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A detailed account of the method of preparation of F & M disease vaccine in the Netherlands is given. The method is based on that of Frenkel, and vaccine is prepared against A, O and C types of the virus. Sufficient vaccine is prepared to enable the whole cattle population of over 4 million animals ...

Author(s)
van Bekkum, J. G.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1969, 94, pp 758-767
Abstract

At the Amsterdam Branch of the Central Veterinary Laboratory (director: Dr. J G. van Bekkum) 4 million doses of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE vaccine (against types O1 and O2) for cattle and 1 million doses for pigs were produced. Research on vaccine production and immunization of pigs continued. Attempts ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Scinpostduin 18, The Hague,
Citation
Netherlands Stichting voor Diergeneeskundig Onderzoek. Jaarverslag 1967., 1969, pp 109 pp.
Abstract

Virus from a field case of F. & M. disease was found to be type O (Vallée), and was pathogenic for g. pigs. It was grown in cattle embryo tissue cultures, and a tissue culture diluted 1: 10, 000 was pathogenic for g. pigs, causing generalization 48 hours after injection into the tongue.
In...

Author(s)
Frenkel, H. S.; Van Waveren, G. M.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1938, 65, pp 264-281
Abstract

I. Certain technical problems are discussed and the results of experiments are described. Bacterial contamination of tissue cultures of F. & M. disease virus can be prevented by immersing the infected skin tissue for a few minutes in 70% alcohol held at -15°C. The culture is then removed and...

Author(s)
Frenkel, H. S.; Van Waveren, G. M.
Citation
Verslagen werkzaam. Staatsveearts. Onderzoek.-Inst., 1938, pp 22-31 pp.
Abstract

I. Since the work described in the previous abstract was done the culture has been further grown over a total of 27 passages in 104 days. Fowl plasma was used in the cultures but, as it is troublesome to obtain, an attempt was made to use agar (0.75 per cent. in Ringer's fluid) as a substitute:...

Author(s)
Frenkel, H. S.; Van Waveren, G. M.
Publisher
The Hague: Algemeene Landsdrukkerij.,
Citation
Staatsveearts. Onderzoek. -inst., 1935, pp 18 pp.
Abstract

Various experiments were made by injections of the virus of dog distemper into an area of artificial subcutaneous oedema caused by the injection of 0.5 c.c. of turpentine. Control animals injected with virus without the turpentine injection became seriously ill, while injection of virus into an...

Author(s)
Bijl, J. P.; Van Der Schaaf, A. T.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1936, 63, pp 1081-1087

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