Satish Bhadravati Shivachandra , Senior Scientist, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Mukteshwar, Clinical Bacteriology Laboratory, Division of Virology Biological Science: Dr.
What does IVRI stand for?
IVRI stands for Indian Veterinary Research Institute
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Of particular interest are a condolence letter, written by Emile Roux from Institute Pasteur to the widow of Joseph Hamoir, with whom Emile Roux worked on rinderpest, and a group photo, including Robert Koch, of his visit to the Imperial Veterinary Laboratory (currently Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Mukteshwar, India) in 1897 where he conducted experiments to immunize cattle with the bile taken from an animal that had succumbed in a virulent outbreak of rinderpest.
Mishra could not be contacted for his comments on the fourth case, but other officials confirmed that viscera of the dead tigers had been sent to the Indian Veterinary Research Institute ( IVRI) in Bareilly.