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II. The previous work on 4: 4'-diphenyl, (M & B 736) in Babesia cams infection was conr, -a and this drug is now advocated as the best trestmet for TICK FEVER in dogs. The drug was also shown to be effective in four cases of REDWATER in calves and it is suggested that it should be tested in BILIARY ...

Author(s)
CARMICHAEL, J.
Publisher
Uganda,
Citation
Report. Veterinary Department, 1943, pp 4-6 pp.
Abstract

Laboratory products issued were: -rinderpest serum 2, 858 litres, and rinderpest glycerinated spleen vaccine 171 litres. The total routine examinations of material for diagnosis numbered 8, 120.
In research on rinderpest attempts were made to propagate the virus on chick-embryo extract plus...

Author(s)
CARMICHAEL, J.
Citation
Rep. vet. Dep. Uganda, 1938., 1939, pp 18-27 pp.
Abstract

An obstinate dermatitis is described in dogs in Uganda and is attributed to filarial infection. The cases occurred in large breeds of dogs and were characterized by the occurrence of swollen, moist, desquamated areas of skin which later became necrotic, with or without sinus formation. The lésions...

Author(s)
CARMICHAEL, J.; BELL, F. R.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1943, 14, pp 12-15

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