By Roland D. Schultz (Eds.)
This quantity of Advances in Veterinary medication , derived partially from the 1st Veterinary Vaccines and Diagnostic meetings, offers with vaccines, an extremely energetic quarter of veterinary learn and controversy.
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The Origin of Vaccinia A. Jenner's Vaccine B. Dr. John Loy C. Grease and Horsepox III. A n t h r a x g a t e : A Minor Nineteenth-Century Scandal A. Henri Toussaint B. Louis Pasteur C. William Greenfield IV. Early Canine Distemper Vaccines A. Early Vaccines B. F e r r y ' s Vaccine C. Viral Vaccines V. S u m m a r y :, References I. Introduction Although the general features of the historical development of both human and animal vaccines are well known and have never really been contentious, recent scholarship has produced some interesting new and perhaps controversial information on the origins and discovery of the vaccines against smallpox, anthrax, and distemper.
What are the conditions u n d e r which inoculation may be best performed, and does age exercise an important influence in the fatality? And, lastly, for how long a period is protection from attack conferred? " Greenfield followed up these points in a second paper published in the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of 1881 (Greenfield, 1881b). Here he demonstrated t h a t these cattle were truly immune to anthrax. Of course, by this time the tremendous publicity generated by Pasteur's public experiment had left Dr.
Certainly his later studies focused solely on the heat attenuation process and he went no further with bichromate attenuation. However, Geison, who has examined Pasteur's notebooks, suggests that Pasteur considered the heat attenuation process more reliable than the chemical attenuation process (Geison, 1995). Because Pasteur's laboratory generated a considerable income from the manufacture of anthrax vaccine, he was perhaps reluctant to draw attention to the possibility that other attenuation processes would also be effective.
Veterinary Vaccines and Diagnostics by Roland D. Schultz (Eds.)