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CASES OF E. COLI INFECTION SUBMITTED TO VRI IN 2009

A total of 140 cases were positive for E.coli isolation from various animal species. The highest samples isolated were organs (81%) while goat was the most common animal with E.coli infection (61%). Untypable E.coli was the common serotype isolated (91%) and highly suggestive to play a role in th

ANTIMICROBIAL DRUG RESISTANCE OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM ISOLATES FROM MEAT SAMPLES SUBMITTED TO VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE IN 2009

This study reports the antimicrobial drug resistance pattern of Salmonella Typhimurium from various meat samples submitted for diagnosis to the Veterinary Research Institute. A total of 32 Salmonella Typhimurium isolated from various meat samples from January to December 2009 were tested

THE PREVALENCE OF AVIAN PATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI (APEC) IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

Avian colibacillosis is considered a major bacterial disease in the poultry industry world-wide and is also one of the most common avian diseases  that is communicable to humans.  A prevalence study on APEC was carried  out in Peninsular Malaysia by Veterinary Research Institute&nb

IDENTIFICATION OF SALMONELLA SEROTYPES ISOLATED FROM MEAT SAMPLES IN MALAYSIA

This  study  reports  the identification  of Salmonella  serotypes  in meat samples submitted to the Veterinary Research  Institute  (VRI)  for  diagnosis. A  total  of  425 Salmonella  isolates  were received from the Vet

THE USE OF GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR COMPREHENSIVE LAND MAPPING OF LIVESTOCK FARM USAGE: THE KAPRIMA FARM, TERENGGANU DARUL IMAN

The Department of Veterinary Services, Terengganu is currently in the process of redeveloping the Kaprima Farm. A total of eight Kaprima Farms are in the offering process to successful entrepreneurs. However, there are limitations in determining the specific area to mark the offering area, to ind

CURRENT STATUS OF FASCIOLIASIS IN RUMINANTS: CASES DIAGNOSED FROM 2004 TO 2013 IN VRI, IPOH

Fascioliasis is a parasitic disease that infectsmostly cattle and sheep. This infection has a severe impact on the productivity of ruminants as it causes loss of weight and reduces immunity to concurrent diseases. Faecal samples are regularly sent to VRI for the diagnosis of fascioliasis caused b

REVIEW ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF TRYPANOSOMA EVANSI INFECTION IN MALAYSIA

Trypanosoma evansi is a protozoan parasite which infects livestock in Malaysia. The study produces an initial report of trypanosome in Peninsular Malaysia; with the focus on the Perak state due to the high number of T.evansi cases were reported. The study was conducted by integrating geographical

SPATIAL MAPPING OF NEWCASTLE DISEASE INCIDENCE: A CASE STUDY IN MALAYSIA FOR 2010 – 2012

This study examines the use of Geographical Information System (GIS) and describes the distribution of location of the positive Newcastle Disease (ND) for 3 years duration in Malaysia from 2010 to 2012 as reported in the Veterinary Research Institute, Ipoh, Perak. ND cases peaked in 2011 with 97

GEOMAPPING OF BRUCELLOSIS CASES IN MALAYSIA FOR 2002-2011

This study examines the use of Geographical Information System (GIS) and describes the distribution of location-confirmed Brucellosis for 10 years from 2002 to 2011 season in Malaysia as reported in Veterinary Research Institute, Ipoh, Perak. The brucellosis postitive cases peaked in 2007 which h

SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND SOURCE PROFI LING OF BETA-AGONISTS AND SULFONAMIDES IN LANGAT RIVER BASIN, MALAYSIA

Beta-agonists and sulfonamides are widely used for treating both humans and livestock for bronchial and cardiacproblems, infectious disease and even as growth promoters. There are concerns about their potential environmentalimpacts, such as producing drug resistance in bacteria. This study focuse

COMMON LIVESTOCK DISEASES DIAGNOSED IN VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE (VRI) FROM 2006-2010

Animal diseases are diagnosed routinely in the Veterinary Research Institute.  The information obtained each year as a result of almost 400,000 samples tested for various diseases from zoonotic to exotic diseases highlights the importance of rapid and efficient diagnostic services for the co

ISOLATION OF MYCOPLASMA SPECIES FROM VARIOUS ANIMAL HOSTS IN MALAYSIA

This paper reports on the isolation of Mycoplasma sp from various animal host in Malaysia from 2006 to 2009. Samples received for Mycoplasma isolation were submitted to Avian Bacteriology, Veterinary Research Institute, Ipoh. The samples were cultured onto Pleuropneumonia Like Organism (PPLO) aga

ESTABLISHMENT OF REVERSE GENETIC SYSTEM TO GENERATE A BIVALENT AVIAN INFLUENZA AND NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS VACCINE

•             Newcastle disease is endemic in Malaysia and is caused by virulent Newcastle disease viruses (NDV), and they have significance similar to AIV for the poultry industry. •      

ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF AVIAN REOVIRUS FROM ARBOR ACRES PLUS CHICKENS-A CASE REPORT

An Avian reovirus (ARV) which has similarity with the divergent chicken reovirus strain from Hungary was isolated in Malaysia from Arbor Acres Plus broiler chickens. Femurs and swollen hock joints of Arbor Acres Plus broiler chickens with clinical signs of lameness and bilateral or unilateral swo

ANTIVIRAL EFFECT OF NEEM EXTRACT ON NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS

Antiviral effect of crude aqueous extracts of neem leaves and neem bark (Azadirachta indica) belonging to the family Meliaceae was studied. Maximum non-toxic dose and determination of antiviral activity via in vito and in vivo virus inhibition assay was carried out using embryonated SPF chicken e
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