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Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) is widespread in cattle in Brazil and research shows its large antigenic variability. Available vaccines are produced with virus strains isolated in other countries and may not be effective. In this study, inactivated vaccines containing the Brazilian BVDV-Ib...

Author(s)
Jordão, R. S.; Ribeiro, C. P.; Pituco, E. M.; Okuda, L. H.; Fava, C. del; Stefano, E. de; Marchiori Filho, M.; Mehnert, D. U.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 2011, 91, 2, pp 311-315
Abstract

Several cases of para vaccinia (false cowpox) in cattle were observed at Astrida (Ruanda-Urundi). The clinical symptoms and the course of the disease were studied in a herd of 15 cows over 18 months. Artificial transmission to cattle, though successful in some animals, gave irregular results. A...

Author(s)
Huygelen, C.; Thienpont, D.; Dekeyser, P. J.; Vandervelden, M.
Publisher
Comm. for Technical Cooperation in Africa South of the Sahara, Publ. Bureau, London, UK
Citation
Bulletin of epizootic diseases of Africa, 1960, 8, pp 233-240
Abstract

Cysticercus bovis[Taenia saginata] from slaughter cattle were divided into 10 batches of 50 each, ground, emulsified and injected into mice by the nasal or i/p route and into g.pigs by the i/p route. From 4 batches a psittacosis-lymphogranuloma virus ("neo-rickettsia") was isolated; this was easily ...

Author(s)
Jadin, J.; Giroud, P.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1959, 52, pp 420-422
Abstract

Studies and activities included: adaptation ot FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus to different animal species, cultivation in tissue culture, and typing; influence of age and persistence of agglutinins in am mals vaccinated with Brucella abortus Strain 19; control of BRUCELLOSIS (infection rate was...

Author(s)
NóBrega, P.
Citation
Biologica, 1964, 30, pp 73-90
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 above papers, published together in a special number, record work done during the war in Canada on an island in the St. Lawrence River. For security reasons the papers could not be published at that time. A foreword explains that in 1941 serious concern was felt lest rinderpest be introduced...

Author(s)
Cooper, H. K.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1946, 7, pp 228-237
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

Among the recommendations approved by the Congress for consideration by the authorities were the following: - there should be a standard method throughout the country for the preparation of anti-rabies vaccine; swine fever vaccines should be thoroughly tested before being given official approval;...

Citation
Bol. Soc. brasil. Med. vet., 1943, 12, pp 179-230
Abstract

In 1931 the authors obtained from the Lister Institute, London, some virus which was originally isolated from a human case of ascending paralysis in Trinidad and studied it by numerous animal inoculation experiments. Inoculation of the virus subdurally into three rabbits, three dogs, two cats, two...

Author(s)
Remlinger, P.; Bailly, J.
Publisher
Paris.,
Citation
Bull. Acad. Med., 1932, 107, pp 242-253
Abstract

Rabies in Trinidad is of unusual type, in that almost all the human cases are paralytic [see this Bull. 1. 285, and 3. 699.]; the vampire bat (Desmodus rufus) is there the chief, if not the only, vector.
Vampire bats, the sole mammals specialized to feed exclusively on blood, are readily maintained ...

Author(s)
De Verteuil, E.; Urich, F. W.
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1936, 29, pp 317-354

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