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Gram-negative bacteria such as Escherichia coli (E. coli) are assumed to be among the main agents that cause severe mastitis disease with clinical signs in dairy cattle. Rapid detection of this disease is so important in order to prevent transmission to other cows and helps to reduce inappropriate...

Author(s)
Sharifi, S.; Pakdel, A.; Ebrahimi, M.; Reecy, J. M.; Farsani, S. F.; Ebrahimie, E.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2018, 13, 2, pp e0191227
Abstract

Bovine mastitis is an important disease in the dairy industry, causing economic losses as a result of withheld milk and treatment costs. Several studies have suggested milk amyloid A (MAA) as a promising biomarker in the diagnosis of mastitis. In the absence of a gold standard for diagnosis of...

Author(s)
Jaeger, S.; Virchow, F.; Torgerson, P. R.; Bischoff, M.; Biner, B.; Hartnack, S.; Rüegg, S. R.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2017, 100, 9, pp 7419-7426
Abstract

Milk losses associated with mastitis can be attributed to either effects of pathogens per se (i.e., direct losses) or effects of the immune response triggered by intramammary infection (indirect losses). The distinction is important in terms of mastitis prevention and treatment. Regardless, the...

Author(s)
Detilleux, J.; Kastelic, J. P.; Barkema, H. W.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2015, 118, 4, pp 449-456
Abstract

The objective of this study is to examine and compare the trends of mastitis pathogens in quarter milk samples (n=240,232) submitted for microbiological examination at the Milk Analysis Laboratory (L.I.G.A.L.) at Galicia, Spain from June 2005 to September 2011. Autoregressive Integrated Moving...

Author(s)
Fernández, G.; Barreal, M. L.; Pombo, M. B.; Ginzo-Villamayor, M. J.; González-Manteiga, W.; Prieto, A.; Lago, N.; González-Palencia, J.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Research Communications, 2013, 37, 4, pp 259-267
Abstract

This work aims to evaluate the potential of immunization with E. coli BL21 expressing the recombinant rMSP1a and rMSP1b proteins of Anaplasma marginale. E. coli BL21 was transformed with recombinant plasmids pET102/msp1α and pET101/msp1β, and rMSP1a and rMSP1b were expressed after induction by...

Author(s)
Tamekuni, K.; Vidotto, M. C.; Felix, S. R.; Igarashi, M.; Garcia, J. L.; Coelho, A. L.; Gasparini, M. R.; Marana, E. R. M.; Silva, S. S. da; Vidotto, O.
Publisher
Instituto De Tecnologia Do Paraná (TECPAR), Curitiba, Brazil
Citation
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 2009, 52, Special, pp 113-120
Abstract

Studies on MASTITIS were limited to testing antibiotics against staphylococcal infections. Neither intensified aureomycin treatment, pro-caine penicillin plus 5-amino acridine, furacin, terramycin nor neomycin was satisfactory.
Methods of control practised against CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS in sheep,...

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Australia.
Publisher
Canberra: L. F. John-ston, Commonwealth Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Fifth annual report of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization for the year ending 30th June, 1953., 1953, pp 191 pp.

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