Eine Beri Beri-ähnliche Krankheit der Hühner

  title={Eine Beri Beri-{\"a}hnliche Krankheit der H{\"u}hner},
  author={D. Eijkman},
  journal={Archiv f{\"u}r pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und f{\"u}r klinische Medicin},
  • D. Eijkman
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Archiv für pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und für klinische Medicin
Die ersten Krankheitsf~l!e traten spontan auf unter dora kleinen Hiihnervorrath meines Laboratoriums. Wie Beobaehtungen an neu angeschafften Hiihnern lehrten, ging dem Ausbruch der Krankheit ein Ineubationsstadium yon 3--4 Wochen voran, wKhrend dessen die Thiere betriichtlich abmagerten. Unter bestimmten Umst~nden aber, die wir erst sp~ter kennen lernten, kann die Incubation auch bedeutend 1/inger dauern und die Abmagerung dabei ganz ausbleiben. Der Anfang der Krankheit kennzeichnet sick dutch… Expand
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