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OVINE BRUCELLOSIS. Observations in an "epidemiology" flock over three years showed a very slow spread of the disease. It did not seem to affect lambing rates. Many lambs born to infected ewes gave a positive or suspicious complement-fixation reaction, but all became negative at 3 to 4 months old....

Adelaide: W. L,
Vestnik sel'sko-khozyaistvennoi Nauki, 1958, 5, pp 91 ; 62-81 pp.

I. The examination of lesions in lymph nodes from pigs for Mycobacterium tuiberculosis and the typing of the strains was continued. Glands were divided into five groups. Group 1, "Mottled Glands", contained no distinct lesions but had fine white striations. Group 2 nodes had a large encapsulated...

Adelaide : K. M. Stevenson, Govt. Printer.,
The Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science. Seventeenth Annual Report of the Council, July 1954-June 1955 and Eighteenth Annual Report ofthe Council, July, 1955-June, 1956., 1956, pp 113; 109 pp.

Several methods of testing milk for the detection of MASTITIS are under examination. Animal inoculation of milk is used in a survey of the incidence of BRUCELLOSIS in addition to serological tests of bulked milk. The "ring test" was more sensitive than the whey agglutination test. Human cases of...

Adelaide: The Institute.,
The Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science. Thirteenth Annual Report of the Council, July 1950 June 1951.[Veterinary Pathology Section: WATTS, P. S.]., 1951, pp 49 pp.

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