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Abstract

Vibriosis was the main cause of bovine abortion in the Ruse region. Campylobacter fetus was found in 37% of aborted fetuses and in 24% of specimens from aborting cows examined bacteriologically. Less important causes were Leptospira, Chlamydia, Escherichia coli, Anaplasma, Francaiella and Coxiella...

Author(s)
Kolev, V.; Genchev, G.; Bogdanov, M.; Venev, St.; Donev, A.; Markaryan, M.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1977, 14, 3, pp 54-60
Abstract

CF tests were positive in 31.5% of 968 sheep, 27.5% of 737 cattle, 0.8% of 361 pigs and 3.2% of 125 horses. There were twice as many positive reactors among sheep and cattle on farms where infertility and abortion was a problem than among herds of normal fertility. Examination of aborted and...

Author(s)
Donev, A.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki (Sofia), 1972, 9, No. 6, pp 63-68
Abstract

In tests on 692 blood samples (sheep, cattle, pigs, hares) and on samples from 310 infected animals (sheep, pigs, cattle, fowls, hares) the results of the CF and indirect haemagglutination tests agreed in 88-94% of cases. The gel diffusion test was the least sensitive, although all three tests were ...

Author(s)
Arnaudov, D.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, Bulgaria, 1973, 10, No.8, pp 47-53
Abstract

The test described by Hubner and Uhlikova (J. Hyg. Epidem. Microbiol. Immun. (1970) 14, 499-506; Cslka Epidem. Mikrobiol. Immunol. (1971) 20, 97-101) was applied to blood samples from experimentally infected mice and spontaneously infected farm animals. Among the latter, positive results were...

Author(s)
Arnaudov, D.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, Sofia, 1973, 70, No.3, pp 22-25
Abstract

The complement fixation test was positive in 7% of 1840 ewes, 11% of 825 cows and 6% of 712 sows (healthy animals and animals that had aborted) in 89 localities of three regions. No toxoplasms were isolated from 390 specimens from healthy animals and aborted foetuses.

Author(s)
Arnaudov, D.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1971, 8, No.7, pp 61-65