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A study was conducted to investigate the relationship between intra-uterine bacterial contamination, endotoxin levels and the development of endometritis in cows that experienced a dystocia or retained their placenta. Fifteen healthy cows, 31 cows with retained placenta (RP) and 13 cows that had ...

Dohmen, M. J. W.; Joop, K.; Sturk, A.; Bols, P. E. J.; Lohuis, J. A. C. M.
Elsevier Science Inc., New York, USA
Theriogenology, 2000, 54, 7, pp 1019-1032