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Some 654 salmonella strains of 45 species were isolated from tissues and fluids of animal origin submitted to the Animal Research Institute, Yeerongpilly. Salmonella was isolated from fowls (133 isolations), ducks (16), goose (1), canaries (6), turkeys (4), pigs (239), cattle (206), sheep (29),...

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Simmons, G. C.; Connole, M. D.; Elder, J. K.
Citation
Queensland Journal of Agricultural Science, 1963, 20, pp 173-179
Abstract

The inhibitory action of blood from different species upon cultures of 12 strains of Past. multocida was closely related to the susceptibility of the animal to pasteurellosis. Blood from horse, cattle, sheep and goat had the greatest inhibitory action while that from buffalo, fowl and Muscovy duck...

Author(s)
Ryu, E.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1961, 23, pp 357-361; 363-366
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...

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

Haemagglutination, haemagglutination-inhibition and c.f. tests were used for differentiation between the Newcastle disease virus and the fowl plague virus strains Vena and Rostock and between the vaccine strains of Newcastle disease N, GNKI and VI and virulent strains Savski and Kuzminski. R.b.c....

Author(s)
Fomina, A. Ya.; Sokkar, I. M. H.
Citation
Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental'noi Veterinarii, 1966, 32, pp 72-81
Abstract

TB. disclosed by the tuberculin reaction was fairly widespread, especially among stall-fed cattle and pedigree stock. Samples of milk examined in Calcutta were, however, free from tubercle bacilli. Ducks did not react against tuberculin prepared from tubercle bacilli of other species. The incidence ...

Publisher
Delhi : Govt. of India Press,
Citation
Annual Report of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research for 1947-48., 1949, pp 66 pp.
Abstract

" Duck disease " causes a high mortality amongst wild ducks in the western states of America. KALMBACH in 1930 first suggested that this disease is botulism, and HOBMAIER in the same year isolated Cl. botulinum type C from the tissues of wild ducks which had died of this disease. The authors have...

Author(s)
Gunnison, Janet B.; Coleman, G. E.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1932, 51, pp 542-551
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.

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