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Resistance to antimicrobial agents.
Publisher Summary The survival of a parasite depends, in part, on its ability to adapt to changing environmental conditions. Species that cannot adapt are often replaced by others—better suited to… Expand
Gas chromatographic determination of famphur and its oxygen analog residues in bovine milk, blood, and edible tissues
The relative thermostability of cytoplasmic proteins from thermophilic bacteria.
Safety and tissue residue evaluations in swine fed rations containing chloretetracycline, sulfamethazine, and penicillin.
Disappearance of chlortetracycline residues from edible tissues of animals feed rations containing the drug. I. Cattle and swine.
Disappearance of chlortetracycline residues from edible tissues. II. Chickens and turkeys.
2-Amino-5-(1-methyl-5-nitro-2-imidazolyl)-1,3,4-thiadiazole, a new antimicrobial agent. V. Therapy of an experimental Salmonella choleraesuis infection iswine.
Standardized Infections for Laboratory Evaluation of Compounds Against a Chronic Respiratory Disease Complex in Chickens
Antibiotics as feedstuff additives: the risk-benefit equation for man.
CHEMOTHERAPY OF EXPERIMENTAL AVIAN MYCOPLASMA INFECTIONS
- G. O. Gale, H. W. Layton, A. Shor, G. Kemp
- Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 July 1967
Standardized experimental infections are used routinely to search for useful chemotherapeutic agents. Kiser, Popken and Clementel described an experimental mycoplasma infection in chickens at the… Expand