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Abstract

In the first portion of this paper a survey of the results obtained by the " serum alone " method is given. The results are expressed in the form of a graph. From this it may be gathered that during the last decade the number of outbreaks per annum in which serum has been used has risen to rather...

Author(s)
Pool, W. A. ; Doyle, T. M.
Citation
Memoirs Dept. Agric, in India. Vet. Series., 1922, 3, 4, pp 103-137 pp.
Abstract

At the time of writing France had just suffered from a foot-and-mouth disease epizootic of quite exceptional severity in respect of the losses occasioned, and the duration of the visitation. During the whole war period the disease had been allowed to run its course throughout the country, without...

Author(s)
Moussu, G.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1920, 96, 7; 9, pp 193-208 pp.
Abstract

East Coast Fever.--This disease still constitutes the most important problem dealt with by the Veterinary Division and consideration of its distribution in the various Provinces and the means adopted for its eradication embrace about half of the present report.
In the Cape the position with regard...

Author(s)
Gray, C. E.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1917, 30, 1533, pp 209-213 pp.
Abstract

The serum now employed on a large scale in the prevention and treatment of swine fever is produced from pigs that have been rendered immune and then subsequently injected with large quantities of defibrinated blood obtained from pigs at the height of an attack of swine fever. The blood of the...

Author(s)
Dorset, M. ; Mcbeyde, O. N. ; Niles, W. B. ; Rietz, J. H.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1919, 55, 3, pp 259-280 pp.
Abstract

Whereas satisfactory results have been obtained in the case of oxen by the simultaneous injection of serum and virus this procedure applied to buffaloes in the hands of the author and his colleagues has led only to disastrous results, causing a mortality in certain herds of up to 60 per cent....

Author(s)
Schein, H.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1917, 31, 11, pp 571-592 pp.
Abstract

In this paper the author deals with the sources of infection and the usual avenues of infection. Experiments in connexion with the former revealed nothing contrary to what is stated in reliable text-books, but experiments in connexion with the second point yielded results at variance with the...

Author(s)
Hornby, H. E.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1926, 82, 7, pp 348-355 pp.
Abstract

In these studies the author undertook to ascertain the possible rôle in the transmission of surra of all the common flies found on horses and other susceptible animals in thé Philippine Islands.
(1) The Relation of Tabanus stria tus to Surra Dissemination.
An interesting account of the literature...

Author(s)
Mitzmain, M. B.
Publisher
Government Printing Office, Washington DC, USA
Citation
Bulletin. Treasury Department. United States Public Health Service. Hygienic Laboratory, 1914, No. 94, pp 7-39
Abstract

ARIZONA, 1939-4.-Short notes are given on (1) negative bacteriological research into INFECTUOUS-KERATITIS in range cattle, (2) calf losses and their prevention by more skilful management, (3) control of ox-warble flies by derris, and (4) the breeding of strains of fowls resistant to FOWL PARALYSIS. ...

Citation
Extracts from Annual Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A.,

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