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Abstract

When 2 or 5 g spiramycin respectively were injected intramuscularly in lactating cows (6 mastitic and 2 healthy), levels of 4.5 and 23.6 mu g/ml were detected in the milk after 24 h, and 0.2 and 1.5 mu g/ml after 72 h. Type of mastitis and individual quarter of the udder did not significantly...

Author(s)
Satoh, H.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Dairy Science, 1974, 23, 5, pp A147-A152
Abstract

Persistence of erythromycin in quarter milk and its effectiveness for mastitis control were investigated after intramuscular injection of 0.4 or 1 g into 2 healthy cows and 3 each with subclinical and clinical mastitis due to both staphylococci and streptococci. Results were compared with those...

Author(s)
Satoh, H.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Dairy Science, 1974, 23, 6, pp A165-A170
Abstract

In California mastitis tests on 2, 788 cows on 84 farms, 21.8% of the cows gave tests of + + or over. Staphylococi alone were isolated from 43%, steptococci alone from 20% and both organisms from 22%. Of the staphylococci 55% were coagulase-positive, while 74% of the streptococci belonged to...

Author(s)
Shimizu, K.; Goto, H.; Miyake, M.; Ono, H.
Publisher
Sch. Vet. Med., Obihiro Zootechnical Coll., Obihiro, Hokkaido.,
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1965, 18, pp 420-424