Anton J. Mayr

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  • Anton J. Mayr
  • Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Mikrobiologie und…
  • 1983
The accumulation of refuse in urban and agricultural areas provides parasitic vermin with new feeding sources and also creates for them partly entirely new biotopes. Vermin transmit both mechanically and biologically the most varied species of pathogens to man, domestic animals and work animals. With respect to the spread of pathogens by vermin via the(More)
Characteristics of a small DNA virus isolated from kidney cell cultures of healthy 3 week-old pigs are described. The virus isolate multiplies in kidney cell cultures of pig origin, produces intranuclear inclusion bodies, and hemagglutinates guinea pig, human group 0, chicken, cat, rat and mouse red blood cells. It multiplies in pigs resulting in antibody(More)
Human papillomaviruses are receiving attention for their role in the pathogenesis of cancer, especially cancer of the anogenital tract. Although strains of human papillomavirus are associated with benign lesions of the conjunctiva, their association with conjunctival dysplastic lesions and carcinomas has remained unclear. We examined a group of neoplastic(More)
  • Anton J. Mayr
  • Journal of veterinary medicine. B, Infectious…
  • 2004
From the introduction of smallpox vaccination approximately 200 years ago right up to its discontinuation (1980), reports by physicians and scientists about positive side-effects such as healing of chronic skin rashes, reduced susceptibility to various infectious diseases, e.g. measles, scarlet fever and whooping cough, and even the prophylactic use of the(More)
Mayr A. & Mayr B. 1999. A new concept in prophylaxis and therapy: paramunization by poxvirus inducers. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira 19(3/4):91-98. Lehrstuhl für Mikrobiologie und Seuchenlehre der Tierärztlichen Fakultät der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Veterinärstraße 13, D-80539 München, Germany. The so-called primitive, innate or(More)
Der nach einer Infektion der Chorioallantoismembran des Hühnerembryos entstehende Taubenpocken-Primärherd hat nur ein begrenztes Wachstum. Der Grund hierfür liegt darin, daß nach einer bestimmten Zeit die Zellen am Rande des Pockenherdes die Fähigkeit erlangen, einer weiteren Ausbreitung der Virusinfektion zu widerstehen. Sie bauen das sich neubildende(More)
A virus isolated from horses after abortion was propagated in cultures of swine kidney cells. Shape and structure of the virus particles as seen in negatively stained preparations and changes observed in ultrathin sections of infected cells suggest that the virus belongs to the herpes group. However, most of the virus particles in the nucleus and in the(More)