Molecular diagnostics applied to mastitis problems on dairy farms.

  title={Molecular diagnostics applied to mastitis problems on dairy farms.},
  author={Abhijit A Gurjar and Gloria Gioia and Ynte Hein Schukken and Frank L Welcome and R N Zadoks and Paolo Moroni},
  journal={The Veterinary clinics of North America. Food animal practice},
  volume={28 3},
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-effective methods of identifying mastitis pathogens are important for the diagnosis, surveillance, and control of this economically important disease. Rapid identification methods have the potential to be extremely specific and can also discriminate among closely related organisms. A wide range of phenotyping and… CONTINUE READING
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