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[sarcocystis and toxoplasma infections in slaughter sheep in bavaria]. 1979107950
[the most frequent infectious causes of abortion in sheep in north bavaria with special reference to chlamydia and salmonella infections].between 1980 and 1987 1153 ovine fetuses and placentas were examined after abortion. in 68.5% of the cases a cause of abortion could be diagnosed as follows: 43.5% chlamydia psittaci var. ovis, 10.7% salmonella abortus ovis, 3.7% coxiella burnetii, 3.3% listeria monocytogenes and 0.4% campylobacter fetus intestinalis. hemolyzing escherichia coli and streptococci, yersinia pseudotuberculosis, salmonella typhimurium, salmonella enteritidis, corynebacterium pyogenes and other facultative pathogens ...19892503908
experimental determination of transfer coefficients of 137cs and 131i from fodder into milk of cows and sheep after the chernobyl accident.following the chernobyl accident in april 1986, the transfer of 131i and 137cs from feed to milk was studied under experimental and common agricultural conditions. from measurements in different dairy farms in southern bavaria, equilibrium transfer coefficients for cow's milk were calculated to be 0.003 d l-1 (range 0.0015 to 0.005) for 131i and 0.003 d l-1 (range 0.0025 to 0.004) for 137cs. in feeding experiments with cows and sheep under more controlled conditions, milk transfer coefficients o ...19892584031
[visna-maedi in a flock of merino sheep in lower franconia]. 19724551099
[occurrence of pulmonary adenomatosis of sheep in bavaria. ii]. 19695388941
[on the occurrence of lung adenomatosis in sheep in bavaria]. 19666010836
[helminth burden of slaughter sheep in upper bavaria. 1: species spectrum, infestation extent and infestation intensity].the helminth fauna of 136 slaughtered sheep (99 lambs < 1 year, and 37 sheep > or = 1 year) from upper bavaria, germany, was examined. in all 2 species of trematodes, 3 species of cestodes and 24 species of nematodes were found. all the animals harboured gastrointestinal nematodes, 9 of them liver flukes, 33 moniezia spp., 19 cysticercus tenuicollis, and one sheep setaria sp. lungworms were not seen. the most prevalent species were cooperia curticei (74.3%), trichuris ovis (69.1%), ostertagia ci ...19968694743
[occurrence of helminths in slaughtered sheep in upper bavaria. 2. relationship between fecal egg count and worm burden].the relationship between the faecal egg count and the worm burden of the gastrointestinal tract of sheep was examined. close relationships were found in strongyles, trichostrongylidae (other than nematodirus spp.), nematodirus spp., strongyloides papillosus, chabertiidae and trichuris spp.. due to high percentage of false negative diagnosis from faecal examination, this relationship was in nematodirus spp. and trichuris spp. not as close as in the other nematodes. however, the results support th ...19979182515
[helminth infection of slaughtered sheep in upper bavaria. 3. distribution of colonization of nematodes in the large intestine of sheep].the distribution of chabertia (ch.) ovina, oesophagostomum (o.) venulosum and trichuris spp. within the large intestine of naturally infected sheep in the dependence of worm counts and the presence of nematodes of other species or genera was evaluated. the large intestine was divided into 4 sections. more than 75% of ch. ovina were found within the disk-like section of the colon independently from worm count and presence of nematodes of other species. o. venulosum and trichuris spp. preferred th ...19979290047
[first description of scrapie in the free state of bavaria--a case report].we here report on the first case of scrapie in bavaria. the post mortem of a six year old ewe of the breed german grey heath with a suspected subclinical calcinosis revealed typical histopathological signs of a spongiform encephalopathy and immunohistochemistry was positive for prpsc in the cervical part of the spinal cord. eight out of 18 sheep of the herd showed clinical symptoms.200312680282
genetic clustering of borna disease virus natural animal isolates, laboratory and vaccine strains strongly reflects their regional geographical origin.the aim of this study was to gain more detailed insights into the genetic evolution and variability of borna disease virus (bdv). phylogenetic analyses were performed on field viruses originating from naturally infected animals, the bdv vaccine strain 'dessau', four widely used laboratory strains and the novel bdv subtype no/98. four regions of the bdv genome were analysed: the complete p40, p10 and p24 genes and the 5'-untranslated region of the x/p transcript. bdv isolates from the same geogra ...200515659758
epidemiological data on pathogenic yersinia enterocolitica in southern germany during 2000-2006.yersinia enterocolitica is the most common species causing enteric yersiniosis, which is still the third most frequently reported foodborne gastroenteritis in europe. y. enterocolitica generally causes sporadic human infections, and outbreaks are rare. the most important infection source of yersiniosis is believed to be contaminated pork and pork products. data on the prevalence of pathogenic y. enterocolitica in animals and foodstuffs are very limited and old; thus, more information on the exte ...200818564908
a two year btv-8 vaccination follow up: molecular diagnostics and assessment of humoral and cellular immune reactions.the compulsory vaccination campaign against bluetongue virus serotype eight (btv-8) in germany was exercised in the state of bavaria using three commercial monovalent inactivated vaccines given provisional marketing authorisation for emergency use. in eleven bavarian farms representing a cross sectional area of the state the immune reactions of sheep and cattle were followed over a two year period (2008-2009) using celisa, a serum neutralisation test (snt) and interferon gamma (ifn-+¦) elispot. ...201121840139
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