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Isolation and Identification of Major Bacterial Pathogen from Clinical Mastitis Cow Raw Milk in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Demme2015IsolationAI,
  title={Isolation and Identification of Major Bacterial Pathogen from Clinical Mastitis Cow Raw Milk in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia},
  author={Biruke Demme and Shimeles Abegaz},
  year={2015}
}
An investigation was carried out cross-sectional to determine the prevalence of commonly occurring bovine mastitis pathogens at Addis Ababa Ethiopia. Samples were mainly drowned from dairy caws that become clinically ill during clinical observation, which comes for ambulatory service to the Addis Ababa Sholla Veterinary Laboratory. A total of 102 isolates were studied from bacterial culture obtained from the bovine milk samples collected at the clinic in the period from December, 2011 to April… 

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