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From 170 milk samples derived from cows with suspected mastitis, Staphylococcus aureus (71 strains), S. epidermididis (82 strains) and Micrococcus (17 strains) were isolated. All the S. aureus were coagulase-positive and the other two coagulase-negative. Whereas all the Micrococcus failed to...

Kohler-Samouilidis, G.
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1977, 84, 4, pp 130-132

In a bacteriological survey on bovine mastitis in Hokkaido, Japan, 515 of the 678 strains of micrococci isolated from milk samples were identified as staphylococci. Pigment production showed that 65% were Stafih. aureus and 75% of these fermented mannitol, 31% were Staph. albus of which 47.2% were...

Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research, 1958, 6, pp 19-34