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A bluetongue-like virus was isolated from Japanese cattle with an infectious disease involving vesication and necrosis of the mucous membrane of the oral cavity and swallowing difficulties. The virus was successfully passaged by intracerebral inoculation in unweaned and weanling mice, 100%...

Author(s)
Miyamoto, T.; Takehara, K.; Nomura, Y.; Samejima, T.; Nakamura, J.
Publisher
Tokyo,
Citation
NIBS Bulletin of Biological Research, 1962, 7, pp 1-18
Abstract

Between October and December, 1961, the author investigated 5 outbreaks of rinderpest in Egypt, introduced the LA vaccine, and established the c.f. techniques as routine laboratory methods. Sera and lymph nodes were collected and the results of c.f. tests recorded. Unvac-cinated calves were the...

Author(s)
Nakamura, J.
Citation
United Nations. Report to the Government of the United Arab Republic on the diagnosis of rinderpest and vaccine production., 1962, pp 19 pp.
Abstract

The lapinized-avianized strain of rinderpest virus was successfully propagated in chick embryo tissue culture. A simple suspension method similar to that described by Maitland gave satisfactory results. Various culture conditions were studied for the establishment of a standard culture method. As a ...

Author(s)
NAKAMURA, J.; MOTOHASHI, T.; KISHI, S.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1958, 19, pp 174-180
Abstract

After working on rinderpest during a stay of about 4 months in Nigeria, N. made several recommendations. Avianized strains of rinderpest virus should be studied, because of their possibilities in vaccination and because they are cheap to maintain. The c.f. test should be the routine lab. method of...

Author(s)
NAKAMURA, J.
Publisher
Rome: Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,
Citation
F.A.O. Report, 1957, 768, pp 13 pp.
Abstract

A strain of rinderpest virus was adapted to rabbits and attenuated for cattle. It did not regain virulence even after 10 successive passages through cattle. A method of simultaneous vaccination in which susceptible cattle were given the rabbit strain of virus plus hyper-immune serum was tested on...

Author(s)
NAKAMURA, J.; FUKUSHO, K.; KURODA, S.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1943, 5, pp 474-477
Abstract

These investigations were made to study problems involved in the production of complement-fixing antibody of rinderpest. In the first experiment 33 calves were used; 17 received virulent blood 14-16 days after a dose of toluolized vaccine. Only two had any reaction and these recovered after showing ...

Author(s)
NAKAMURA, J.; WAGATUMA, S.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1940, 2, pp 257-276

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