< > J35 - The Veterinary Journal (Formerly: British Veterinary Journal)

Organisation British Veterinary Association, London, UK
Publisher Balliere Tindall Ltd., London, UK

Note: 

  • The Veterinary Journal and Annals of Comparative Pathology. vol. 1. no. 1-vol. 104. no. 12. July 1875-Dec. 1948;
  • The British Veterinary Journal. A monthly review of veterinary science. vol. 105. no. 1, etc. Jan. 1949-Dec 1996;
  • The Veterinary Journal. vol.153- Jan. 1997-.
ISSN 1090-0233/0007-1935

Specific Chapter/Section References

Ref. Year Authors Title Vol. Pages
J35.96.w1 1940 Greig, J.R. Scrapie: observations on transmission of the disease by mediate contact 96 203-206
J35.111.w1 1955 Soulsby, E.J.L. Deaths in swans associated with trematode infection 111 498-500
J35.117.w1 1961 Jansen, J. Duck Plague 117 349-356
J35.120.w1 1964 Mullen, P.A. Some observations on the effects of method and time of castration of calves for barley beef production 120 518-523
J35.120.w2 1964 Jacobs, L. & Hartley, W.J. Ovine toxoplasmosis: studies on parasitaemia, tissue infection and congenital transmission in ewes infected by various routes 120 347-364
J35.121.w1 1965 McDiarmid, A. Modern trends in animal health and husbandry: Some infectious diseases of free-living wildlife 121 245-219
J35.123.w1 1967 Wilson, J.E. & MacDonald, J.W. Salmonella infection in wild birds 123 212-219
J35.125.w1 1969 Sellers, R.F. Inactivation of foot-and-mouth disease virus in milk 125 163-168
J35.127.w1 1971 Sellers, R.F., Herniman, K.A.J. & Donaldson, A.I. The effects of killing or removal of animals affected with foot-and-mouth disease on the amounts of airborne virus present in looseboxes 127 358-365
J35.127.w2 1971 Nirmalan, G. & Nair, S.G. Plasma proteins and certain non-protein nitrogenous constituents in the blood of Indian elephants (Elephas maximus) 127 207-213
J35.128.w1 1972 Smith, C.F. & Cordes, D.O. Dermatitis caused by Dermatophilus congolensis infection in polar bears (Thalarctos maritimus) 128 366-371
J35.130.w1 1974 Pattison, Hoare, M.N., Jebbett, J.N. & Watson, W.A. Further observations on the production of scrapie in sheep by oral dosing with foetal membranes from scrapie-affected sheep 130 lxv-lxvii
J35.131.w1 1975 Beverley, J.K.A., Hutchinson, W.M., Allsup, T.N., Spence, J.B. & Watson, W.A. Studies on the spread of Toxoplasma gondii to sheep 131 130-135
J35.132.w1 1976 Windsor, R. S. & Scott, W. A.  Fascioliasis and salmonellosis in African elephants in captivity 132 313-317
J35.133.w1 1977 Matthews, P.R.J. & Sargent, A. The isolation of mycobacteria from the brown hare (Lepus europaeus) 133 399-404
J35.133.w2 1977 Baker, J.R. The results of post-mortem examination of 132 wild birds 133 327-333
J35.134.w1 1978 James, A.D. & Ellis, P.R. Benefit-cost analysis in foot and mouth disease control programmes 134 47-52
J35.134.w2 1978 Richards, R.A. Implications of trends in livestock production for the control of foot and mouth disease 134 38-42
J35.134.w3 1978 Capstick, P.B. Foot and mouth disease control programmes in Africa 134 34-37
J35.135.w1 1979 Afshar, A. A review of non-bite transmission of rabies virus infection 135 142-148
J35.141.w1 1985 Nicholls, M.J., Black, L., Rweyemamu, M.M. & Gradwell, D.V. Effect of age on response of cattle to vaccination against foot-and-mouth disease 141 17-26
J35.141.w2 1985 Collins, R.O., Eales, F.A. & Small, J. Observations on watery mouth in newborn lambs 141 135-140
J35.141.w3 1985 Redwood, D.W. & Corbel, M.J. Brucella abortus infection in the bank vole (Clethryonomys glareolus) 141 397-400
J35.143.w1 1987 Chapman, N.G., Claydon, K., Claydon, M. & Harris, S.  Techniques for the safe and humane capture of free-living muntjac deer (Muntiacus reevesi) 143 35-43
J35.145.w1 1989 Francis, P.G. Update on mastitis III. Mastitis therapy 145 302-311
J35.145.w2 1989 Pandey, V.S. Effect of ivermectin on the ear mange mite, Psoroptes cuniculi, of rabbits 145 54-56
J35.146.w1 1990 Baker, J.R. Grey seal (Halichoerus gryphus) milk composition and its variation over lactation 146 233-238
J35.147.w1 1991 Harris, S. & Jeffries, D.J. Working within the law: guidelines for veterinary surgeons and wildlife rehabilitators on the rehabilitation of wild mammals 147 1-17
