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Korean Journal of Veterinary Service
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Journal DOI :
The Korean Society of Veterinary Service
Editor in Chief :
Min-Hee Cho / Hee-Joung Song
Volume & Issues
Volume 21, Issue 4 - Dec 1998
Volume 21, Issue 3 - Oct 1998
Volume 21, Issue 2 - May 1998
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Apr 1998
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Studies on enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay(ELISA) for detection of antibody to Brucella abortus
Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, volume 21, issue 2, 1998, Pages 107~115
In order to establish a rapid, sensitive and specific diagnostic method for detection of antibody to Brucella abortus, a enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay(ELISA) was adapted. The diagnostic efficacy of the established ELISA was compared with that of the standard tube agglutination test for B abortus. 1. It was found that the optimal concentration of antigen for this ELISA was 5
/ml, the optimal dilution of conjugate was 1 : 2000, and the optimal dilution of serum was 1 : 200, respectively. 2. Cut off value in this ELISA was 1,102 that was determined by mean absorbance(at 492nm) of tube agglutination test negative serum added with the triple value of the standared devation. 3. The relationship between the tube agglutination test and ELISA was showen high corresponding rate with sensitivity(96.3%) and specificity(98.1%). 4. The efficacy of the ELISA for detection of B abortus antibody was compared with tube agglutination test In brucellosis outbreak farm. The sensivity of ELSIA was higher than tube agglutination test.
Effect of autogenous Escherichia coli vaccine in pig
Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, volume 21, issue 2, 1998, Pages 117~126
This study was performed to investigate the immunogenicity of autogenous E coli vaccines and their preventive effects on diarrhea in suckling piglets. Autogenous E coli live and killed vaccines were made from the E coli strains isolated from piglets showing diarrhea in field. In group I, pregnant sows were administered with live and killed vaccines at 4 and 2 weeks before parturition, respectively, Killed vaccines were administered twice to pregnant sows at 4 and 2 weeks before parturition in group II, and saline instead of autogenous E coli vaccines was administered to pregnant sows in group III for the control. After parturition, antibody titers in colostrum and milk from sows, incidence of diarrhea in suckling piglets, and immunoreactivity in the ileum of piglets from each treatment group were examined. The results were as follows ; 1. Sixty-two strains of E coli were isolated from suckling piglets with diarrhea. Of the strains, K88 pilus and K99 pilus antigens were identified in 6(9.8%) and 4(6.5%), respectively. Molecular weights of K88 and K99 pilus were 27,500 and 18,500 daltons, respectively. 2. Antibody titers in colostrum from sows after parturition were 1 : 512 to 1 : 1,024 in group I, 1.256 to 1.512 in group II, and 1 : 4 to 1 : 16 in group III. 3. The incidences of diarrhea In suckling piglets of group I, II and III were 3.3%, 9.4% and 21.4%, respectively. 4. When the immunoreactivity in the ileum of piglets from each group was examined, the proportion of IgG-immunoreactivity cells in group I or II was higher than that in group III. In conclusion, administration of autogenous E coli vaccines to pregnant sows before parturition can be an effective way to prevent diarrhea in suckling piglets.
Experimental treatment of Rotavirus infection in calves using monoclonal antibody
Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, volume 21, issue 2, 1998, Pages 127~132
To study the efficacy monoclonal antibody(MAb) against bovine rotavirus(BCV) in treatment of calf diarrhea, the MAb was fed to 166 calves with diarrhea from Chung-buk area. The results were summarized as follows. 1. Among the 1,049 calves investigated, 166(16%) calves were infected with BCV. 2. The monthly rate of BCV infection were higher in October to December compared with other months of the year. 3. Among the 166 calves with diarrhea, 137(83%) calves were recovered. 4. Young calves within 7-day-old were more effective in treatment than other ages and the rate of treatment was 86% 5. Most effective period for treatment of rotavirus was at the first stage of infection.
Changes of maternal antibodies in chicks vaccinated to breeder against infectious bronchitis, infectious Bursal disease, and Newcastle disease virus
Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, volume 21, issue 2, 1998, Pages 133~139
Serum samples collected from 30 breeders and their progeny 30 chicks. The antibodies against infectious bronchitis(IB), infectious bursal disease (IBD) and Newcastle disease(ND) viruses were detected by ELISA using commercial ELISA kit. The breeders were vaccinated against IB, IBD and ND viruses according to general vaccination program. Geometric mean titers(GMT) of ELISA were monitored from 1-day old to 17-day old chicks and compared with breeder chickens. The GMT of ELISA to IB, IBD and ND were declined half level of the breeder antibody titer at 6-, 8- and 7-day old. And, the GMT of ELISA to IB, IBD and ND were declined than that of protective titer at 6-, 1-, and 4-day old. Thereafter, the GMT of ELISA was declined and disappeared according to ages of chicks. Taken together, this study led to conclusion that time-course of maternal antibody titers of chicks from vaccinated breeders, and this is very important data for vaccination to chicks.
