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Abstract

Rinderpest has been successfully controlled in the Republic of the Sudan for some years using freeze-dried goat-adapted virus purchased from The East African Veterinary Research Organization, Kenya at a cost of £20, 000 in foreign currency.
In this report Dr. P. Bergeon who spent some eleven months ...

Author(s)
Bergeon, P.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations. (FAO Report No. 1206).,
Citation
United Nations. Report to the government of the Sudan on production of rinderpest vaccine., 1960, pp 13 pp.
Abstract

EMERGING DISEASES are defined as those assuming a greater relative importance because of more effective control of the major epizootic diseases.
BLUETONGUE-The serious spread outside Africa was noted, and the following recommended: all countries should make statistical surveys on the incidence in...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.,
Citation
United Nations. Report of the FAO/OIE International Meeting on emerging diseases of animals held in Ankara, Turkey, 19 to 24 June, 1961., 1961, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

The report begins with a review of the Institute's principal activities and developments 1961-63 by Dr. Galloway, who retired at the end of 1963 after 24 years as director. Then come more detailed reports from the individual departments. Over 31/2 million doses of live and inactivated F & M...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Pirbright: The Institute,
Citation
Great Britain. The Animal Virus Research Institute Report for the years 1961-1963., 1964, pp 35 pp.
Abstract

Since the pigmentation of the skin cannot be assessed by visual examination of the hair or hide, Y. described a simple and convenient method of grading the cutaneous pigmentation of cattle, based on the microscopic examination of skin sections. He assessed the degree of cutaneous pigmentation of...

Author(s)
YANG, S. H.
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Science, 1952, 42, pp 465-467
Abstract

Nineteen young Sudanese bulls were experimentally infected with T. congolense; 15 were injected s/c with ethidium bromide at different dosage levels to study its toxicity; the other four were similarly injected with dìmid-ium bromide, 3 mg./kg. Of the latter four, two had transient liver damage. Of ...

Author(s)
FORD, E. J. H.; WILMSHURST, E. C.; KARIB, A. A.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1954, 110, pp 96-100
Abstract

An account of the results of five years' work. L. described the methods of virus production, its use and the difficulties and set-backs encountered, but despite its admitted imperfections, the immunization of cattle with goat-virus rinderpest vaccine shows genuine advantages over older methods....

Author(s)
LALANNE, A.
Citation
Bull. Serv. Elev. Industr. anim. A. O. P., 1952, 5, 2-3-4, pp 43-54 pp.
Abstract

D. discussed the tests made during 1948-49 in the veterinary laboratories of Kenya, Uganda and the Sudan, on antrycide. Two salts were used, the chloride and the more soluble methyl sulfate. In small laboratory animals the dose is small and the chloride can be given in solution; but in larger...

Author(s)
DAVEY, D. G.
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1950, 43, pp 583-616
Abstract

At a conference on animal husbandry held at Bamako, French Sudan, a discussion took place on the main diseases met with and the methods of their control. Preventive measures were considered under the headings, agricultural, economic, sanitary and medical. The main diseases dealt with were...

Author(s)
MORNET, P.
Citation
Bull. Ser. Elev. Industr. anim. A. O. F., 1951, 4, pp 31-63
Abstract

I. In this booklet the papers presented at the F.A.O. Nairobi Rinderpest Meeting in 1948 are reproduced, the discussions are summarized and the conclusions are set out, The meeting was attended by workers from 22 countries and territories and was under the chairmanship of Sir Daniel Cabot.
Daubney, ...

Author(s)
DAUBNEY, R.
Publisher
Washington,
Citation
F. A. O. Agricultural Studies, 1949, 8, pp 6-23
Abstract

It is again stressed that an animal that has recovered from infection with one type of the virus can develop the disease from infection with any other type. The determination of the type of virus responsible for any outbreak has a fundamental bearing on the control of the disease in Great Britain...

Author(s)
ANON.
Publisher
Pirbright: The Institute.,
Citation
The Foot. and. Mouth Disease Research Institute. Report for the years 1954-1955., 1955, pp 22 pp.

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