J35.148.w1 1992 Kitching, R.P. The application of biotechnology to the control of foot-and-mouth disease virus 148 375-388
J35.149.w1 1993 Salt, J.S. The carrier state in foot and mouth disease - an immunological review 149 207-223
J35.151.w1 1995 Kitching, R.P. & Salt, J.S. The interference by maternally-derived antibodies with active immunisation of farm animals against foot-and-mouth disease 151 379-389
J35.152.w1 1996 Leonard, F.C., O'Conneell, J.M. & O'Farrell, K.J. Effect of overcrowding on claw health in first-calved Friesian heifers 152 459-472
J35.152.w2 1996 Hosie, B.D., Casrruthers, J. & Sheppard, B.W. Bloodless castration of lambs: results of a questionnaire 152 47-55
J35.152.w3 1996 Delatour, P., Foot, R., Foster, A.P., Baggot, D. & Lees, P. Pharmacodynamics and chiral pharmacokinetics of carprofen in calves 152 183-198
J35.152.w4 1996 Lees, P., Delatour, P., Foster, A.P., Foot, R. & Baggot, D. Evaluation of carprofen in calves using a tissue cage model of inflammation 152 199-211
J35.153.w1 1997 Molony, V., Kent, J.E., Hosie, B.D. & Graham, M.J. Reduction in pain suffered by lambs at castration 154 205-213
J35.153.w2 1997 Graham, M.J., Kent, J.E. & Molony, V. Effects of four analgetic treatments on the behavioural and cortisol responses of 3-week-old lambs to tail docking 153 87-97
J35.153.w3 1997 Hutchings, M.R. & Harris, S. Effects of farm management practices on cattle grazing behaviour and the potential for transmission of bovine tuberculosis from badgers to cattle 153 149-162
J35.154.w1 1997 Kossaibati, M.A. & Esslemont, R.J. The costs of production diseases in dairy herds in England 154 41-51
J35.154.w2 1997 Whay, H.R., Waterman, A.E. & Webster, A.J.F. Associations between locomotion, claw lesions and nociceptive threshold in dairy heifers during the peri-partum period 154 155-161
J35.154.w3 1997 Scott, P.R. & Gessert, M.E. Evaluation of extradural xylazine injection for caesarean operation in ovine dystocia cases 154 63-67
J35.155.w1 1998 Kent, J.E., Molony, V. & Graham, M.J. Comparison of methods for the reduction of acute pain produced by rubber ring castration or tail docking of week-old lambs 155 39-51
J35.156.w1 1998 Whay, H.R., Waterman, A.E., Webster, A.J.F. & O'Brien, J.K. The influence of lesion type on the duration of hyperalgesia associated with hindlimb lameness in dairy cattle 156 23-29
J35.156.w2 1998 Pastoret, P.P. & Brochier, B. Epidemiology and elimination of rabies in Western Europe 156 83-90
J35.158.w1 1999 Barnett, P.V. & Coc, S.J. The role of small ruminants in the epidemiology and transmission of foot-and-mouth disease 158 6-13
J35.158.w2 1999 Grondahl-Nielsen, C., Simonsen, H.B., Damkjer Lund, J. & Hesselholt, M. Behavioural, endocrine and cardiac responses in young calves undergoing dehorning without and with use of sedation and analgesia 158 14-20
J35.159.w1 2000 Taylor, D. M. Inactivation of transmissible degenerative encephalopathy agents: a review 159 10-17
J35.159.w2 2000 Chaplin, S.J., Ternent, H.E., Offer, J.E., Logue, D.N. & Knight, C.H. A comparison of hoof lesions and behaviour in pregnant and early lactation heifers at housing 159 147-153
J35.159.w3 2000 Al-Haddawi, M.H., Jasni, S., Zamri-Saad, M., Mutalib, A.R., Zulkifli, I., Son, R. & Sheikh-Omar, A.R. In vitro study of Pasteurella multocida adhesion to trachea, lung and aorta of rabbits 159 274-281
J35.160.w1 2000  Kent, J. E., Jackson,  R. E., Molony, V. & Hosie, B. D.  Effects of acute pain reduction methods on the chronic inflammatory lesions and behaviour of lambs castrated and tail docked with rubber rings at less than two days of age 160 33-41
J35.160.w2 2000 Griffin, J.F.T. & Mackintosh, C.G. Tuberculosis in deer: perceptions, problems and progress 160 202-219
J35.161.w1 2001 Deslys, J-P., Lasmezas, C.J., Comoy, E. & Domont, D. Diagnosis of bovine spongiform encephalopathy 161 1-4
J35.161.w2 2001 Webster, A.J.F. Farm animal welfare: the five freedoms and the free market 161 229-237
J35.162.w1 2001 Kent, J.E., Molony, V. & Graham, M.J. The effects of different bloodless castrators and different tail docking methods on the responses of lambs to the combined Burdizzo rubber ring method of castration 162 250-254
