STUDIES ON AN UNCOMPLICATED CORYZA OF THE DOMESTIC FOWL

@article{Nelson1936STUDIESOA,
  title={STUDIES ON AN UNCOMPLICATED CORYZA OF THE DOMESTIC FOWL},
  author={John B. Nelson},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1936},
  volume={63},
  pages={515 - 522}
}
  • J. Nelson
  • Published 28 February 1935
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of Experimental Medicine
Minute coccobacilliform bodies have regularly been found in the nasal exudate of fowl infected both by injection and by contact with the coryza of slow onset. These bodies are commonly less than 0.5µ in diameter and are predominantly extracellular. They have consistently failed to grow in artificial media. They are held back by Berkefeld V filters which are impermeable to Hemophilus gallinarum but may pass through filters which are permeable to the test organism. The coccoid bodies are… 
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STUDIES ON AN UNCOMPLICATED CORYZA OF THE DOMESTIC FOWL
  • J. Nelson
  • Biology, Medicine
    The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 1933
TLDR
By a method combining filtration and cultivation an unidentified Gram-negative bacillus was isolated from the nasal exudate of fowl experimentally infected with an uncomplicated coryza, and certain cultural characters of the bacilli are discussed.
STUDIES ON AN UNCOMPLICATED CORYZA OF THE DOMESTIC FOWL
  • J. Nelson
  • Biology, Medicine
    The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 1933
TLDR
Three types of an uncomplicated fowl coryza, differing in the onset and duration of symptoms, developed after the intranasal injection into normal birds of exudate from natural cases, were carried out in an attempt to explain why the "bacillary" disease regularly ran a shorter course than the "exudate" disease.
The preparations were all stained with Gram's method and magnified 920 diameters
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  • 1935
UNCOMPLICATED CORYZA OF DOMESTIC FOWL
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Coccobac'flliform bodies in disintegrating tissue from sediment of s 24 hour tissue culture. Gram-stained film. × 920
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Extracellular coccobacilliform bodies in the fetal membrane of an inoculated 4 day egg. Gram-stained film