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The pathology of Clostridium perfringens type C infection has been described with detail only in foals and piglets. The current report describes the diagnostic workup and detailed pathology of 3 cases of C. perfringens type C infection in calves. A 2-day-old Jersey calf and fresh and fixed tissues...

Author(s)
Garcia, J. P.; Anderson, M.; Blanchard, P.; Mete, A.; Uzal, F. A.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2013, 25, 3, pp 438-442
Abstract

Objective - To develop a syndromic surveillance system based on visual inspection from outside the livestock pens that could be used for detection of disease among livestock entering an auction market. Design - Cross-sectional study. Animals - All livestock (beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats,...

Author(s)
Metre, D. C. van; Barkey, D. Q.; Salman, M. D.; Morley, P. S.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2009, 234, 5, pp 658-664
Abstract

Sporadic outbreaks of vesicular stomatitis (VS) in the United States result in significant economic losses for the U.S. livestock industries because VS is a reportable disease that clinically mimics foot-and-mouth disease. Rapid and accurate differentiation of these 2 diseases is critical because...

Author(s)
Wilson, W. C.; Letchworth, G. J.; Jiménez, C.; Herrero, M. V.; Navarro, R.; Paz, P.; Cornish, T. E.; Smoliga, G.; Pauszek, S. J.; Dornak, C.; George, M.; Rodriguez, L. L.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2009, 21, 2, pp 179-186
Abstract

A total of 229 isolates of yeasts and yeastlike organisms recovered from a variety of clinical specimens were identified by using the AP1 20C microsystem in conjunction with morphological characteristics and urea hydrolysis. Of the 220, 218 (95.1%) were from bovine, porcine, canine and equine spp....

Author(s)
Chengappa, M. M.; Maddux, R. L.; Greer, S. C.; Pincus, D. H.; Geist, L. L.
Citation
Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1984, 19, 3, pp 427-428
Abstract

The disease was first described in 1966 [see V.B, 36, absts. 4893 & 4894, also V.B. 37, abst. 686], Serial renal biopsy performed on 12 affected adult sheep over a period of 15 months showed that the disease is not rapidly progressive. A similar disease was found to occur in a high percentage...

Author(s)
Lerner, R. A.
Publisher
Scripps Clinic & Res. Fndn, La Jolla, Calif.,
Citation
Federation Proceedings. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1968, 27, pp 363 p
Abstract

To determine the minimum amount of reagent required, the bovine serum (conglutinin) and horse serum titration series were studied over a narrow range: 0.01 to 0.25 ml. Three different amounts of horse serum were used for the conglutinin titration and four different amounts of conglutinin for the...

Author(s)
Engelhard, W. E.; Millian, S. J.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1964, 25, pp 1371-1375
Abstract

This book is not as comprehensive as its title might suggest, but contains some useful information. It is the report of a symposium on this subject held at Colorado State University, and takes the form of a series of 15 papers, followed by questions and answers in discussion. Most of the papers are ...

Author(s)
Faulkner, L. C.
Publisher
Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas,
Citation
Abortion diseases of livestock., 1968, pp xiv + 207 pp.
Abstract

The vesicular stomatitis virus was isolated, for the first time in Argentina and Brazil, from outbreaks of the disease in horses and mules. Some experiments were conducted to determine the relationship between the new samples of virus, the vesicular stomatitis Indiana serotype and the "Cocal"...

Author(s)
Federer, K. E.; Burrows, R.; Brooksby, J. B.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1967, 8, pp 103-117
Abstract

A large proportion of horses, pigs and cows on 11 farms in southern Georgia, U.S.A. had antibodies to vesicular stomatitis; the country is low-lying and contains much wet-land pasture. The disease is enzootic and appears in pigs in May or June; there are 6-7 months in the year when it is not...

Author(s)
Hanson, R. P.; Karstad, L.
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1956, 1957, pp 288-292
Abstract

VI. Domestic animals other than cattle or swine that may become infected with Brucella organisms include goats, horses, sheep, dogs, and fowl. The literature contains reports of natural infection in wild animals; such as moose, deer, elk, and bison, all of which in certain regions may serve as...

Author(s)
Boyd, W. L.
Publisher
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, USA
Citation
Brucellosis: A Symposium., 1950, pp 198-203

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