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BACTERIOLOGICAL AND SEROLOGICAL STUDIES OF COLIBACILLOSIS IN CALVES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VACCINATION AS A MEANS OF PREVENTION

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Title: BACTERIOLOGICAL AND SEROLOGICAL STUDIES OF COLIBACILLOSIS IN CALVES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VACCINATION AS A MEANS OF PREVENTION
Author: Gay, Clive Collins
Abstract: The economic loss occasioned by early death of young calves has been known for many years. Infection with Escherichia coli. colibacillosis, preventing this disease has recently regained some importance as it is now apparent that the initial promise offered by chemotherapeutic agents for treatment and control of colibacillosis has become conditioned by the emergence of drug resistant strains of E. coli. This study was undertaken in an attempt to determine the efficiency of vaccination as a means of prevention.
Description: A Thesis Presented to the School of Graduate Studies of The University of Toronto by CLIVE COLLINS GAY In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Veterinary Science. 1962
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/4903
Date: 1962
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