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Abstract

With the yolk sac method of inoculation, the optimal age for inoculation, period of harvesting virus, distribution of virus in infected eggs, and mortality of embryos did not differ from those observed for lapinized avianized virus by Nakamura and Furutani. The intravenous method was not suitable...

Author(s)
Isogai, S.; Ishii, S.; Kataoka, T.; Fukusho, K.
Publisher
Tokyo,
Citation
Bulletin of the National Institute of Animal Health, 1959, 37, pp 147-158 pp.
Abstract

Ephemeral fever was maintained in experimental cattle through a series of 81 serial transfers extending over 2 1/2 years. Clinical observations are described in detail. Relapses occasionally occurred a few days after the initial fever had subsided. The virulence of the strain of virus decreased...

Author(s)
Mackerras, I. M.; Mackerras, M. J.; Burnet, F. M.
Publisher
Aust.,
Citation
Bulletin of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Australia, 1940, 136, pp 116 pp.
Abstract

The author deals briefly with the defects of the serum-simultaneous method of protecting animals against rinderpest, and expresses the view that a virus-vaccine which cannot produce rinderpest in either vaccinated or in-contact animals, and which cannot transmit protozoan infections, will probably...

Author(s)
Daubney, R.
Citation
Bulletin. Kenya Department of Agriculture, 1929, 8b, pp 26 pp.

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