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Abstract

The components of the reaction were 0.2 ml. specific immune serum prepared against one of, the three types of virus in guineapigs; 0.2 ml. antigen from epithelium of infected cattle or from infected tissue culture; 0.2 ml. guinea-pig complement; 0.1 ml. of a suspension of human erythrocytes. Serum, ...

Author(s)
Esteves, M. B.
Publisher
S. Paulo,
Citation
Archivos do Instituto Biologico, Sao Paulo, 1959, 26, pp 167-175
Abstract

These two agents are related by a common antigen. Although complement-fixation and gel-diffusion tests showed antigenic cross-reactivity, there was no reciprical neutralization; they are therefore immunologically distinct viruses. Guineapigs sequentially inoculated with the two viruses showed...

Author(s)
Carmichael, L. E.; Barnes, F. D.
Publisher
Minneapolis,
Citation
Proc. 65th Ann. Meet. U.S. Livestock Samt. Ass., 1962, pp 384-388 pp.
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

In the U.S.S.R. foot and mouth disease is controlled by general sanitary and quarantine measures, combined with vaccination of cattle in a wide area around infected premises. The main problem discussed at the meeting was improvement in the methods of preparing vaccines and in their immunogenic...

Author(s)
TYULEN'KOVA, M. F.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1957, 34, 4, pp 90-92 pp.
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

Antigens were prepared from infected guineapig metatarsal and bovine tongue epithelium, and virus grown in tissue culture.
Haemolytic complement fixation and conglutination tests gave results of equal sensitivity when antibodies in rabbit or guineapig sera were titrated. The conglutinating...

Author(s)
Norcross, N. L.; Poppensiek, G. C.
Citation
Journal of Bacteriology, 1961, 81, pp 478-481
Abstract

S. stated that he used a Type O field strain of F. & M. disease virus of proven virulence and immunogenic properties for passage through g. pigs and obtained a live vaccine in the form of a suspension of virulent g. pig blood in a certain medium which prolongs the viability of the virus and...

Author(s)
Sviridov, A. A.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1953, 30, 11, pp 18-19 pp.
Abstract

Serum collected from horses, cattle, and pigs before and after inoculation with either the New Jersey or the Indiana strain of vesicular stomatitis virus, was examined by the c.f. test, using antigens prepared from the tissues of chick embryos infected with either of the two strains of virus. In...

Author(s)
Rice, C. E.; Mckercher, P. D.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1954, 73, pp 309-317
Abstract

The author's conclusions were as follows: The virus possessed great antigenic plasticity, and under the influence of conditions of the external environment could undergo a wide range of changes. In experiments with g. pigs, types C and A (Vallée) changed most rapidly; in experiments with cattle,...

Author(s)
Filippovich, S. M.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1957, 34, 4, pp 45-49 pp.
Abstract

All three types (A, O and C) of foot and mouth disease virus were adapted to new-born rabbits in which they caused paralysis and death about 48 hours after i/p injection. The virus was fully virulent for cattle and g.pigs after 50 passages. It progressively lost its virulence on alternate passage...

Author(s)
Verge, J.; Paraf, A.; Dhennin, Louis.; Dhennin, Leone.; Asso, J.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1957, 30, pp 291-298

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