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An account of the results of five years' work. L. described the methods of virus production, its use and the difficulties and set-backs encountered, but despite its admitted imperfections, the immunization of cattle with goat-virus rinderpest vaccine shows genuine advantages over older methods....

Author(s)
LALANNE, A.
Citation
Bull. Serv. Elev. Industr. anim. A. O. P., 1952, 5, 2-3-4, pp 43-54 pp.
Abstract

These two articles record observations made on an outbreak of theileria infection in cattle at Stanleyville, and are identical except that the second gives fuller details of the pathological findings in individual cases, and contains verbatim reports from the laboratories to which material was sent ...

Author(s)
SCHWETZ, J.
Publisher
Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee, 1934, 12, pp 228-247
Abstract

Where strict enforcement of sanitary police regulations is possible, cattle plague can be stamped out by these means alone, but in countries where strict enforcement is not possible, recourse must be had to a method of protective inoculation.
The author expresses the opinion that protective...

Author(s)
CLAVERIE.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire Exotique, 1929, 2, 3, pp 129-143 pp.
Abstract

In a former communication (1916) the author reported to the Administration des Domaines the results obtained following upon the active immunization of more than 2, 000 cattle, and the Egyptian Government, with a view to the complete eradication of rinderpest from the country, had ordered the...

Author(s)
PIOT BEY.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1919, 33, 3, pp 197-207 pp.

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