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A cross-sectional study was conducted from December 2016 to May 2017 in and around Sebeta town with the aim of assessing the prevalence of mastitis, isolation of aerobic bacterial and fungal causal agents and assessing antimicrobial resistance pattern of isolated Staphylococcus species in dairy...

Author(s)
Tesfaye Bekele; Matios Lakew; Getachew Terefe; Tafesse Koran; Abebe Olani; Letebrihan Yimesgen; Mekdes Tamiru; Tilaye Demissie
Publisher
Academic Journals, Lagos, Nigeria
Citation
African Journal of Microbiology Research, 2019, 13, 1, pp 23-32
Abstract

Bovine mastitis is the most frequent disease worldwide in dairy herds, causing high economic losses to producers and industry, as well as having implications for public health due to the zoonotic potential of some agents involved in its etiology and the increased risk of antimicrobial residues in...

Author(s)
Mesquita, A. A.; Rocha, C. M. B. M.; Bruhn, F. R. P.; Custódio, D. A. C.; Braz, M. S.; Pinto, S. M.; Silva, D. B.; Costa, G. M.
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Patologia Animal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, 2019, 39, 5, pp 308-316
Abstract

Mastitis is the main affection of cattle intended for dairy production, which significantly impacts the milk production chain, with consequences yet to public health. It was studied aspects related to etiology, cellularity and bacterial count in 10 dairy farms, in the State of São Paulo. There were ...

Author(s)
Langoni, H.; Guimarães, F. F.; Costa, E. O. da; Joaquim, S. F.; Menozzi, B. D.
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Patologia Animal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, 2015, 35, 6, pp 518-524
Abstract

Cross-sectional study was conducted on a total of 302 lactating (local and crossbred) dairy cows to determine the overall prevalence of mastitis and to isolate and identify the predominant bacterial agents involved in Bahir Dar town and its environs using Californian Mastitis Test (CMT) as...

Author(s)
Molalegne Bitew; Arega Tafere; Tadele Tolosa
Publisher
Medwell Online, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 2010, 9, 23, pp 2912-2917
Abstract

In 51 cows with mastitis the common causal agents were streptococci (60%), staphylococci (25.7%), mixed streptococci and staphylococci (5.7%), Corynebact. pyogenes (5.7%) and Escherìchía coli (2.8%). In larger herds incidence of Sir. agalactiae carriers varied from 24.1-54.05%, on small farms with...

Author(s)
Cernea, I.; Draghici, C.; Butura, I.; Bangau, S.; Sirbu, Z.; Suteu, E.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1963, 18, pp 883-887
Abstract

The California Mastitis Test (CMT), Duba test, NK-test (a Chechoslovakian modification of the California test) and bromthymol papers were used on 304 quarters of 76 milking cows. The Whiteside test, CMT, NK-test and bromthymol papers were tested on 1, 044 quarters of 261 milking cows. The cows had...

Author(s)
Gamsik, P.; Nemes, D.
Publisher
Praha,
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1966, 11, pp 353-360
Abstract

A bacteriological survey performed in 261 cows from 5 herds revealed the presence of Streptococcus agalactiae in 15.2%, Staphylococcus aureus in 13.3%, Escherichia coli in 3%, Pseudomonas aeruginosa in 2.8%, Str. dysgalactiae in 2.5% and Str. uberis in 0.8% of animals. Unidentified non-specific...

Author(s)
Nemeš, D.; GamcíK, P.
Citation
Folia Veterinaria, 1966, 10, 2, pp 215-223 pp.
Abstract

Out of 50 cases of acute mastitis 14 were caused by Streptococcus agalactiae, 12 by Bacterium coli, 4 by Corynebacterium pyogenes[Arcanobacterium pyogenes], 2 by Bact. aerogenes, 1 by Staphylococcus albus and 1 by Proteus vulgaris. In 16 no causal agent could be demonstrated.-M.G.G.

Author(s)
HEIDRICH, H. J.; KELCH, F.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1956, 69, pp 357-359
Abstract

An extensive literature review (150 refs.) of the udder changes and specific causes. Details of 520 quarters studied from a brucella-free herd and collected over 20 years show that of 505 examined histologically: -158 were normal; 160 were infected with staphylococci; 43 with Str. dysgalactiae and ...

Author(s)
HELMBOLDT, C. F.; JUNGHERR, E. L.; PLASTRIDGE, W. N.
Publisher
Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA
Citation
Bulletin of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953, 305, pp 90 pp.
Abstract

Following examination of samples of milk in the MASTITIS Testing Laboratory, group segregation is recommended. Group 1, Negative, Group 2, Positive, for mastitis not caused by Sir. agalactiae, i.e., Staphylococci, Str. uberis, Str. dysgalactiae or coliform organisms; Group 3, Positive for Str....

Citation
Bull. Mass. agric. Exp. Stn., 1948, 449, pp 80 ; 70-76 pp.

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