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According to the authors the virus of foot-and-mouth disease remains localized at the point of entry and does not gain the blood stream until five hours have elapsed. They hold that the period of infectivity of the blood is in reality longer than has been generally thought. The blood and the...

Author(s)
Ruppert, F. ; Rottgardt, A.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1926, 42, 52, pp 897-898 pp.
Abstract

The report consists of three parts: -(1) the report of the Director; (2) the report of the Veterinary Research Officer, Muktesar, and (8) the report of the Deputy Director, Imperial Serum Institute, Izatnagar [branch laboratory on the plains used chiefly for serum production]. Six appendices are...

Author(s)
Ware, F.
Publisher
Govt. of India Central Publicn. Branch, Calcutta, India
Citation
Annual Report of the Imperial Institute of Veterinary Research Muktesar, 1929-30., 1931, pp 39 pp.
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

This report contains general information on the livestock industry and research into and control of animal diseases. The Bureau employs a total of about. 4, 400 persons of all grades. The chiefs of the various divisions are as follows: -Animal Husbandry, E. W. SHEETS; Biochemic Division, M. DORSET; ...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1933., 1933, pp 47 pp.
Abstract

The special report section [pp. 5-18] contains an account of an investigation into Aujeszky's disease of which 14 cases in cattle and pigs were diagnosed. The natural transmission of the disease is discussed and the possibility of flies as vectors is suggested. For diagnosis with rabbits, the...

Author(s)
Lourens, L. F. D. E.
Publisher
Rotterdam : Stemerding & Co,
Citation
Verslag van de Werkzaamheden der Rijksseruminrichting door Dr. L. F. D. E. Lourens 1932., 1933, pp 70 pp.
Abstract

Tuberculosis in cattle in India appears to be rare and in many Provinces the disease has not hitherto been recorded [this Bulletin, 1919, Vol. 7, No. 4. p. 265]. In recent years, however, evidence has been obtained indicating that it is by no means uncommon, especially in slaughterhouse cattle, in...

Author(s)
Sheather, A. L.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1920, 33, 2, pp 73-103 pp.
Abstract

This paper is divided into five sections dealing with: (i) The action of various reagents on filtered vesicle fluid from guineapig lesions; (ii) the action of reagents upon the virus in the presence of added organic matter; (iii) the time factor in disinfection; (iv) disinfection of dried virus on...

Author(s)
Minett, F. C.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1928, 41, 4, pp 298-317 pp.
Abstract

VIRUS DISEASES.-Dr EAGLES continued his research on the cultivation of vaccinia virus on cell-free medium; success was obtained in some series, but not in others. Dr HURST studied equine encephalomyelitis in monkeys and guineapigs. Rapid increase in the virus was obtained, apparently by growth in...

Citation
The Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine. Report of the Governing Body, 1935., 1935, pp 24 pp.
Abstract

I. After briefly describing the early attempts at transmission of horse-sickness to animals other than the horse, the author records the successful transmission of the disease to the white mouse by intracerebral inoculation, which was accomplished by NIESCHULZ and himself independently. The...

Author(s)
Alexander, R. A.
Citation
Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Science, 1935, 4, pp 291-388
Abstract

This report does not lend itself to brief abstraction as it runs to some hundred and seventy pages, and a list of its contents would convey little or nothing.
It may be noted that the outbreak which occurred in the United States in 1908 was traced to small-pox vaccine imported from Japan. Animals...

Author(s)
Olitsky, P. K. ; Traum, J. ; Schoening, H. W.
Citation
United States Dept. Agric. Technical Bull., 1928, 76, pp 172 pp.

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