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Host-response patterns of intramammary infections in dairy cows.
Many different bacterial species have the ability to cause an infection of the bovine mammary gland and the host response to these infections is what we recognize as mastitis. In this review weExpand
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Molecular diagnostics applied to mastitis problems on dairy farms.
Mastitis in dairy cows is among the most important diseases of dairy cattle worldwide. Mastitis is most often the response of the host to an intramammary infection. Accurate and cost-effectiveExpand
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Prednisolone and cefapirin act synergistically in resolving experimental Escherichia coli mastitis.
Mastitis in dairy cows is typically treated with intramammary antibiotics. The combination of antibiotics with corticosteroids tends to have a large market share where these products are registered.Expand
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The "other" gram-negative bacteria in mastitis: Klebsiella, serratia, and more.
Mastitis caused by gram-negative infections is of increasing importance on modern and well-managed dairy farms. Without a doubt, E coli tends to be the most important cause of these gram-negativeExpand
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Evaluation of an alternative dosing regimen of a J-5 mastitis vaccine against intramammary Escherichia coli challenge in nonlactating late-gestation dairy cows.
The objective of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of an alternative vaccination regimen of a J-5 bacterin against intramammary Escherichia coli challenge in nonlactating late-gestation dairyExpand
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Transcriptomic and genomic evidence for Streptococcus agalactiae adaptation to the bovine environment
BackgroundStreptococcus agalactiae is a major cause of bovine mastitis, which is the dominant health disorder affecting milk production within the dairy industry and is responsible for substantialExpand
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Presence of viral and bacterial organisms in milk and their association with somatic cell counts.
About 20 to 35% of milk samples from cows with intramammary infection or high somatic cell count (SCC) are negative on bacteriological culture analysis. However, little is known about SCC in milk ofExpand
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Intramammary immunization with ultraviolet-killed Escherichia coli shows partial protection against late gestation intramammary challenge with a homologous strain.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of intramammary immunization with UV-killed Escherichia coli ECC-Z on prevention of intramammary colonization after a challenge with a dose ofExpand
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