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Abstract

Innocuity can be controlled in cultures of calf kidney cells after neutralization with formalin and elution of the virus. The neutralization of formalin by bisulphite does not adversely affect the virus, and the elution technique allows the recovery of minute quantities of virus added to a vaccine. ...

Author(s)
Dannacher, G.; Fedida, M.; Thomas, J. -P.; Coudert, M.; Peilion, M.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1970, 146, pp 1395-1414
Abstract

Two experimental batches of killed vaccine were prepared from each of five strains of type O virus (Ardennes, Bruges, Espagne, Lausanne, Vienne) cultured in expiants of bovine lingual epithelium. The complement fixation titre of the live untreated vaccine virus after fluorocarbon treatment proved...

Author(s)
Strobbe, R.; Debecq, J.; Leunen, J.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1969, 71, pp 397-404
Abstract

The new virus A4486 (Colombia 1967), isolated during breakdowns of immunity in vaccinated cattle, was compared with A4005 (A Colombia 1963) and A1433 (A Colombia 1957) by c.f. tests, cross-immunity tests in g.pigs and serum-protection tests in unweaned mice. The new virus showed practically no...

Author(s)
Turriago, G.; Lobo A. C. A.; Jaramiilo, M.; Morales, A.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1969, 71, pp 1155-1167
Abstract

The same techniques were used for the selection of cold mutants as those described for neuroîropic viruses. Type A, O and C were subcultured at 25° C. on calf kidney cells. From the three subcultures clonal selections were made by the plaque method. The viruses obtained did not cause vesicle...

Author(s)
Prunet, P.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1964, 106, pp 18-28
Abstract

F & M virus formed plaques after 48 hours cultivation in calf (CK), bovine embryonic (BEK) and porcine embryonic kidney (PEK) cells; they were largest in BEK cells. Virus adapted to CK and BEK cells formed plaques of larger diameter (6 mm.) than in PEK cells. Virus passaged by Frenkel's method...

Author(s)
Trubitsyn, B. I.; Lavrova, T. S.; Sergeev, V. A.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1964, 41, 11, pp 11-14 pp.
Abstract

The authors used the virus neutralization test on mice and the gel diffusion test to assess the antibody content of bovine sera following inoculation of the GNKI dried, lapinized virus vaccine and of aluminium hydroxide, lapinized virus vaccine, both against type O virus.
Klenina et al. purified...

Author(s)
Klenina, N. V.; Antonov, V. S.; Tsymbal, V. P.
Publisher
Kiev,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1965, 7, pp 115-120 pp.
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

The authors gave a brief history of various methods of cultivating F. & M. disease virus in vivo, in ovo, and in vitro. They gave details of the technique and results of modern methods which show promise and some of which are now in commercial use. They discussed their advantages, disadvantages ...

Author(s)
Salomon, L.; Salomon, L.
Citation
Encyclopedie veterinaire periodique, 1953, 0.5, pp 44-56 pp.
Abstract

This is an annual report covering the period 1st July, 1954, to 1st June, 1955. anthrax is sporadic; annual vaccination is carried out: blackleg causes more losses but could be controlled if farmers availed themselves of the vaccine in good time. lamb dysentery, enterotoxaemia and malignant oedema...

Citation
Fmg S, Afr., 1956, 31, pp 106-119 ; 136
Abstract

There were 256 deaths from ANTHRAX; 200 of these were among goats in quarantine after importation from India. Anthrax spore vaccine was used for protecting in-contacts: Nineteen deaths from BLACKLEG were reported from Uva among unvaccinated animals. Twenty-two cases of HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA were ...

Author(s)
Rodrigo, E.
Publisher
Colombo : Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Administration report of the Acting Director of Agriculture for 1942., 1943, pp D 16 ; D 8-D 13 pp.

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