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Paralytic rabies, identified in Brazil in 1911, has spread over the S. American continent; transmission is by blood-sucking bats. The causal agent is a neurotropic virus resembling that of canine rabies, but possessing certain biological and immunological characters attributable to continuous...

Novický, R.
Casopis Ceskoslovenskych Veterinaru, 1947, 2, pp 301-327

The favourable results obtained after the use of tartar emetic by VAN SACEGHEM (1915) in the case of Congo cattle infected with T. cazalboui, and also by various authors in the case of human cutaneous and visceral leishmaniases induced the author to test the action of this drug on the...

Iturbe, Juan
Gaceta Medica de Caracas, 1918, 25, 6, pp 62-63 pp.

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