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In studies on survival of F & M disease virus in various tissues of infected animals and in route-dose experiments, 301 cattle were inoculated to detect virus. Of these, 138 became infected and had clinical signs and lesions while 163 were clinically refractory. To determine if the refractory ...

Author(s)
Cottral, G. E.; Gailiunas, P.; Seibold, H. R.; Campion, R.
Publisher
Plum Island Anim. Dis. Lab. Greenport, Long Island, N.Y.,
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1964, 1965, pp 360-374 pp.
Abstract

This report consists of two parts: Survival of the virus in cured meat prepared from vaccinated and unvaccinated cattle; Epizootiologic survey of the Island of Tierra del Fuego. The first part describes experiments done at the Plum Island Animal Disease Laboratory, N.Y., on the persistence of the...

Publisher
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., USA
Citation
Studies on foot-and-mouth disease. A report of the Argentine-United States Joint Commission on foot-and-mouth disease., 1966, pp xxii + 90 pp.
Abstract

A method for assessing the cross-vaccinating dose 50 (CVD50) in g.pigs is described. By this technique it is possible to differentiate variants, which it is not possible to do in a statistically significant manner by the qualitative test in cattle. It is possible to express, by coefficients, the...

Author(s)
Fontaine, J.; Terre, J.; Roumiantzeff, M.; Dubouclard, C.; Bornarel, P.; Favre, H.
Publisher
Societe des Sciences Veterinaires de Lyon, Lyon, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Veterinaires de Lyon, 1966, 68, pp 161-172
Abstract

Preliminary studies indicated that this test, performed in parallel with agar gel diffusion precipitin tests, would serve as a useful diagnostic tool in the screening of bovine serum for antibodies to F & M disease virus.

Author(s)
Butterfield, W. K.
Citation
Archiv fur die gesamte Virusforschung, 1970, 32, pp 157-162
Abstract

The method, for monovalent vaccines, consists in: vaccinating cattle with varying doses; administering challenge dose-criterion of protection being absence of secondary foot lesions up to 5 days after challenge; and estimation of the D50, by Litchfield's method. Thus, the efficacy of a vaccine can...

Author(s)
Terré, J.; Bornarel, P.; Stellmann, C.; Soulebot, J.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1965, 141, pp 1109-1130
Abstract

The studies reported include: (1) An evaluation of the immunity produced in cattle against subtype strains, assessed by antibody measurement and by the response to challenge. (2) The measurement of the immune response of cattle, sheep and pigs. (3) Procedures likely to improve the immune response...

Author(s)
Burrows, R.; Geering, W. A.; Mowat, G. N.; Skinner, H. H.
Publisher
Hanover,
Citation
Proceedings 17th World Vet. Congr. Hanover, 1963, 1, pp 499-504
Abstract

This method eliminates the permanent focus of infection created by infected cattle; it is of value for studies of the different factors of virus multiplication; it requires relatively simple equipment and enables large-scale production of vaccine in case of epidemics caused by new strains of the...

Author(s)
Dubouclard, C.; Roumiantzeff, M.; Fontaine, J.; Mackowiak, C.
Publisher
Societe des Sciences Veterinaires de Lyon, Lyon, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Veterinaires de Lyon, 1966, 68, pp 243-253
Abstract

Type O virus grew better in day-old chicks than in embryonated eggs. After 101 to 103 passages it caused mild post-vaccinal lesions in some cattle. There was good immunity in 70% after 2-4 weeks. In the field incidence of lesions was lower (0.05%). Preparation of the vaccine is described; storage...

Author(s)
Palacios Garcia, C.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1964, 61, pp 757-800
Abstract

Three attenuated strains were produced by passaging Strain 119 (Type A) in either unweaned or weaned mice, or in chick embryos. After 102 passages in weaned or 78 passages in unweaned mice, steers remained free from clin, disease after inoculation into the tongue epithelium with 106 to 108 ID50 All ...

Author(s)
Skinner, H. H.; Smith, I. M.; Hollom, S. E.; Knight, E. H.
Citation
Archiv fur die gesamte Virusforschung, 1963, 12, pp 472-486
Abstract

The technique for the preservation of various types of cells is described. After 6 months at -196°C the cells were reanimated and they multiplied normally; a velogenic strain of Newcastle disease virus grew well on them. Foot and mouth disease virus grew well on mqnolayers of bovine and of porcine...

Author(s)
Sacco, T.; Corrias, A.
Citation
Atti Soc. ital. Sci. vet., 1966, 20, pp 770-772

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