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Incidences of clinical and latent (tested with Dimastin reagent) mastitis on 3 state farms in Moscow region during 1969-1971 were respectively: 2.1 and 8.6% of 2352 cows; 2.3 and 4.5% of 3053 cows; and 4.4 and 4.4% of 3059 cows. In bacteriological examination, no microorganisms were isolated from...

Author(s)
Arkhangel'skii, I. I.; Balkovoi, I. I.; Rubtsov, V. I.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR, 1973, No. 9, pp 74-76
Abstract

200 cows with genital tract diseases were studied during 1969-1972 on 3 Moscow region state farms; 18 of them (9%) had concomitant mastitis. In an examination of 100 of the cows, incidences of microorganisms in 100 samples of milk and of genital tract secretion were respectively: total...

Author(s)
Rubtsov, V. I.
Citation
Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno-issledovatel'skii Institut Veterinarnoi Sanitarii, 1973, 46, pp 51-53
Abstract

In a study between Jan. 1969 and Feb. 1971, 192 cows with (i) clinical mastitis and 608 with (ii) subclinical mastitis from among 7667 cows examined were treated with the antibiotics to which their causative microflora had proved the most susceptible; control cows were treated with penicillin +...

Author(s)
Gasanov, N. G.
Citation
Trudy, Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno-issledovatel'skii Institut Veterinarnoi Sanitarii, 1972, 42, pp 81-85
Abstract

Over the period 1965-1969 in an area of the Uzbek SSR 1702 of 2500 lactating cows 3-6 yr old developed mastitis, resulting in a 10% fall in milk yields and a shortening of productive life. Of 354 secretion samples from mastitic cows, toxinogenic staphylococci were found in 141, Streptococcus...

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Sherkulov, R.; Meliev, M.; Shatokhin, N. G.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR, 1971, No. 9, pp 95-97
Abstract

In bacteriological examination of 2140 milk samples from Ukrainian cows with subclinical mastitis, 13% of samples from healthy quarters and 47% from affected quarters contained haemolytic streptococci and staphylococci. The species identified are listed in a table giving the number of healthy and...

Author(s)
Velitok, I. G.; Sebryakov, E. V.
Citation
Mykrobiolohichniyi Zhurnal, 1970, 32, pp 325-328
Abstract

During the year, 15, 473 samples of material were examined, of which 12, 143 were for BRUCELLOSIS. Of these, 12, 092 were blood samples, 8.35 % being positive and 4.07% suspicious. 1, 636 samples were examined for TUBERCULOSIS. Five (0.87%) out of 575 milk samples were positive for TB. by g. pig...

Author(s)
SIKKUT, M.
Citation
Eesti Loomaarstlik Ringvaade, 1937, 13, pp 89-94
Abstract

Out of 2, 016 milk samples examined for MASTITIS 216 were positive for Streptococcus agalactiae, while in 17 cases infection was found to be due to coliform bacteria, in 3 cases to staphylococci, and in 10 cases to Str. pyogenes.
2, 554 specimens were examined for TUBERCULOSIS, comprising 1, 432...

Author(s)
SIKKUT, M.
Citation
Eesti Loomaarstlik Ringvaade, 1938, 14, pp 148-150

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