimental conditions, but were almost apathogenic for pigs. On the other hand, three strains from field outbreaks in which pigs alone were affected, produced...

Author(s)
Andrews, W. H.; Eccles, A.; Hole, N. H.; Polding, J. B.; Longley, E. O.; Hamilton, A. A.; Graham, A. M.
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee, 1937, pp 63-72 pp.
Abstract

II. A hedgehog was caught on infected farm premises. In spite of the absence of visible lesions, virus was demonstrated in the skin and most of the 11 organs. It was readily transmitted to g. pigs and to bovine animals by inoculation. Cross-immunity experiments showed that the hedgehog strain was...

Author(s)
Andrews, W. H.; Eccles, A.; Hole, N. H.; Polding, J. B.; Longley, E. O.; Hamilton, A. A.; Graham, A. M.
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee, 1937, pp 56-63 pp.
Abstract

V. A strain of the virus of " vesicular exanthema of swine " was obtained from the U.S.A. In confirmation of American work, it was found that it induced in swine lesions very similar to F. & M. disease. Some minor differences in the development of the lesions were noted, but they were not of...

Author(s)
Andrews, W. H.; Eccles, A.; Hole, N. H.; Polding, J. B.; Longley, E. O.; Hamilton, A. A.; Graham, A. M.
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee., 1937, pp 99-104 pp.
Abstract

VI. Blood, milk and urine collected from cows suffering from F. & M. disease, ' O ' type, were tested intradermally on g. pigs. The results were relatively consistent. In the blood, virus was found from the 49th to 89th hours, i.e. shortly before vesication commenced until this stage had...

Author(s)
Andrews, W. H.; Eccles, A.; Hole, N. H.; Polding, J. B.; Longley, E. O.; Hamilton, A. A.; Graham, A. M.
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee., 1937, pp 104-115 pp.
Abstract

I. In a previous report [V. B. 8. 144.] mention was made of apparent mutations in strains of F. & M. disease virus after passage through g. pigs. One strain (147) when passed serially through g. pigs was apparently a pure " O " type at the 12th passage, but at the 15th it had entirely lost its " O...

Author(s)
Eccles, A.; Longley, E. O.; Thomson, J. K.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology, 1937, 50, pp 412-420
Abstract

IV. In 1931, an outbreak of an unusual type occurred in Southern Rhodesia [see V. B.3. 243, and 4. 233].
The disease was mild in character and no evidence could be obtained that it spread by indirect means. Parenteral inoculation of infective material was usually unsuccessful, but the disease was...

Author(s)
Andrews, W. H.; Eccles, A.; Hole, N. H.; Polding, J. B.; Longley, E. O.; Hamilton, A. A.; Graham, A. M.
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries. Fifth Progress Report of the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Research Committee, 1937, pp 72-99 pp.
Abstract

1 àppendix. L. describes a form of caprine pneumonia which occurs m Madras. The disease appears to be related to one described by ORR V. B. 9. 440. in the Malay States. See also V.B. 9. 333]. The incubation period averages 12-15 days and the course of the illness one week. Along with...

Author(s)
Longley, E. O.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science, 1940, 10, pp 127-197

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