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The first detectable change in milk from cows with mastitis is the increase in serum albumin content of whey proteins. Emigration of neutrophil leucocytes into milk can be demonstrated within 3 h from the beginning of the inflammatory process. Variations in somatic cell numbers in milk,...

Author(s)
Schalm, O. W.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1977, 170, 10, II, pp 1137-1140
Abstract

Much of the work influencing current views on bovine mastitis is reviewed in this book, the abundant references at the end of each chapter providing further sources of information. The well recognized types of mastitis, the development and structure of the mammary glands, and the action and correct ...

Author(s)
Schalm, O. W.; Carroll, E. J.; Jain, N. C.
Publisher
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger London: Baillière, Tindall & Cassell,
Citation
Bovine mastitis. A symposium., 1971, pp ix + 360 pp.
Abstract

Staphylococci suspended in milk from mammary glands pre-treated with endotoxin were chemotactic for neutrophils from the same quarters. The milk or the organism individually had little effect.

Author(s)
O'Gairbhidhe, C. P.; Jain, N. C.; Carroll. E. J.; Schalm, O. W.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 1970, 53, pp 602-604
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Author(s)
Jain, N. C.; Lasmanis, J.; Schalm, O. W.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1967, 28, pp 1243-1250
Abstract

Prolonged but reversible leucopenia was induced in a cow sensitized to egg albumen and exposed to intravenous drip of 1 or 2% egg albumen solution for several hours. Signs of an anaphylactic reaction developed within minutes, but they decreased in intensity within a few hours and the cow became...

Author(s)
Schalm, O. W.; Lasmanis, J.; Jain, N. C.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1967, 28, pp 1251-1256
Abstract

I. The authors concluded that the criteria for pathogenicity of Staphylococcus Pyogenes encountered in the udder are: (a) the production of β-toxin on agar containing blood capable of demonstrating it, and/or (b) the coagulation of rabbit plasma.
The source of Staph. Pyogenes in infection of the...

Author(s)
SCHALM, O. W.; WOODS, G. M.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1953, 14, pp 530-533
Abstract

II. The authors concluded that the criteria for pathogenicity of Staphylococcus Pyogenes encountered in the udder are: (a) the production of β-toxin on agar containing blood capable of demonstrating it, and/or (b) the coagulation of rabbit plasma.
The source of Staph. Pyogenes in infection of the...

Author(s)
SCHALM, O. W.; WOODS, G. M.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1953, 14, pp 534 - 538
Abstract

The authors discuss briefly the organisms known to produce lesions of the actinomycosis type, in which radiating club-shaped bodies can be demonstrated, these being Actinomyces bovis and possibly other species of Actinomyces (bone lesions in cattle), Actinobacillus lignieresi (soft tissue lesions...

Author(s)
TRAUM, J.; SCHALM, O. W.
Citation
Proceedings 6th Pacific Sci. Congr., 1939, 1942, 5, pp 873-876
Abstract

Twelve quarters infected with Staphylococcus pyogenes were treated with 400 mg. of aureomycin administered in two doses of 200 mg. each, either twelve or twenty-four hours apart. Two quarters (16.6%) became negative following treatment. Ten quarters, similarly infected, were treated with 800 mg. of ...

Author(s)
SCHALM, O. W.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1950, 117, pp 396-398
Abstract

Control of staphylococcal infection was undertaken in a large dairy herd over a period of four years, consisting partly in hygienic methods of milking combined with segregation of infected from non-infected animals, and partly in treatment of the infected udders. The authors have described the use...

Author(s)
SCHALM, O. W.; ORMSBEE, R. W.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1949, 115, pp 464-473

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