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Open TB. in man as a source of infection for cattle and goats. Infections with human type tubercle bacillus


, : Open TB. in man as a source of infection for cattle and goats. Infections with human type tubercle bacillus. Schweiz. Arch. Tierheilk, 95: 69-97 & 135-170

In 9 herds previously tuberculin negative, the occurrence of reactors was caused by infection with the human type of M. tuberculosis. In another herd, the infection was introduced by a man infected with the bovine type. Casehistories and procedures for diagnosis, tracing the source of infection, and control were described in detail. The subcutaneous, ophthalmic and intradermal (i/d) tuberculin tests, using human tuberculin, were employed.

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