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Studies of the induction of interferon by attenuated FMD virus in calf kidney (CK) cell cultures, and the sensitivity of virulent FMD virus to homologous and heterologous interference and interferon are described. CK cell cultures were inoculated at a multiplicity of 0.013-1.13 TCID50/cell with the ...

Author(s)
Oleinikov, O. G.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1971, 1, pp 39-41 pp.
Abstract

After 27 passages of Type O2 virus on trypsinized embryonic porcine kidney cells in monolayer culture, the culture liquid contained about 108.5TCID50/ml and was satisfactory for hyperimmunization of cattle and g.pigs. The antiserum, at 0.2 ml/kg protected calves against 1/10, 000 but not against...

Author(s)
Tican, V.
Citation
Lucr. Inst. Cerc. vet. Bioprep. Pasteur, 1966, 3, 1, pp 27-39 pp.
Abstract

Ten series of monovalent tissue culture vaccines against types O, A and C, that had been stored at +4°C for 1-11 months, and were still efficacious in cattle, were tested in g.pigs. They protected 50% of the g.pigs at a dose of O.06-l ml against challenge with virulent virus. Vaccines that had been ...

Author(s)
Pappous, C.; Brovas, D.; StouraïTis, P.; Karavalakis, J.; Cardassis, J.
Citation
Bull. Soc. vet. hell., 1967, 18, pp 1-13
Abstract

Complement-fixing antibody to rinderpest virus was demonstrated in heat-inactivated cattle sera, using an extract of rinderpest-infected bovine lymph nodes as antigen, increasing concentrations of guineapig complement, and overnight fixation. Specific complement-fixing antibody was demonstrable...

Author(s)
Moulton, W. M.; Stone, S. S.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1961, 2, pp 161-166
Abstract

After 60 passages on tongue epithelium (Frenkel's technique) the virus was passaged 174 times in unweaned and in adult mice. It killed adult mice after 60-90 days; did not cause vesiculae but caused myo-cardial lesions in cattle by the tongue i/d route in large doses; did not cause vesicles in...

Author(s)
Mackowiak, C.; Camand, R.; Fontaine, J.; Gilbert, H.; Lang, R.; Pertermann, H. G.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1964, 61, pp 679-712
Abstract

Fourteen strains of ND virus produced one or more types and sizes of plaques in primary chick kidney monolayers. Eleven strains produced plaques in monolayers of human and avian origin. Plaques were not produced in primary bovine kidney cells or in guineapig lung, hamster kidney, and mouse L cell...

Author(s)
Schloer, G.; Hanson, R. P.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1968, 29, pp 883-895
Abstract

For the previous report see V.B. 40, abst. 4242. At the Amsterdam Branch of the Central Veterinary Laboratory, research on FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE continued, with reference to vaccine production, immunization of pigs with an acetylethylenimine-inactivated oil-emulsion vaccine prepared from the...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
The Hague,
Citation
Netherlands. Stichting voor Diergeneeskundig Onderzoek. Jaarverslag 1968., 1970, pp 100 pp.
Abstract

For the initial mouse infection, a type O strain "Stavropol skii" adapted to bovine and porcine epithelium was used. For the subsequent 48 passages mice of gradually increasing weight (7-35 g.) were infected. The hind legs of infected mice were ground in phosphate buffer soln., centrifuged,...

Author(s)
Abdel Malek Butros, B.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1963, 40, 11, pp 71-72 pp.
Abstract

The blood picture of Kumaoni hill bulls and adult guineapigs was studied before and after infection with a virulent Indian strain of the virus, at Mukteswar (7, 500 ft. above sea-level). In both, the number of erythrocytes and leukocytes increased with the onset of the disease and fell gradually as ...

Author(s)
Huq, M. M.; Abdussalam, M.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1963, 60, pp 839-847
Abstract

Cattle and guineapigs, infected with a coital vesicular exanthema virus and subsequently with the virus of F. & M. disease, developed F. & M. disease of a milder form and later than untreated controls. In unweaned mice, injected i/p with a mixture of the two viruses, virulence of the F. & M....

Author(s)
Kubin, G.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1961, 48, pp 265-277

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