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Bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) is one of the economically important diseases of cattle. For many years, different types of vaccines have been commercially available, yet this disease is hard to control in high-density population areas. Detection and isolation of bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) from ...

Author(s)
Pogranichniy, R. M.; Raizman, E.; Thacker, H. L.; Stevenson, G. W.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2008, 20, 1, pp 71-74
Abstract

The first laboratory-documented outbreak of naturally acquired human vesicular stomatitis (Indiana strain) occurred in 1965 in conjunction with an epidemic in cattle in Colorado and New Mexico. Important features included close contact of the patients with infected cattle and an acute...

Author(s)
Fields, B. N.; Hawkins, K.
Citation
New England Journal of Medicine, 1967, 277, pp 989-994
Abstract

A modified direct complement fixation method for the detection of antibodies in heat-inactivated sera is described. The addition of fresh unheated bovine serum to the diluted guineapig complement constitutes the only modification: in its absence no fixation of complement is observed. The normal...

Author(s)
Boulanger, P.; Bannister, G. L.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1960, 85, pp 368-374
Abstract

Using antiserum produced in cattle and rabbits by experimental infection, a soluble antigen common to both Indiana and New Jersey serotypes was demonstrated. All six serotypes had at least one soluble antigen in common. The existence of strain-specific soluble antigens was not proved.(AS).

Author(s)
Myers, W. L.; Hanson. R. P.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1962, 23, pp 896-899
Abstract

This is a short paper by joint authors from the U.S.A., Great Britain and Federal Germany, on preliminary serum neutralization studies to establish the antigenic relationship between agents of the virus diarrhoea-mucosal disease group, isolated in the countries stated. An antigenic relationship was ...

Author(s)
Kniazeff, A. J.; Huck, R. A.; Jarrett, W. F. H.; Pritchard, W. R.; Ramsey, F. K.; Schipper, I. A.; Stober, M.; Liess, B.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1961, 73, pp 768-769
Abstract

Serum collected from horses, cattle, and pigs before and after inoculation with either the New Jersey or the Indiana strain of vesicular stomatitis virus, was examined by the c.f. test, using antigens prepared from the tissues of chick embryos infected with either of the two strains of virus. In...

Author(s)
Rice, C. E.; Mckercher, P. D.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1954, 73, pp 309-317
Abstract

The vesicular stomatitis virus was isolated, for the first time in Argentina and Brazil, from outbreaks of the disease in horses and mules. Some experiments were conducted to determine the relationship between the new samples of virus, the vesicular stomatitis Indiana serotype and the "Cocal"...

Author(s)
Federer, K. E.; Burrows, R.; Brooksby, J. B.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1967, 8, pp 103-117
Abstract

The properties of two cytopathogenic strains, Indiana 1061 and reference strain Oregon C24V, were studied in tissue culture. Calves inoculated with Indiana 1061 or Indiana 46 were resistant to challenge with the heterologous strain. Serum from calves inoculated with Indiana 1061 or Oregon C24V...

Author(s)
Gillette, K. G.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts, 1966, 27B, pp 363-364
Abstract

The susceptibility of cattle, donkeys, and g.pigs to the Indiana and New Jersey serotypes was confirmed. Sheep were not susceptible to Indiana sero-type, neither were rabbits to New Jersey serotype. Overt lesions were produced in rabbits by 'laboratory' strain of the Indiana type and by 'Jacksboro' ...

Author(s)
Myers, W. L.
Citation
Dissertation, Wisconsin pp. 74. Abst. from Diss. Abstr., 1962, 22, pp 2947-2948
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.

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