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Abstract

It was shown that the persistence of antibiotic in the dry udder is affected by the solubility of the antibiotic salt, the quantity of antibiotic infused and the base in which it is formulated. Whereas 0.2 g cloxacillin as the sodium salt infused in a 3% aluminium monostearate in mineral oil base...

Author(s)
Smith, A.; Neave, F. K.; Dodd, F. H.; Jones, A.; Gore, D. N.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1967, 34, pp 47-57
Abstract

It was shown that the persistence of antibiotic in the dry udder is affected by the solubility of the antibiotic salt, the quantity of antibiotic infused and the base in which it is formulated. Whereas 0.2 g cloxacillin as the sodium salt infused in a 3% aluminium monostearate in mineral oil base...

Author(s)
Smith, A.; Neave, F. K.; Jones, A.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1967, 34, pp 59-64
Abstract

The growth of various strains of Staph. aureus was inhibited by the following range of concentrations of antibiotic (in µg/ml): cloxacillin 0.07 to 0.6; penicillin G 0.018 to more than 250; strepto mycin l.25 to more than 250; novobiocin 0.15 to 25; chlortetracycline 0.6 to 10. The concentrations...

Author(s)
Jones, A.; Higgs, T. M.; Neave, F. K.; Smith, A.
Publisher
Beecham Res. Lab., Great West Road, Brentford.,
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1967, 34, pp 249-255