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Abstract

The most prevalent diseases in Italian East Africa are rinderpest, horse-sickness, anthrax, rabies, piroplasmosis and trypanosomiasis. Of these, rinderpest causes the greatest loss. It attacks humpless cattle, zebu cattle and buffaloes and is always acute, the mortality rate being 90 % or over. To...

Author(s)
Grignani, A.
Citation
Azione Veterinaria, 1936, 5, pp 469-476
Abstract

In this article the author passes under review all the literature relevant to the much disputed question as to the specificity of the so-called anaplasms or marginal points. These bodies, mainly as the result of the experiments and observations of THEILER in South Africa, LIGKNIÈRES in South...

Author(s)
Di Domizio, Giovanni
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1919, 42, 7-10, pp 237-251 pp.
Abstract

In this article the author passes under review all the literature relevant to the much disputed question as to the specificity of the so-called anaplasms or marginal points. These bodies, mainly as the result of the experiments and observations of THEILER in South Africa, LIGKNIÈRES in South...

Author(s)
Di Domizio, Giovanni
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1919, 42, 7-10, pp 292-311 pp.
Abstract

In this article the author passes under review all the literature relevant to the much disputed question as to the specificity of the so-called anaplasms or marginal points. These bodies, mainly as the result of the experiments and observations of THEILER in South Africa, LIGKNIÈRES in South...

Author(s)
Di Domizio, Giovanni
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1919, 42, 7-10, pp 203-220 pp.