J35.163.w1 2001 Pollock, J.M. & Neill, S.D. Mycobacterium bovis infection and tuberculosis in cattle 163 115-127
J35.164.w1 2002 Graham, M.J., Kent, J.E. & Molony, V. The influence of site of application on the behavioural responses of lambs to tail docking by rubber ring 164 240-243
J35.164.w2 2002 Mellor, P.S. & Wittmann, E.J. Bluetongue virus in the Mediterranean Basin 1998-2001 164 20-37
J35.164.w3 2002 Delahay, R.J., De Leeuw, A.N., Barlow, A.M., Clifton-Hadley, R.S.. & Cheeseman, C.L. The status of Mycobacterium bovis in UK wild mammals: a review 164 90-105
J35.165.w1 2002 Raekallio, M., Heininen, K.M., Kuussaari, J. & Vainio, O. Pain alleviation in animals: attitudes and practices of Finnish veterinarians 165 131-135
J35.165.w2 2002 Moennig, V., Floegel-Niesmann, G. & Greiser-Wilke, I. Clinical signs and epidemiology of classical swine fever: a review of new knowledge 165 11-20
J35.166.w1 2003 Delahay, R.J., Wilson, G.J., Smith, G.C. & Cheeseman, C.L. Vaccinating badgers (Meles meles) against (Mycobacterium bovis: the ecological considerations 166 43-51
J35.167.w1 2004 Offer, J.E., Logue, D.N., Offer, N.W. & Marsden, M. The effect of concentrate composition on lameness and hoof health in dairy cows. 167 111-113
J35.167.w2 2004 Clavijo, A., Wright, P. & Kitching, P. Developments in diagnostic techniques for differentiating infection from vaccination in foot-and-mouth-disease 167 9-22
J35.168.w1 2004 Wernery, U. & Kaaden, O.-R. Foot-and-mouth disease in camelids: a review 168 134-142
J35.170.w1 2004 Vansnick, E., Vercammen, F., Bauwens, L., D'Haese, E., Nelis, H. & Geysen, D. A survey for Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis in the Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp 170 249-256
J35.172.w1 2006 Marlier, D., Dewrée, R., Lassence, C., Licois, D., Mainil, J., Coudert, P., Meulemans, L., Ducatelle, R. & Vindevogel, H. Infectious agents associated with epizootic rabbit enteropathy: isolation and attempts to reproduce the syndrome 172 493-500
J35.173.w1 2007 Wang, Z.Q., Cui, J. & Shen, L.J. The epidemiology of animal trichinellosis in China 173 391-398
J35.173.w2 2007 Delahay, R.J., Smith, G.C., Barlow, A.M., Walker, N., Harris, A., Clifton-Hadley, R.S. & Cheeseman, C.L. Bovine tuberculosis infection in wild mammals in the South-West region of England: a survey of prevalence and a semi-quantitative assessment of the relative risks to cattle 173 287-301
J35.174.w1 2007 Bohm, M., White, P.C.L., Chambers, J., Smith, L. & Hutchings, M.R. Wild deer as a source of infection for livestock and humans in the UK 174 260-276
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2006 Cross, M.L., Buddle, B.M. & Aldwell, F.E.
The potential of oral vaccines for disease control in wildlife species 174 472-480
J35.176.w1 2008 Liebana, E., Johnson, L., Gough, J., Durr, P., Jahans, K., Clifton-Hadley, R., Spencer, Y., Hewinson, R.G. & Downs, S.H. Pathology of naturally occurring bovine tuberculosis in England and Wales 176 354-360
J35.X.w1 / J35.177.w1 2008 Sellers, R. & Gloster, J. Foot-and-mouth disease: a review of intranasal infection of cattle, sheep and pigs 177 159-168
J35.182.w1 2009 Millán, J., Candela, M.G., Palomares, F., Cubero, M.J., Rodríguez, A., Barral, M., de la Fuente, J., Almería, S. & León-Vizcaíno, L. Disease threats to the endangered Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) 182 114-124
J35.184.w1 2010 Carvalho Neta, A.V., Mol, J.P., Xavier, M.N., Paixão, T.A., Lage, A.P. & Santos, RL. Pathogenesis of bovine brucellosis 184 146-155
J35.186.w1 2010 Kaba, M., Davoust, B., Marié, J.L. & Colson, P. Detection of hepatitis E virus in wild boar (Sus scrofa) livers 186 259-261
J35.190.w1 2011 Balseiro, A., Rodríguez, O., González-Quirós, P., Merediz, I., Sevilla, I.A., Davé, D., Dalley, D.J., Lesellier, S., Chambers, M.A., Bezos, J., Muñoz, M., Delahay, R.J., Gortázar, C. & Prieto, J.M. Infection of Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) with Mycobacterium bovis and Mycobacterium avium complex in Spain 190 e21-e25
J35.190.w2 2011 Griffioen, K., van Gemst, D.B., Pieterse, M.C., Jacobs, F. & Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan, M.M. Culicoides species associated with sheep in the Netherlands and the effect of a permethrin insecticide
 
