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Leptospirosis continued to be prevalent in man most cases were due to L. canicola of canine origin. Of 103 animal sera examined for toxoplasmosis by the dye test, seven were positive and one was doubtful. Serum samples from 51 horses, acquired by the Institute, were titrated for their diphtheria,...

Publisher
Johannesburg: The South African Institute for Medical Research.,
Citation
South Africa. The South African Institute for Medical Research, Johannesburg. Annual report for the year 1962., 1963, pp 235 pp.
Abstract

The authors reviewed the literature and gave an account of experiments with many field strains of virus maintained by passage in cattle or in culture. They gave details of the 50% end-point dilutions obtained with these strains in mice 3-6 days old when inoculated i/p. Simultaneous i/d titrations...

Author(s)
Barei, S.; Camisani, V.; Nardelli, L.; Santero, G.
Citation
Archivio Veterinario Italiano, 1953, 4, pp 523-537
Abstract

After 270 consecutive passages through hen's eggs, O type F. & M. disease virus was non-pathogenic for cattle, but still produced typical generalized F, & M. disease in pigs and g. pigs. It appeared that the virus must come abundantly in contact with chorio-allantoic ectoderm to infect the embryo.
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Author(s)
Traub, E.; Capps, W. I.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Tierheilkunde, 1953, 5, pp 301-316
Abstract

Green zone (viridans) streptococci have been isolated from over 60 cows suspected of being infertile, although such strains are also found in the normal bovine genital tract. Four sheep in a group of 50 revealed intervertebral abscesses due to Corynebacterium ovis. A Pasteurella-like organism was...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
W. L. Hawes, Govt. Printer, Adelaide,
Citation
South Australia. The Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science. Twenty-second and Twenty-third Annual Reports of the Council from July, 1959-June, 1960 and July, 1960-June 1961., 1961, pp 84 & 74 pp.
Abstract

The susceptibility of cattle, donkeys, and g.pigs to the Indiana and New Jersey serotypes was confirmed. Sheep were not susceptible to Indiana sero-type, neither were rabbits to New Jersey serotype. Overt lesions were produced in rabbits by 'laboratory' strain of the Indiana type and by 'Jacksboro' ...

Author(s)
Myers, W. L.
Citation
Dissertation, Wisconsin pp. 74. Abst. from Diss. Abstr., 1962, 22, pp 2947-2948
Abstract

Strains A1, A2and A3were successfully neutralized in vitro within an hour, using A-serum from either horses or g. pigs. This was true for each strain alone or all mixed together.
0-A-C serum, whether from cattle, sheep, or pigs was similarly effective against the three strains. Calves and pigs...

Author(s)
Schang, P. J.; Aramendi, M. C.
Publisher
B. Aires.,
Citation
Gaceta Veterinaria, 1952, 14, pp 171-176
Abstract

An immunity breakdown was studied in the Gacé district of Normandy. The virus was shown to be an O variant. The epidemic was confined to a well-defined area and breakdowns occurred 13 days after vaccination; 6-8% of vaccinated animals became ill, whilst herd break-down varied from 2-80%....

Author(s)
Girard, H.; Mackowiak, G.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1950, 33, 9-10, pp 477-493
Abstract

In 1988, STRODTHOFF reported that the presence in cattle of passive immunity to foot and mouth disease was unfavourable to the use of vaccine in that the antibody of hyperimmune and convalescent serum appeared to neutralize the antigen of the vaccine and that this neutralizing action of the serum...

Author(s)
Möhlmann, H.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1944, 78, pp 523-528
Abstract

Immune serum interfered with the development of active immunity when it was given 15-36 days before crystal violet or virus vaccine against swine fever in pigs, 3-10 days before adsorbed Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae vaccine in pigeons, at the same time as or 3-10 days before live avirulent E....

Author(s)
Kovalenko, J. R.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1961, 56, pp 805-821; 822-839 pp.
Abstract

Repeated injections of a fraction from normal bovine tongue epithelium into rabbits elicited the production of precipitins. It was observed that most of the infectivity of purified virus preparations was also precipitated by the antiserum to normal bovine tissue. Quantitative precipitin tests...

Author(s)
Heckly, R. J.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1953, 71, pp 52-54

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