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Chicken Egg Yolk Antibodies (IgY-technology): A Review of Progress in Production and Use in Research and Human and Veterinary Medicine
- R. Schade, E. G. Calzado, Rodolfo Sarmiento, P. Chacana, Joanna Porankiewicz-Asplund, H. Terzolo
- BiologyAlternatives to laboratory animals : ATLA
- 1 April 2005
This review offers detailed and comprehensive information about IgY-technology, including possibilities for hen keeping in accordance with the Three Rs principles and new insights into the IgY transfer mechanism from blood to yolk as a biological basis for the technology.
Aetiology of diarrhoea in young calves
- D. Snodgrass, H. Terzolo, D. Sherwood, I. Campbell, J. D. Menzies, B. Synge
- MedicineThe Veterinary Record
- 12 July 1986
Although all these enteropathogens were excreted more frequently by the diarrhoeic than by the healthy calves, the difference was significant overall only for rotavirus.
Characterization of isolates of Haemophilus paragallinarum from Argentina.
- H. Terzolo, F. Paolicchi, V. Sandoval, P. Blackall, T. Yamaguchi, Y. Iritani
- Biology, MedicineAvian diseases
- 1 April 1993
Results indicate that H. paragallinarum isolates from Argentina are antigenically distinct from those examined in other countries, and it is suggested that coryza vaccines intended for use in Argentina may be more effective if based on local strains.
IgY-technology (egg yolk antibodies) in human medicine: A review of patents and clinical trials.
Microbiology of diarrhoea in young beef and dairy calves in Argentina.
- R. Bellinzoni, J. Blackhall, E. Scodeller
- Biology, MedicineRevista Argentina de microbiologia
- 1 July 1990
Rotavirus, Cryptosporidium sp, and Salmonella spp. were investigated in the faeces of 452 diarrhoeic calves from 36 beef and 33 dairy herds. Animals surveyed were from a few days of age up to…
Molecular screening of pathogenic Escherichia coli strains isolated from dairy neonatal calves in Cordoba province, Argentina
Complicated infectious coryza outbreaks in Argentina.
Signs of infectious coryza in both layers and broiler-breeders were typical; in broilers, however, swollen head-like syndrome was seen and H. paragallinarum from sites such as liver, kidney, and particularly tarsal arthritis and ocular globes appears to be reported for the first time.
Evaluation of inactivated infectious coryza vaccines in chickens challenged by serovar B strains of Haemophilus paragallinarum.
Results confirm the necessity of including serovar B regional strains in the formulation of local vaccines and protect against challenge from either the vaccinal strain (H8) or three Argentinean serovars A and C strains (H6, Hll and HI2).
Evaluation of different live Salmonella enteritidis vaccine schedules administered during layer hen rearing to reduce excretion, organ colonization, and egg contamination.
Higher protection throughout laying period was afforded after administration of three vaccine doses during rearing period, and protection against experimental infection with a virulent nalidixic acid resistant S. Enteritidis was evaluated.
Malignant oedema associated with blood-sampling in sheep.
The need for maintaining a clean environment for animals and for strict hygienic measures during procedures that generate wounds, together with immunity acquired by proper vaccination, for prevention of malignant oedema is stressed.