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This paper describes 50 years of personal experience in dealing with a range of animal and zoonotic diseases at national and global level, using a series of selected examples to illustrate both the nature of the various dilemmas and difficulties faced, and the way in which they were solved using...

Author(s)
Morris, R. S.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2015, 122, 1/2, pp 242-252
Abstract

SWINE FEVER: a trial of the Chinese strain of lapinized virus showed that it was safe to use as a vaccine in Belgium. Antibodies to porcine picorna-virus (SMEDI virus) were found in at least 59 of 194 serum samples; their incidence did not seem to be related to abortion and sterility. A comparison...

Publisher
INRV, 99 Groeselenberg, 1180 Bruxelles,
Citation
Institut National de Recherches Veterinaires, Uccle. Rapport d'activite 1969., 1970, pp 125 pp.
Abstract

The vaccine contains 3% antigen, 0.1% chinosol, 0.5% formol and 15% glycerol. The antigen is not filtered but thoroughly ground; this reduces cost of production. The chinosol and formol inactivate the virus and destroy bacteria, while the glycerol acts as a preservative. It is stated that the...

Author(s)
KOBUSIEWICZ, T.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1958, 49, pp 84-86
Abstract

The first criterion when considering the importation of animals into Canada is that the country of origin must be selected and approved, especially to ascertain that foot and mouth (F & M) disease has been brought under some reasonable level of control. The country of origin must be free from...

Author(s)
Wells, K. F.
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1965, 1966, pp 274-282
Abstract

In swine fever, the most economical method was vaccination with dry virus vaccine; the least economical and the least effective methods were slaughter and serum treatment. Economically the most effective method of swine erysipelas control was the use of a depot vaccine. Passive immunization prior...

Author(s)
Sorokin, I. V.
Citation
Trudy gosud. nauchno-kontrol. Inst. vet. Preparatov, 1967, 14, pp 393-399
Abstract

At the Amsterdam Branch of the Central Veterinary Laboratory (director: Dr. J G. van Bekkum) 4 million doses of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE vaccine (against types O1 and O2) for cattle and 1 million doses for pigs were produced. Research on vaccine production and immunization of pigs continued. Attempts ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Scinpostduin 18, The Hague,
Citation
Netherlands Stichting voor Diergeneeskundig Onderzoek. Jaarverslag 1967., 1969, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

Nyasaland had 356, 514 cattle, 75, 297 sheep, 460, 611 goats, 119, 913 pigs and a small number of horses and donkeys.
Nine deaths from BLACKLEG were recorded. Animals immunized were 9, 812 cattle and 566 sheep.
TUBERCULOSIS persists in the Mzimba District and also in the S.W. of the Karanga...

Author(s)
Faulkner, D. E.
Publisher
Zomba, Nyasaland: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report, 1959. Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry, Nyasaland., 1960, pp 56 pp.
Abstract

Foot and mouth disease virus. Type A. was rendered avirulent by 28 passages in day old chicks or 12 in embryonated eggs. These strains, were non-pathogenic, had good antigenicity and did not spread by contact. In field trials with the chick embryo strain immunity lasted at least eight months....

Author(s)
NóBrega, P.
Citation
Biologico, 1963, 29, pp 149-163
Abstract

Having regard to the importance of the pig as a source of animal protein in S, E. Asia, this meeting was held there, to review advances in the knowledge of pig diseases and husbandry and to consider their application to the developing countries. In this report are summaries of the discussions on...

Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy
Citation
Report of the meeting on pig diseases and production in developing countries held at Singapore, Malaysia, 9-14th December, 1963., 1963, Meeting Report AN 1963/8, pp 52 pp.
Abstract

The report includes notes on recent developments of general interest, and descriptions of research in progress at the three institutes: -Institute for Research on Animal Diseases, Compton; Houghton Poultry Research Station; and the Glasshouse Crops Research Institute. The work being carried out at...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Report of the Agricultural Research Council for the year 1965-66., 1966, pp 83 pp.

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