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Propagation of the ERA strain [V.B. 35, abst. 2573] is described in pig kidney tissue culture. Electron microscopy revealed a developmental cycle, whose initial stage appeared to be long irregular structures which progressed to a bullet-shaped particle with an attached vesicle. The vesicle is...

Author(s)
Abelseth, M. K.
Publisher
Univ. Minnesota, St. Paul 1,
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts, 1967, 27B, pp 4228-4229
Abstract

Buffalopox occurs either as a localized (limited to the teats and udder) or a generalized disease. The former was more common. On the CAM the virus caused either a large, white, opaque lesion or a greyish white lesion without central necrosis. The virus caused agglutination of fowl, rabbit and g...

Author(s)
Katana, R. S.
Publisher
Punjab Agric. Univ, India
Citation
Antigenic analysis of buffalopox virus and its comparison with vaccinia and cowpox viruses., 1969, pp 1 p
Abstract

V. investigated the effect of varying the interval between bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD) virus inoculation and swine fever (SF) virus challenge on the resistance of pigs to the challenge and on the rate of production of antibodies to both viruses. Several phases were distinguished in the antibody...

Author(s)
Volenec, F. J.
Citation
Thesis, Cornell University (Summary), 1969, pp 2 pp.
Abstract

Morphological and cytochemical properties of nuclear inclusion bodies were studied in both chick embryo kidney cells inoculated with infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) virus and bovine kidney cells inoculated with infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) virus. Stages in the formation of the...

Author(s)
Reynolds, H. A., Jr.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts, 1967, 27B, pp 4005-4006
Abstract

Severe F & M disease occurred in adult coypu (Myocaster coypus) after i/d inj. of the metatarsal pads with F & M virus and also after contact with infected cattle; the disease was less severe in young coypu. Specific antibody was produced in hyperimmunized coypu [see also V.B. 37, abst. 3669]. Some ...

Author(s)
Capel-Edwards, M.
Publisher
Anim. Virus Res. Inst, Pirbright, Surrey,
Citation
Thesis, Reading Univ., 1969, pp 271 pp.
Abstract

Studies on blood protozoa showed that Eperyíhrozoon, Anaplasma, and Haemobarîonella resemble Rickettsia in ultrastructure, and that these agents are antigenically interrelated but that they do not cross-react with Babesia or Theileria. There Was no decrease in the erythroid elements of the bone...

Author(s)
Howard, L. B.; Russell, M. B.
Publisher
Urbana: The University.,
Citation
Research progress at the Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station July l, 1962-June 30, 1964., 1965, pp 189 pp.
Abstract

All human sera tested delayed the cytopathic effect of enteric bovine isolates. Absorption of pooled sera with one isolate reduced the titre equally for this virus and 3 antigenically unrelated isolates. The inhibitor was also found in g.pig, horse, and dog sera, but its properties in these sera...

Author(s)
Evans, G. L.
Publisher
Temple Univ.,
Citation
Properties of a nonspecific neutralizing substance for bovine viruses in human and rabbit sera., 1962, pp 70 pp.
Abstract

Optimum reactions were produced in medium containing 1.5% agar, 0.1 5 M NaCl, 0.0l M phosphate buffer salts (pH 7.2) with 0.5% phenol as a bacteriostatic agent. The antisera employed were produced in pigs or cattle; one antiserum of each disease was chosen for reference purposes and used to select...

Author(s)
Darbyshire, J. H.
Publisher
London,
Citation
Thesis, 1964, pp xiii+289 & 63 pp.
Abstract

Studies on leptospirosis of cattle, pigs and wild animals were continued. There were indications that a modified precipitin test might be of value as an aid to field diagnosis. Colostral antibodies persisting for at least 3 months in the blood serum of 65% of calves born to cows recovered from L....

Author(s)
Howard, L. B.; Hamilton, T. S.
Publisher
Urbana: University of Illinois.,
Citation
U.S. A. Illinois. Research Progress at the Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, July 1, 1960-June 30, 1962., 1963, pp 188 pp.
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

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