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Abstract

The veterinary profession and the farmers are familiar with this book which is now in its ninth edition. In this edition several developments in veterinary medicine, animal husbandry, public health matters and techniques of interest to farmers are noted, and sections on brucellosis, foot and mouth...

Author(s)
Schmidt-Treptow, W. A.
Publisher
Hannover: Schlutersch DM 39.50,
Citation
Was gibt es Neues fur den Tierarzt?., 1970, pp 621 pp.
Abstract

Recent developments in virus research have necessitated compilation of this work. It is the first of its kind in the German language in 25 years. In view of the volume of the literature, the author's task must have been formidable. The present volume, the first of two, consists of six main...

Author(s)
Haagen, E.
Publisher
Darmstadt: Dietrich Steinkopff.,
Citation
Viruskrankheiten des Menschen, unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der experimentellen Forschungsergebnisse. Band I., 1964, pp xx + 1052 pp.
Abstract

Catalase was determined by the method of Bach-Zubkowa. In a first group of 12 oxen infected with a highly virulent strain, 24 hours after inoculation the blood catalase had risen in one case by 1.9%, and fallen in all the others by 10.9, 17.6, 19.3, 20.7, 234, 24.4, 24.9, 25.0, 32.5, 45.1 and 53.8% ...

Author(s)
STAFFE, A.; DARGUZAS, V.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1949, 91, pp 522-531
Abstract

The German government appointed in 1897 a special committee headed by Friedrich Loeffler, to investigate the cause of F. & M. disease and possible control measures. Loeffler, who was soon afterwards appointed professor of bacteriology and hygiene at Greifswald University, established that the...

Author(s)
PYL, G.
Citation
Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin, 1953, 6, pp 72-100
Abstract

III. Most typical rickettsia are transmitted only by insects and there has previously been no evidence of this method of transmission in human trachoma or kerato-conjunctivitis of animals. In the latter condition, research showed that the infective agent does not survive outside the body more than...

Author(s)
MITSCHERLICH, E.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1943, 51/49, pp 53-55
Abstract

This book gives a brief account of the specific diseases of animals due to bacteria, viruses, and parasites, and the methods of prevention and control. The sections dealing with foot and mouth disease, glanders, and equine mange are of particular interest, as the Continental methods of control...

Author(s)
MIESSNER, H.; SCHOOP, G.
Publisher
Hanover : M. & H. Schaper,
Citation
Kriegstierseuchen und ihre Bekampfung., 1941, 5th Edit, pp 352 pp.
Abstract

Simultaneous inoculation, in the wider sense of " double inoculation ", is discussed under the headings of " sero-vaccination " (the use of an antigen before or after inoculation with antiserum), " simultaneous " (serum and antigen either injected at the same time, but in different positions, or...

Author(s)
WEITZENBERG, R.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1948, pp 279-281
Abstract

A short communication in which the author discusses the incidence and control of rinderpest, foot-and-mouth disease, anthrax, malignant oedema, rabies and tuberculosis in relation to the existing legal measures in Germany. He discusses his method for the eradication of bovine tuberculosis.

Author(s)
VON OSTERTAG, R.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1931, 37, pp 118-114
Abstract

This is a brief account of various important diseases in the German-occupied area of Poland. Rinderpest.-During the years 1920-23 there was a very comprehensive scheme of control, involving slaughter, serum treatment, and the establishment of prohibited areas. The disease has not recurred since.
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Author(s)
SCHAAF, J.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1940, 48, pp 540-543
Abstract

The following notifiable diseases were not observed during the year: -dourine, rinderpest, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia and sheep pox. Other diseases notifiable in a part or whole of the German Reich are: -anthrax, blackleg, haemorr-hagic septicaemia, strangles, tuberculosis, swine...

Publisher
Berlin: Reimer Hobbing,
Citation
Statistik Deuts. Reichs., 1934, 444, pp 113 pp.

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