selenium supplementation in lambs: effects on antibody responses to a salmonella trials conducted in 1984 and 1985, the effects of selenium injections on the antibody responses of lambs marginally deficient in selenium to salmonella dublin were assessed. control lambs (mean glutathione peroxidase [gshpx] less than 20 iu/ml) responded well to the vaccine. no difference was observed in the antibody titres of animals treated twice with 5 mg selenium as sodium selenate. during the following season animals given 50 mg selenium as barium selenate showed slightly higher titres t ...19863788004
adjuvant-free immunological manipulation of livestock.mice and sheep were immunised to growth hormone release inhibiting hormone (ghrih) using a number of systems which avoided conventional adjuvants. ghrih was linked directly, or via a horse igg carrier, to algin or purified protein derivative of tuberculin. a conjugate of ghrih and flagella from salmonella dublin was also prepared. complexes were administered with or without lipopolysaccharide from s typhosa 0901 in a two-injection schedule. animals receiving conjugates containing purified protei ...19846147886
[pustular dermatitis in veterinarians following delivery in domestic animals; an occupational disease].to assess the prevalence of contact dermatitis after deliveries in cattle or sheep among veterinarians.19968692355
[pustular dermatitis in veterinarians following delivery in farm animals; an occupational disease].to assess the prevalence of contact dermatitis after deliveries in cattle or sheep among veterinarians.19989537088
efficacy of a vaccine to prevent chlamydia- or campylobacter-induced abortions in a sheep flock, chlamydia psittaci, campylobacter fetus, ca jejuni, and salmonella dublin caused abortions. a vaccine that contained c psittaci type i from 2 sources: a cow with pneumonia and an aborted ovine fetus, ca fetus, ca jejuni, and 4 strains of k99 escherichia coli was given to 240 ewes before they were bred. all fetuses, placentas, and lambs, that died within 36 hours of birth were examined for infectious agents. of 55 abortions, 30 (55%) were caused by chlamydia or campylobacter spp ...19902407704
some aspects of the epidemiology and control of salmonella typhimurium infection in outwintered suckler cows.two outbreaks of salmonella typhimurium infections affected outwintered, spring-calving suckler cows in late pregnancy. the infections spread rapidly both within and between groups of stock on the affected farms, with morbidity in the infected groups varying from 14.5 per cent to over 60 per cent, and mortality in adult cattle varying from 0 to 14.3 per cent. prophylactic measures included the use of antibiotics and killed vaccines against escherichia coli, salmonella dublin, s typhimurium, and ...19921475896
investigation of the genetic diversity among isolates of salmonella enterica serovar dublin from animals and humans from england, wales and assess the degree of genetic diversity among animal salmonella dublin uk isolates, and to compare it with the genetic diversity found among human isolates from the same time period.200212392517
salmonella dublin causes a variety of problems for cattle in september. 199910609568
a preliminary study of salmonella, verocytotoxigenic escherichia coli/escherichia coli o157 and campylobacter on four mixed farms.the aims of this study were to investigate the incidence of salmonella, verocytotoxigenic escherichia coli (vtec)/escherichia coli o157 and campylobacter on four mixed farms and to characterize the isolates in terms of a range of virulence factors. eighty-nine composite (five different samples from the same animal species combined) faecal [cattle (24), pigs (14), sheep (4), poultry (4), horses (7), deer (4), dogs (9), rodents (2) and wild birds (20)] samples, 16 composite soil samples plus 35 in ...201121951421
geographical distribution of salmonella infected pig, cattle and sheep herds in sweden 1993-2010.the swedish salmonella control programme covers the entire production chain, from feed to food. all salmonella serotypes are notifiable. on average, less than 20 cases of salmonella in food-producing animals are reported every year. in some situations, the cases would be expected to cluster geographically. the aim of this study was to illustrate the geographic distribution of the salmonella cases detected in pigs, cattle and sheep.201121975258
high incidence of salmonella dublin in cattle and sheep. 201020154308
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