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Abstract

Streptococcus spp. and other gram-positive, catalase-negative cocci are frequently isolated from msSk of cows with intramammary infections. It is still a challenge to detect all microorganisms within this group at the species level in a fast and reliable way in routine diagnostics. Conventional...

Author(s)
Schabauer, L.; Titz, B.; Ehling-Schulz, M.
Publisher
Fairdrucker GmbH, Purkersdorf, Austria
Citation
Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 2014, 101, 11/12, pp 242-250
Abstract

Clinical and bacteriological studies are reported on seven cows with acute and 13 with chronic mycotic mastitis. Yeast cells were found in both fore-milk and strippings in the acute cases. For chronic cases, culture was necessary; culture of samples taken at the end of milking giving better results ...

Author(s)
Weigt, U.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1967, 74, pp 633-635
Abstract

The advantages and disadvantages of the chloride test, catalase test, leukocyte test, determination of cell number and cell picture, Whiteside test, and California test were reviewed. Milk negative to the California test became positive when any one of the following was added: w.b.c., washed ox...

Author(s)
Obiger, G.
Citation
Kieler Milchwirtschaftliche Forschungsberichte, 1961, 13, pp 293-304
Abstract

A study of 422 strains of mastitis streptococci confirmed that the typical CAMP reaction[V.B. 16, 1015] is in general specific for Group B streptococci, although one or two Group E and P strains produced a similar cup-or wedge-shaped area of haemolysis, whilst a number of strains in Groups A, C, F...

Author(s)
Seelemann, M.; Obiger, G.
Citation
Milchwissenschaft, 1956, 11, pp 98-103; 134-140
Abstract

In the course of the TB. control scheme, R. examined samples of bronchial secretion, serum, and milk from 508 cows which were suspected on clinical grounds of having " open " TB. Examination of bronchial secretion revealed 219 cases of pulmonary TB. and, in 20 of these animals, there were tubercle...

Author(s)
Ritter, H.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, 1940, 145, pp 157-163
Abstract

Extracts of 19 cultures of freshly recovered Streptococcus agalactiae were prepared by one of three methods: - (1) shaking, (2) saline extraction and (3) antiformin. When these extracts were tested for precipitation with two normal sera from cattle, three from horses and seven from known infected...

Author(s)
Hossenfelder, F.
Publisher
Munich,
Citation
Thesis, 1937, pp 26 pp.
Abstract

A subcommittee of the Swiss Milk Commission invited two veterinarians (STECK and KÄSTLI) to draw up a standard procedure for the laboratory diagnosis of bovine mastitis. The draft recommendation is given here: it is orthodox.-J. E.

Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1942, 84, pp 248-252
Abstract

Eradication of tuberculosis and of bovine contagious abortion is possible, since reliable diagnostic methods for each disease are available. Control must first be exercised in the breeding herds. Eradication in the dairy herds would be a more gradual process. All herds should be classified as being ...

Author(s)
Behn, P.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1935, 41,
Abstract

W. found that the vitamin C [ascorbic acid] content of the milk of healthy cows varied from 15-25 mg. per kg., and was highest in colostrum. Large intravenous doses of ascorbic acid had no influence on the vitamin C [ascorbic acid] content of the milk, although that in the urine was greatly...

Author(s)
Von Wendt, G.
Citation
Skandinavisches Archiv fur Physiologie, 1938, 80, pp 398-402
Abstract

The authors describe the bacteriological methods used in routine work at the Bacteriological Institute of the Chamber of Agriculture for the Province of Eastern Prussia. While the methods are similar to those in general use, they consider that some improvements in the methods of cultivation shorten ...

Author(s)
Krage, P.; Gipmann, W.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1931, 63, pp 65-77

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