190 230-235
J35.192.w1 2012 Carta, T., Martin-Hernando, M.P., Boadella, M., Fernández-de-Mera, I.G., Balseiro, A., Sevilla, I.A., Vicente, J., Maio, E., Vieira-Pinto, M., Alvarez, J., Pérez-de-la-Lastra, J.M., Garrido, J. & Gortazar, C. No evidence that wild red deer (Cervus elaphus) on the Iberian Peninsula are a reservoir of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection 192 544-546
J35.192.w2 2012 Twomey, D.F., Collins, R., Cranwell, M.P., Crawshaw, T.R., Higgins, R.J., Dean, G.S., Vordermeier, H.M., Hollingdale, A. & de la Rua-Domenech, R. Controlling tuberculosis in a llama (Lama glama) herd using clinical signs, tuberculin skin testing and serology 192 246-248
J35.X2013.w1 2013 Balseiro,. A., González-Quirós, P., Rodríguez, O., Francisca Copano, M., Merediz, I., de Juan, L., Chambers, M.A., Delahay, R.J., Marreros, N., Royo, L.J., Bezos, J., Prieto, J.M. & Gortázar, C. Spatial relationships between Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) and cattle infected with Mycobacterium bovis in Northern Spain 2013 [Ahead of Print]
J35.X2013.w2 2013 Shaughnessy, L.J., Smith, L.A., Evans, J., Anderson, D., Caldow, G., Marion, G., Low, J.C. & Hutchings, M.R. High prevalence of paratuberculosis in rabbits is associated with difficulties in controlling the disease in cattle 2013 [Ahead of print]

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