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In a herd of 100 heifers recently imported from Canada there was mortality among calves aged 48-72 hours, and abortion and metritis in the cows Lesions in the calves were haemorrhages in the serous membranes, particularly of the abdomen, haemorrhages in the lungs, congestion of the liver and...

Author(s)
Blanco Loizelier, A.
Citation
Revista del Patronato de Biologia Animal, 1966, 10, 4, pp 5-22 pp.
Abstract

In direct complement-fixation tests, the quantitative behaviour of F. & M. disease virus antigens with hyperimmune g. pig sera was found to be similar to that noted in a number of viral antigen-antibody systems previously studies. The relative complement-fixing capacity of several FMd antigens with ...

Author(s)
Rice, C. E.; Brooksby J. B.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1953, 71, pp 300-310
Abstract

Complement-fixation tests of the direct type were used to identify the virus responsible for the 1952 outbreak of F. & M. disease in Canada as type A. The virus was differentiated from types O and C, and from the New Jersey and Indiana types of vesicular stomatitis virus, through the use of...

Author(s)
Rice, C. E.; Boulanger, P.
Publisher
Toronto,
Citation
Proceedings 90th Annu. Meet. Amer. vet. med. Ass., 1954, pp 169-174 pp.
Abstract

The above papers, published together in a special number, record work done during the war in Canada on an island in the St. Lawrence River. For security reasons the papers could not be published at that time. A foreword explains that in 1941 serious concern was felt lest rinderpest be introduced...

Author(s)
Cooper, H. K.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1946, 7, pp 228-237

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