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Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is endemic in many regions of the world and is one of the most prevalent epizootic animal diseases. FMD affects livestock, such as cattle, sheep, goats and pigs, and causes enormous economic losses due to reduced productivity and trade restrictions. Preparedness and...

Author(s)
Shimmon, G.; Wood, B. A.; Morris, A.; Mioulet, V.; Grazioli, S.; Brocchi, E.; Berryman, S.; Tuthill, T.; King, D. P.; Burman, A.; Jackson, T.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2016, 11, 8, pp e0160696
Abstract

DNA vaccines are considered as alternatives to live attenuated ones for those diseases like foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) where the production and application of live vaccines have been found unsuccessful. However, stability of DNA and the quantity of antigen expressed are the major limitation with...

Author(s)
Nagarajan, G.; Ravikumar, P.; Kumar, C. A.; Reddy, G. R.; Dechamma, H. J.; Suryanarayana, V. V. S.
Publisher
Springer, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Virology, 2011, 22, 1, pp 50-58
Abstract

The cold variant was prepared from the "Or-13" strain of type O virus by 300 serial passages in cultures of calf kidney cells incubated at 24°C. Propagation of the cold variant at higher temperatures altered its biological properties. Virus grown at 30°C was pathogenic for unweaned mice, weakly...

Author(s)
Zhidkov, S. A.; Sergeev, V. A.; Trubitsyn, B. I.; Urvantsev, N. M.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1970, 10, pp 42-44 pp.
Abstract

It is established that F & M disease virus may persist in the pharynx of cattle in the presence of virus neutralizing antibody. Serial passage of the virus in immune cattle can cause it to undergo immunological variation and the antigenic structure of virus grown in tissue culture in the presence...

Author(s)
Fellowes, O. N.; Sutmoller, P.
Publisher
Plum Island Anim. Dis. Lab., USDA, Greenport, Long Island, New York,
Citation
Archiv fur die gesamte Virusforschung, 1970, 30, pp 173-180
Abstract

The potency of 36 batches of aluminium hydroxide, formolized vaccine prepared from lapinized virus A22 was determined as the 50% protective dose for g.pigs weighing 500-550 g, with cattle weighing 200-300 kg as controls. G.pigs vaccinated i/m with 1 ml of 1: 3, 1: 9 and 1: 27 dilutions were...

Author(s)
Kuleshova, L. A.; Kozlovskii, G. A.; Sorvachev, E. V.; Murashkin, V. I.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veteri-nariya., 1969, 5, pp 25-27 pp.
Abstract

guineapig 19S precipitating antibody is able to differentiate between antigenic variants of F & M disease virus, but the 7S antibody cannot. To find out if neutralizing antibody behaved similarly, serum samples were obtained from cattle and g.pigs at intervals beginning one day after inoculation of ...

Author(s)
Wagner, G. G.; Cowan, K. M.
Publisher
Anim. Dis. Lab., Plum Island, Greenport, New York 11944,
Citation
Federation Proceedings. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1970, 29, pp 435
Abstract

Strain "O-BFS 1860 BTY 1C1" was studied by cross-c.f. tests and identified as subtype O1 The virus was shown to be highly immunogenic for guineapigs and cattle.-KJB.

Author(s)
BöHm, H. O.; Panjevic, D.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1970, 83, pp 409-414
Abstract

Virus type A variant Ai (No. 663) was grown in primary culture of calf kidney cells, pig kidney cells, in transplantable pig kidney cells, in tongue epithelial cells from cattle and in freshly suspended kidney cells from calves and pigs. For the preparation of experimental vaccines the virus was...

Author(s)
Syusyukin, A. A.; Kravets, I. K.; Syusyukina, M. S.; Efimov, N. I.; Sergeev, V. A.; Mel'Nik, R. I.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1967, 4, pp 17-18 pp.
Abstract

The test was performed by a micro-method, using g.pig hyperimmune serum and virus antigen of high titre produced in tissue culture Two hours at room temp. or one hour at 37°C gave the best results. The test was suitable for measuring the antibody response to a vaccine.-RM.

Author(s)
Roumiantzeff, M.; Salvatori, J.; CaillèRe, F.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1969, 145, pp 455-463
Abstract

Vaccines were prepared by passaging strains of Types A, SAT 1 and SAT 2 in cultures of surviving fragments of bovine tongue epithelium: the virus was inactivated by formalin or acetylethyleneimine, usually in the presence of aluminium hydroxide gel. In some experiments, the viral antigen was first...

Author(s)
Hyslop, N. St. G.; Morrow, A. W.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1969, 10, pp 109-120

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