Studies on the Clostridium perfringens isolated from piglets with diarrhea in Western area of Chonnam province
Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, volume 21, issue 2, 1998, Pages 141~148
Eighteen strains of Clostpidium perfringens were isolated from the piglets with hemorrhagic enteritis. The characteristics of the outbreaks, clinical signs and lesions were examined. The biochemical properties, type of toxins and susceptibility to antimicrobial agents against the isolates were investigated. 1. The incidence of diarrhea was appeared in 97(22.4%) of 432 piglets examined. 2. The isolation rate of Cl perfingens from the 97 diarrheal faeces were 18.5%(18 strains) 3. The population of Cl perfingens in feces were ranged
cfu/g in 5(32.5%) and
cfu/g in 13(67.4%) of 18 samples. 4. The toxin type of the 18 isolates investigated by mouse inoculation test was all type C strains of Cl perfringens. 5. As a results of antimicrobial susceptibility test, 18 isolates were higly susceptible to cephalothin, tetracycline and penicillin.
Antibiotic susceptibility and toxin production of Escherichia coli isolated from diseased domestic animals
Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, volume 21, issue 2, 1998, Pages 149~156
The present study was carried out to investigate the biochemical characteristics, antibiotic susceptibility and toxin(ST, LT, VT1.2 type) production test of 60 Escherichia coli isolated from diseased domestic animals in southern area of Kyungbuk province from April to December 1997. 1. The biochemical and cultural reaction were consistent with the classification criteria of Edwards and Ewing. 2. In antibiotic susceptibility test, 60 E coli showed highly susceptible to CL(96.7%), XNL(86.7%), AN(81.7%), SXT(61.7%), Lin(55%), GM(53.3%), KM(41.7%), N(41.7%), ENR(40%), AM(40%), CF(30%), 5(13.3%) and Te(11.7%), in order. 3. Sixty E coli isolates were multiful resistant to seven or more antibiotics incombination. 4. Three strains for 60 E coli were detected heat-labile enterotoxin(LT) and that's titers were 2, 8 and 16, respectively.
Bacteriological study on carcasses and environmental specimens from different stage of slaughter process
Korean Journal of Veterinary Service, volume 21, issue 2, 1998, Pages 157~161
To get the information of sanitary develoment of beef and pork, we get the result of environmental specimens(slaughter house floors, sewage, etc) in laboratory. 1. After examination of bacterial infection on after-bleeding, after-dismemberment and final products at each stage of cattle slaughter process, we got log 3.80~7.48cfu/
of aerobic plate counts and log 2.60~5.23cfu/
of coliform counts or so from the carcasses after bleeding, but these count levels went down little bit after dismemberment but as we continued study to the final products, the count levels kept sililar in mumbers. 2. At the slaughter process of pigs, the aerobic plate counts and the coliform counts reached such high levels of log 5.59~8.80cfu/
and log 3.31~5.67cfu/
, respectively, after bleeding, in general, these count diminished in a big way after scalding, but they increased just little bit from dismemberment to final products. And there were few differences in the contamination levels on the final products no matter what seasonal contaminations after bleeding. 3. Test revealed very low levels of cell counts both on the aerobic plate counts of washing water and in the coliform counts, the former was log 1.00~2.69cfu/
and the later was log 3.30~5.67cfu/
, but the contamination levels on the beds of transfering vehicles for carcasses were very high as followes : the aerobic counts was log 4.23~7.20cfu/
and coliform counts was log 2.86~5.20cfu/
. 4. Study showed the aeroboc plate counts and the coliform counts get to the highest levels in summer, the second highest one is in fall, the third in spring, lowest in winter. Resulting from the test results proven above we reached this kind of conclusion the bacterial contaminations on eatable carcasses were upto hygienic treatment of carcasses and cleaniness of transfering vehicles at the final stop of slaughter processes rather than upto at any stage of slaughter processes. Therefore we have got to establish alternatives immediately to develo sanitary quality of meat and pork.