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" The following conclusions were presented: 1, and emphatically, that milk from cows affected with tuberculosis in any part of the body may contain the virus of the disease ; 2, that the virus is present, whether there is disease of the udder or not; 3,... "
Report - Page 349
by New Hampshire. State Department of Health - 1889
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Experiment Station Record, Volume 2

United States. Office of Experiment Stations - 1891
...is disease of the udder or not. (3) That there is no ground for the assertion that there must be ะป lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the...tuberculosis but with no discoverable lesion of the udder." Massachusetts Hatch Station, Special Bulletin, May, 1890 (pp. 44). ON THE MOST PROFITABLE USE OP COMMERCIAL...
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Experiment Station Record, Volume 2

United States. Office of Experiment Stations - 1891
...infection of tuberculosis. (4) That, on the contrary, the bacilli of tuberculosis are present and active iu a very large proportion of cases in the milk of cows...tuberculosis but with no discoverable lesion of the udder." Massachusetts Hatch Station, Special Bulletin, May, 1890 (pp. 44). ON THE MOST PROFITABLE USE OF COMMERCIAL...
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Epidemics, Plagues and Fevers: Their Causes and Prevention

Francis Albert Rollo Russell - 1892 - 508 pages
...that there must be a lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the infection of tuberculosis. That, on the contrary, the bacilli of tuberculosis...tuberculosis, but with no discoverable lesion of the udder. At the Congress on Tuberculosis in Paris (1891), M. Chauveau demonstrated the identity of human and...
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Annual Report - Vermont. Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington, Issues 5-8

Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station - 1892
...the bacilli of tuberculosis are present and active in a very large proportion of cases in the mtik of cows affected with tuberculosis but with no discoverable lesion of the udder. The fact that bovine tuberculosis may be transmitted to lower animals is absolutely proved by hundreds...
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Report, Volume 11

New Hampshire. State Department of Health - 1893
...there is disease of the udder or not ; 3, that there is no ground for the assertion that there must be lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the...tuberculosis, but with no discoverable lesion of the udder. It will thus be seen that Dr. Ernst's results and conclusions are essentially the same as those to...
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Report of the State Board of Health of the State of New Hampshire ..., Volume 11

1893
...there is disease of the udder or not; 3, that there is no ground for the assertion that there must be lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the...tuberculosis, but with no discoverable lesion of the udder. It will thus be seen that Dr. Ernst's results and conclusions are essentially the same as those to...
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Bulletin - Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Issues 41-74

1894
...there must be a lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the infection of tuberculosis. 4th. That, on the contrary, the bacilli of tuberculosis...tuberculosis but with no discoverable lesion of the udder. The fact that bovine tuberculosis may be transmitted to lower animals is absolutely proved by hundreds...
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St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 67

1894
...could contain the infection of tuberculosis. 4. That, on the contrary, the bacilli of tuberculosis were present and active, in a very large proportion of...in the milk of cows affected with tuberculosis, but without any lesion of the udder. The demonstration of the presence of tubercle bacilli in human milk...
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Report, Volume 23

New Hampshire. Dept. of Agriculture - 1895
...the body, may contain the virus of the disease ; (2) that the virus is present, whether there is a disease of the udder or not ; (3) that there is no...tuberculosis, but with no discoverable lesion of the udder. Other observers have arrived at the same conclusions. It is evident from these and many other experiments...
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Report, Volume 13

New Hampshire. State Department of Health - 1895
...there must be a lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the infection of tuberculosis. 4th. That, on the contrary, the bacilli of tuberculosis...tuberculosis but with no discoverable lesion of the udder. The fact that bovine tuberculosis may be transmitted to lower animals is absolutely proved by hundreds...
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