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Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) is the causative agent of Johne's disease (JD), a chronic intestinal inflammatory disease of cattle and other ruminants. JD has a high herd prevalence and causes serious animal health problems and significant economic loss in domesticated ruminants...

Author(s)
Li LingLing; Bannantine, J. P.; Campo, J. J.; Randall, A.; Grohn, Y. T.; Katani, R.; Schilling, M.; Radzio-Basu, J.; Kapur, V.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2017, 12, 9, pp e0184373
Abstract

The Eurasian wild boar (Sus scrofa) is the main wild reservoir of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in Mediterranean woodlands and a key risk factor for cattle tuberculosis (TB) breakdowns. Wild boar vaccination therefore has the potential to be a valuable tool for TB control. We tested two...

Author(s)
Díez-Delgado, I.; Sevilla, I. A.; Romero, B.; Tanner, E.; Barasona, J. A.; White, A. R.; Lurz, P. W. W.; Boots, M.; Fuente, J. de la; Dominguez, L.; Vicente, J.; Garrido, J. M.; Juste, R. A.; Aranaz, A.; Gortazar, C.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2018, 155, pp 11-20
Abstract

Vaccination is a key strategy for control of tuberculosis (TB), and considerable progress has been made in the past 5 years to develop improved vaccines for humans and animals, differentiate vaccinated animals from those infected with Mycobacterium bovis and deliver vaccines to wildlife. Studies...

Author(s)
Buddle, B. M.; Parlane, N. A.; Wedlock, D. N.; Heiser, A.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2013, 60, s1, pp 136-146
Abstract

Serial chest X-ray examinations were made in rabbits following i/v infection with bovine type tubercle bacilli. It was found possible in this way to follow the course of the disease and to evaluate the different treatments.-D. LUKE.

Author(s)
Steenken, W., Jr.; Wolinsky, E.; Bristol, L. J.; Costigan, W. J.
Citation
American Review of Tuberculosis and Pulmonary Diseases, 1953, 68, pp 65-74
Abstract

The components of the rabbit ear chamber are described with illustrations as well as the method of insertion on to the rabbit's ear. Microscopic studies of the pathological changes in the tissue within the chamber, following infection with a bovine strain of tubercle bacillus, demonstrated a...

Author(s)
Ebert, R. H.; Ahern, J. J.; Block, R. G.
Publisher
N.Y.,
Citation
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1948, 68, pp 625-683
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

The relative susceptibility of 36 hamsters and 38 g. pigs was determined by inoculating them in groups of three, using measured doses of tubercle bacilli from three human and two bovine strains. All five strains proved more virulent for g. pigs, all of which developed lesions with doses of " 0.000, ...

Author(s)
Corper, H. J.; Cohn, M. L.
Citation
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, 1944, 14, pp 571-576
Abstract

The technique is described of the introduction, into the anterior chamber of the eyes of normal, non-tuberculous albino rabbits under novocaine local anaesthesia, of lymph node or bone marrow suspensions from normal and immunized rabbits two days after the subcutaneous or intraperitpneal injection...

Author(s)
Lurie, M. B.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1942, 75, pp 247-267
Abstract

The authors attempted to ascertain whether white mice are suitable experimental animals for testing the virulence of various strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and for distinguishing between the human, bovine and avian types.
Mice were inoculated, intravenously and occasionally...

Author(s)
Stamatin, N.; Stamatin, L.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1939, 63, pp 269-292
Abstract

In a comparison of the methods of diagnosis of type of tuberculous infection by determination of specific virulence, the reliability of subdural inoculation of the rabbit is stressed in the differentiation of even the most virulent human strain or of a relatively avirulent bovine strain....

Author(s)
Boquet, A.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1939, 63, pp 531-553

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