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Abstract

In continuation of previous work [V.B. 26, abst. 1986] c.f. tests on sera from 274 cows in France that had aborted revealed Q fever antibodies at 1: 40 or more in 85, antibodies to the "neo-rickettsial" strain Q18 [a virus of the psittacosis-lymphogranuloma group] in 62, and to both agents in 22....

Author(s)
Giroud, P.
Publisher
Paris,
Citation
Compte Rendu de l'Academie des Sciences, 1963, 257, pp 1648-1650
Abstract

Of the 76 outbreak strains of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus typed so far, 28 were Vallée O, 16 an O variant; 6 Vallée A, 16 an A variant; 2 Waldmann C, 5 a C variant; and 3 atypical. Animals vaccinated with crystal violet vaccine (bivalent, types O and A) were immune to challenge for 100.5 months....

Publisher
Delhi: Govt. of India press.,
Citation
Annual Report of he Indian Council of Agricultural Research for 1955-56., 1959, pp 196 pp.
Abstract

S. gives a general summary of present-day knowledge about the virus, together with some of his own findings. Statistical tables of the infection in Spain are given, with a hypothesis for its starting point (the Pyrenees). An interesting observation is made: that the epizootic curve starts going up...

Author(s)
Sanchez, F. F. V.
Publisher
Madr.,
Citation
Trab. Inst. Bio. anim., 1945, 8, pp 321-404
Abstract

This was the third international conference of its kind and reports were presented by delegates from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Mexico and the U.S.A., dealing with: -Techniques in vaccine production (Willems, Moosbrugger, Ubertini); Antibodies in vaccinated cattle...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1949, 31, pp 397-426
Abstract

The first outbreaks in a double waved outbreak of F. & M. disease in Spain occurred in November and December, 1942, in the Pyrenees, area, by February the disease had spread to the neighbourhood of Madrid and by July, 1943, the epizootic had extended to 20 provinces affecting livestock to a value...

Author(s)
Valcarcel, F. F.
Citation
Ciencia veterinaria, 1944, 5, pp 107-117
Abstract

A case of Aujeszky's disease [infectious bulbar paralysis, pseudorabies, mad itch] is reported by the authors from France. A bovine showing all the classical symptoms of the condition (pruritis, paralysis, etc.) died after an illness of about 48 hours. The brain was inoculated into a series of...

Author(s)
Rossi; Colin.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1935, 8, pp 82-87
Abstract

The report deals with animal diseases in the territory and with the work of the Arloing Research Institute.
ANIMAL DISEASE.-ANTHRAX and BLACKLEG were only rarely seen and now give very little trouble. BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS appears to be spreading, 47 cases having been seen in 1935. Imported cattle...

Author(s)
Cottier.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1936, 13, pp 235-241
Abstract

II. G. brings together and reviews the available information on Aujeszky's disease; his article should be read in the original. Aujeszky's disease and rabies have little in common except that both are produced by filtrable viruses and cause symptoms referable to lesions in the central and/or...

Author(s)
Galloway, I. A.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1938, 15, pp 745
Abstract

Immunity to foot and mouth disease was demonstrated in all guineapigs vaccinated. [The numbers used, according to a paper by LIGNIERES, were 14 vaccinated and 14 controls].
The experiment upon bovines was vitiated by a serious reduction in the number of available animals. LIGNIERES vaccinated five...

Citation
Rev. zootec. Buenos Aires., 1933, 20, pp 75-76
Abstract

A number of diseases characterized by the formation of lesions on various parts of the mucous membrane of the mouth have been described as occurring in cattle, but for the most part the descriptions are very vague.
Aphthous stomatitis, or, as it is termed in France, ulcerativa stomatitis, occurs...

Author(s)
Leclainche, E.
Citation
Revue generale de Medecine veterinaire, 1928, 37, 438, pp 305-312 pp.

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