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The report includes notes on recent developments of general interest, and descriptions of research in progress at the three institutes: -Institute for Research on Animal Diseases, Compton; Houghton Poultry Research Station; and the Glasshouse Crops Research Institute. The work being carried out at...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Great Britain. Report of the Agricultural Research Council for the year 1965-66., 1966, pp 83 pp.
Abstract

The A. R. C. Field Station at Compton, the first research centre to be established under the direct control of the Council, was set up in 1938 primarily for the purpose of intensifying research into diseases of animals.
In developing the Station the policy has been to breed and rear a disease-free...

Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Report of the Agricultural Research Council for the year 1956-57., 1958, pp 152 pp.
Abstract

EMERGING DISEASES are defined as those assuming a greater relative importance because of more effective control of the major epizootic diseases.
BLUETONGUE-The serious spread outside Africa was noted, and the following recommended: all countries should make statistical surveys on the incidence in...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.,
Citation
United Nations. Report of the FAO/OIE International Meeting on emerging diseases of animals held in Ankara, Turkey, 19 to 24 June, 1961., 1961, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

The work of the Division of virus diseases was again concentrated on RINDERPEST and interesting and important results were achieved. Pigs of European origin were fully susceptible to rinderpest by inoculation or by feeding on infected meat and the disease spread readily from such pigs to...

Publisher
London: Colonial Office.,
Citation
Committee for Colonial Agricultural, Animal Health and Forestry Research 1959-1960. Fifteenth Annual Report., 1960, pp 23-160 pp.
Abstract

In direct complement-fixation tests, the quantitative behaviour of F. & M. disease virus antigens with hyperimmune g. pig sera was found to be similar to that noted in a number of viral antigen-antibody systems previously studies. The relative complement-fixing capacity of several FMd antigens with ...

Author(s)
Rice, C. E.; Brooksby J. B.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1953, 71, pp 300-310
Abstract

The spreading of the 1939 epizootic of F. & M. disease is described, the struggle against it being considered as an international problem. The fundamental measures of veterinary policy are also described. The stamping-out policy, i.e. slaughter of affected animals and those suspected of having been ...

Author(s)
Waldmann, O.
Citation
IV Congr. int. Pat. comp., 1939, 1, pp 89-105
Abstract

It is again stressed that an animal that has recovered from infection with one type of the virus can develop the disease from infection with any other type. The determination of the type of virus responsible for any outbreak has a fundamental bearing on the control of the disease in Great Britain...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Pirbright: The Institute.,
Citation
The Foot. and. Mouth Disease Research Institute. Report for the years 1954-1955., 1955, pp 22 pp.
Abstract

This article gives a brief outline of the history of the disease in Southern Rhodesia from 1931 to 1935. The source of the infection remained obscure; it was apparently introduced twice during this period, in both cases breaking out in the same area. The virus from the second outbreak was typed at...

Author(s)
Lawrence, D. A.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1935, 6, pp 253-262
Abstract

Foot and mouth disease broke out in the Bechuanaland Protectorate in January, 1938. A general inoculation campaign with virulent material alone was undertaken in order to allow the disease to spread as rapidly as possible -the only method of combating it in a sparsely populated country with 1, 500, ...

Author(s)
Walker, J.
Citation
Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1934, 5, pp 73-91
Abstract

This report contains 11 chapters on the outbreak four articles on special research work carried out during its course two appendixes on special government decrees etc. and on co-operation with Denmark respectively and certain diagrams maps and tables. The chapters are as follows: -
(1) HISTORICAL-A ...

Author(s)
Jerlov, S.
Publisher
Stockholm: Statens Reproduktionsanstalt.,
Citation
Mul-och klovsjukeepi-zootin i Sverige 1938-1940., 1940, pp 156 pp.

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