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Foot and mouth disease virus. Type A. was rendered avirulent by 28 passages in day old chicks or 12 in embryonated eggs. These strains, were non-pathogenic, had good antigenicity and did not spread by contact. In field trials with the chick embryo strain immunity lasted at least eight months....

Author(s)
NóBrega, P.
Citation
Biologico, 1963, 29, pp 149-163
Abstract

Serial chest X-ray examinations were made in rabbits following i/v infection with bovine type tubercle bacilli. It was found possible in this way to follow the course of the disease and to evaluate the different treatments.-D. LUKE.

Author(s)
Steenken, W., Jr.; Wolinsky, E.; Bristol, L. J.; Costigan, W. J.
Citation
American Review of Tuberculosis and Pulmonary Diseases, 1953, 68, pp 65-74
Abstract

The components of the rabbit ear chamber are described with illustrations as well as the method of insertion on to the rabbit's ear. Microscopic studies of the pathological changes in the tissue within the chamber, following infection with a bovine strain of tubercle bacillus, demonstrated a...

Author(s)
Ebert, R. H.; Ahern, J. J.; Block, R. G.
Publisher
N.Y.,
Citation
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1948, 68, pp 625-683
Abstract

The technique is described of the introduction, into the anterior chamber of the eyes of normal, non-tuberculous albino rabbits under novocaine local anaesthesia, of lymph node or bone marrow suspensions from normal and immunized rabbits two days after the subcutaneous or intraperitpneal injection...

Author(s)
Lurie, M. B.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1942, 75, pp 247-267
Abstract

I. This paper is devoted to anthrax prophylaxis. After a preliminary discussion of the various methods of vaccination, the author proceeds to explain the principles of his new method of vaccination. The vaccine is known as the " carbozoo " vaccine and consists of a suspension of virulent anthrax...

Author(s)
Mazzucchi, M.
Citation
12th International Veterinary Congress 1934, 1935, 2, pp 138-156
Abstract

The authors attempted to ascertain whether white mice are suitable experimental animals for testing the virulence of various strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and for distinguishing between the human, bovine and avian types.
Mice were inoculated, intravenously and occasionally...

Author(s)
Stamatin, N.; Stamatin, L.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1939, 63, pp 269-292
Abstract

In a comparison of the methods of diagnosis of type of tuberculous infection by determination of specific virulence, the reliability of subdural inoculation of the rabbit is stressed in the differentiation of even the most virulent human strain or of a relatively avirulent bovine strain....

Author(s)
Boquet, A.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1939, 63, pp 531-553
Abstract

Repeated attempts were made to demonstrate a tuberculous bacillaemia in two rabbits and three calves, all of which had been artificially infected and had developed generalized tuberculosis, and in three cows, all of which had developed generalized tuberculosis as the result of natural infection and ...

Author(s)
Van Oijen, C. F.
Citation
Acta vet. neerl., 1934, 1, 3, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

III. An attempt was made to differentiate the type of infection in pigs by testing the sensitization to tuberculin of 72 rabbits and 72 g. pigs inoculated with material from TB. lesions. The tuberculin tests were made six weeks after inoculation. It was found that rabbits were of no value for this...

Author(s)
Crawford, A. B.
Citation
American Review of Tuberculosis and Pulmonary Diseases, 1938, 37, pp 579-597
Abstract

I. Rabbits were injected at weekly intervals, some subcutaneously and some intravenously, with 1 to 2 mg. of BCG, either living or heat-killed. The degree of allergy was determined by the Mantoux test and the concentration of antibodies in the blood estimated by the complement-fixation,...

Author(s)
Clawson, B. J.
Citation
Journal of Bacteriology, 1935, 29, pp 32

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