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Abstract

Chickens, turkeys, guinea-fowl, ducks and geese could be infected with cattle and g.pig strains of the virus of F. & M. disease and with the Ind C and NJ. M guineapig passaged strains of the virus of vesicular stomatitis. The lesions most commonly seen were on the dor sum of the tongue or on the...

Author(s)
Skinner, H. H.
Citation
Archiv fur die gesamte Virusforschung, 1959, 9, pp 92-126
Abstract

In August, 1930, the author had occasion to study " mad itch " in 9 out of a herd of 12 dairy cattle in Johnson county, Iowa.
The symptoms were intense pruritus, followed in 24 hours by weakness; death, preceded by convulsions, occurred after a further 24-86 hours
One of the nine animals did not...

Author(s)
Shope, R. E.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1931, 54, pp 283-248
Abstract

The present paper embodies the results obtained at the Laboratory of the Ministry of Agriculture between August, 1924, and October, 1925. There are not included any details of experiments carried on at the, Pirbright Experimental Station with larger animals.
The work has been carried out with virus ...

Author(s)
Stockman, S. ; Minett, F. C.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1926, 39, 1, pp 1-30 pp.