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I. R. reviewed the current knowledge of this disease, including his own experiences. GOETZE and LIESS (1929) were the first to show that the disease could be reproduced in the bovine by subcutaneous or intravenous inoculation of infected blood. A number of workers have since shown that the success...

Author(s)
Rinjard, P.
Citation
Report. 13th Int. Vet. Congr., 1938, 1939, 1, pp 541-552
Abstract

Repeated passage of cattle virus by intradermal inoculation of guineapigs may result in a transitory loss of virulence for cattle. Experiments carried out to determine the value of such attenuated viruses in cattle immunization show that contact control animals may develop the disease in a very...

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Valleé, H.; Garré, H.; Rinjard, P.; Galea, G.; Gelormini; Harispe.
Citation
Revue generale de Medecine veterinaire, 1932, 41, pp 325-331
Abstract

It has been shown that virus treated with formalin can be used for immunizing purposes, but the practical difficulty encountered in the application of this method is the provision of virus on a large. scale for the preparation of the vaccine.
Since success has not as yet attended efforts to obtain...

Author(s)
Vallee, H. ; Carre, H. ; Rinjard, P.
Citation
Revue generale de Medecine veterinaire, 1928, 37, 437, pp 257-259 pp.
Abstract

As virus the authors use fragments of epithelium exfoliated from lesions, but they have used fragments taken from unruptured lesions or from lesions which have burst only a few hours previously.
These may be kept either dry in cold store at 0° C. or placed in a mixture of equal parts of glycerine...

Author(s)
Vallee, H. ; Carre, H. ; Rinjard, P.
Citation
Revue generale de Medecine veterinaire, 1926, 35, 411, pp 129-134 pp.

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