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Manual of standards
for diagnostic tests & vaccines
, 3rd Ed., 1996


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Abbreviations Abbreviations
Acariosis of bees Chapter 3.8.1.
African horse sickness Chapter 2.1.11.
African swine fever Chapter 2.1.12.
American foulbrood Chapter 3.8.2.
Anthrax Chapter 3.1.1.
Atrophic rhinitis of pigs Chapter 3.5.1.
Aujeszky's disease Chapter 3.1.2.
Authors Authors
Avian chlamydiosis Chapter 3.6.4.
Avian infectious bronchitis Chapter 3.6.6.
Avian infectious laryngotracheitis Chapter 3.6.7.
Avian mycoplasmosis (mycoplasma gallisepticum) Chapter 3.6.3.
Avian tuberculosis Chapter 3.6.8.

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Biotechnology in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and vaccine development Chapter I.7.
Bluetongue Chapter 2.1.9.
Border disease Chapter X.10.
Bovine anaplasmosis Chapter 3.2.7.
Bovine babesiosis Chapter 3.2.8.
Bovine brucellosis Chapter 3.2.1.
Bovine genital campylobacteriosis Chapter 3.2.2.
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy Chapter 3.2.13.
Bovine tuberculosis Chapter 3.2.3.
  Chapter 3.2.3.b
Bovine viral diarrhoea Chapter X.5.

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Caprine and ovine brucellosis (excluding brucella ovis infection) Chapter 3.3.2.
Caprine arthritis/encephalitis & maedi-visna Chapter 3.3.4/5.
Classical swine fever (hog cholera) Chapter 2.1.13.
Contagious agalactia Chapter 3.3.3.
Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia Chapter 2.1.6.
Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia Chapter 3.3.6.
Contagious equine metritis Chapter 3.4.1.
Cysticercosis Chapter 3.2.9.

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Dermatophilosis Chapter 3.2.10.
Dourine Chapter 3.4.2.
Duck virus enteritis Chapter 3.6.10.
Duck virus hepatitis Chapter 3.6.9.

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Echinococcosis/hydatidosis Chapter 3.1.3.
Enterovirus encephalomyelitis (previously teschen/talfan diseases) Chapter 3.5.4.
Enzootic abortion of ewes (ovine chlamydiosis) Chapter 3.3.7.
Enzootic bovine leukosis Chapter 3.2.4.
Epizootic lymphangitis Chapter 3.4.13.
Equine encephalomyelitis (eastern and western) Chapter 3.4.3.
Equine infectious anaemia Chapter 3.4.4.
Equine influenza Chapter 3.4.5.
Equine piroplasmosis Chapter 3.4.6.
Equine rhinopneumonitis Chapter 3.4.7.
Equine viral arteritis Chapter 3.4.10.
European foulbrood Chapter 3.8.3.

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Foot and mouth disease Chapter 2.1.1.
Foreword Foreword
Fowl cholera (avian pasteurellosis) Chapter 3.6.11.
Fowl pox Chapter X.13.
Fowl typhoid and pullorum disease Chapter 3.6.5.

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Glanders Chapter 3.4.8.
Glossary Glossary
Good laboratory practice, quality control, and quality assurance Chapter I.2.

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Haemorrhagic septicaemia Chapter 3.2.12.
Heartwater Chapter 3.1.7.
Highly pathogenic avian influenza (fowl plague) Chapter 2.1.14.
Human safety in the veterinary microbiology laboratory Chapter I.5.

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Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis / infectious pustular vulvovaginitis Chapter 3.2.5.
Infectious bursal disease (gumboro disease) Chapter 3.6.1.
Introductory note on bee diseases Pre Chapter

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Japanese encephalitis Chapter 3.4.14.

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Leishmaniosis Chapter X.1.
Leptospirosis Chapter 3.1.4.
Lumpy skin disease Chapter 2.1.7.

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Malignant catarrhal fever Chapter X.2.
Mange Chapter 3.4.11.
Marek's disease Chapter 3.6.2.
Myxomatosis Chapter 3.7.1.

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Nairobi sheep disease Chapter X.8.
Newcastle disease Chapter 2.1.15.
Nosemosis of bees Chapter 3.8.4.

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Ovine epididymitis (brucella ovis) Chapter 3.3.1.
Ovine Pulmonary Adenomatosis Chapter X.7.

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Paratuberculosis (johne’s disease) Chapter 3.1.6.
Peste des petits ruminants Chapter 2.1.5.
Porcine brucellosis Chapter 3.5.2.
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome Chapter X.12.
Principles of validation of diagnostic assays for infectious diseases Chapter I.3.
Principles of veterinary vaccine production Chapter I.6.

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Q fever Chapter X.3.

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Rabies Chapter 3.1.5.
Rift valley fever Chapter 2.1.8.
Rinderpest Chapter 2.1.4.

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Salmonellosis Chapter X.4.
Sampling methods Chapter I.1.
Scrapie Chapter X.9.
Screwworm (cochliomyia hominivorax) Chapter 3.1.8.
Sheep pox and goat pox Chapter 2.1.10.
Surra (trypanosoma evansi) Chapter X.11.
Swine vesicular disease Chapter 2.1.3.

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Tests for international trade Tests
Tests for sterility and freedom from contamination of biological materials Chapter I.4.
Theileriosis Chapter 3.2.11.
Transmissible gastroenteritis Chapter 3.5.5.
Trichinellosis Chapter 3.5.3.
Trichomonosis Chapter 3.2.6.
Trypanosomosis (tsetse-borne) Chapter X.6.
Tularaemia Chapter 3.7.2.

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Varroosis Chapter 3.8.5.
Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis Chapter 3.4.12.
Vesicular stomatitis Chapter 2.1.2.
Viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits Chapter 3.7.3.


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