Monographs of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research Volume 18-20

Monographs of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research Volume 18-20

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...on guinea pigs with negative results. Oct. 13, titer of blood above 1: 320. Feb. 18, 1921, cow talved normally. The placenta was expelled and appeared normal. Titer of blood 1:640; titer of colostrum 1:10,240. The calf, though weak and undersized, was brought to the Institute. On Mar. 24, it received subcutaneously a dose of B. actinoides. It was killed Apr. 8 and B. abortus was isolated from the lungs. Mar. 3, titer of mixed milk 1:160. Nov. 18, titer of blood above 1:320. Mar. 12, 1922, cow calved normally. The placenta was expelled but lost. Sold. No. 494--Black and white, born Aug. 13, 1917. Titer of blood: Dec. 2, 1919, 1:20; Jan. 6, 1920, 1:80; Feb. 25, 1:1,280. Udder fluid collected Mar. 4 and 17 and each sample tested on a guinea pig with positive result. Apr. 3, heifer aborted a living fetus with complete coat of hair. 88 cm. long. Fetus was killed and autopsied. Nothing noteworthy found. The meconium in rectum was dry and dark, like normal meconium. Cultures from spleen, liver, and kidneys negative for B. abortus. One guinea pig inoculated with a suspension of meconium negative for B. abortus. The placenta was retained. Films made from a uterine swab showed characteristic groups of B. abortus and a guinea pig inoculated with a suspension from the same developed a large spleen from which B. abortus was isolated. Apr. 5, titer of blood 1:2,560; titer of colostrum 1:1,280. Died. No. 495--Black and white, born Aug. 24, 1917. Titer of blood: Dec. 2, 1919, 1:20; Jan. 6 and Mar. 15, 1920, 1:40. Apr. 15, heifer calved normally. The placenta was expelled and appeared normal. Apr. 21, titer of blood 1:20. Mar. 29, 1921, titer of blood 1: 20. Aug. 2, cow calved normally. The placenta was expelled but lost. Titer of blood 1:20; of colostrum...show more

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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123676949X
  • 9781236769497