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Milk losses associated with mastitis can be attributed to either effects of pathogens per se (i.e., direct losses) or effects of the immune response triggered by intramammary infection (indirect losses). The distinction is important in terms of mastitis prevention and treatment. Regardless, the...

Author(s)
Detilleux, J.; Kastelic, J. P.; Barkema, H. W.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2015, 118, 4, pp 449-456
Abstract

Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) is the causative agent of Johne's disease (JD), a chronic granulomatous enteritis in ruminants. Understanding the protective immune response following infection is crucial to improve the diagnosis and the development of vaccines against this...

Author(s)
Jolly, A.; Lompardía, S.; Hajos, S. E.; Mundo, S. L.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology, 2016, 169, pp 47-53
Abstract

I. Experimental vaccination of cattle with BCG has been carried out over a period of eight years and the resistance of these animals when exposed to natural sources of tuberculosis infection has been determined. In cattle up to 18 months old vaccination appeared to confer some resistance to...

Author(s)
Watson, E. A.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Research, 1933, 9, pp 128-136
Abstract

Hagan, (1929). Cornell Vet. 19. 173. assumed that acid-fast organisms are widespread in nature and Frey [(1930). Science. 71. 3 66.] described a method for detecting these organisms in soil.
In the present paper the authors point out that the principal importance of certain acid-fast organisms...

Author(s)
Frey, C. A.; Hagan, W. A.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1931, 49, pp 497-506
Abstract

The authors have studied a series of strains of tubercle bacilli obtained from guineapigs inoculated either with filtrates of tuberculous material or with unfiltered material and subsequently given multiple injections of an acetone extract of tubercle bacilli. This method permits of cultures being...

Author(s)
Valtis, J.; Van Deinse, F. C.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1934, 53, pp 51-71
Abstract

These experiments were undertaken to determine whether there was a specificity discernible by tissue culture methods in the cytotoxic action oí tuberculins prepared from different acid-fast bacteria. FISCHER has reported that when tuberculin was added the fibroblasts from tuberculous chickens grew...

Author(s)
Aronson, J. D.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1931, 54, pp 887-897
Abstract

The authors present a valuable review of their investigations of undulant fever in France, dealing firstly with the various methods of diagnosing the disease and secondly with its epidemiology in human beings. It is based upon 5, 228 agglutination tests on blood or milk, 2, 875 blood cultures and...

Author(s)
Taylor, R. M.; Lisbonne, M.; Vidal, L. F.
Citation
Mouvement Sanitaire, 1935, 12, pp 51-90
Abstract

In March 1919, a preliminary announcement was made that the cause of the South African cattle disease lamziekte had been discovered, and was a toxin derived from animal débris scattered about on the Veld. [This, Bulletin 1920. Vol. 8. No. 1. p. 77.] The purpose of the present article is to give a...

Author(s)
Theiler, Arnold; Viljoen, P. R; Green, H. H. ; Du Toit, P. J. ; Meier, H.
Citation
Union of South Africa, Dept. of Agric., 1920, 13, pp 25
Abstract

The author believes that 98 per cent. of cases of mastitis in highly productive herds are of the chronic streptococcic variety and considers that it occasions a greater degree of loss than any other cattle disease. His opinions have been formed during the last three-years from the examination of...

Author(s)
Rosell, J. M.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1931, 21, pp 317-333
Abstract

An account of the work of the Bacteriological Institute of the Chamber of Agriculture for Saxony. Over 778, 000 head of cattle are included in the voluntary control scheme and in 1932 the number of tuberculosis-free farms had risen to 82%. Two methods of control are employed, the ordinary clinical...

Author(s)
Rautmann, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1933, 41, pp 449-456

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