Somatic cell count as a monitoring system for hygienicmilk production in India: A review

@article{Jadhav2016SomaticCC,
  title={Somatic cell count as a monitoring system for hygienicmilk production in India: A review},
  author={P. Jadhav and S. Tarate and M. Bhuvana and D. N. Das and B. Shome},
  journal={Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={270-277}
}
The major alteration in the milk composition due to mastitis includes presence of somatic cells (neutrophills, monocytes, macrophages and mammary epithelial cells), bactericidal and bacteriostatic compounds and certain enzymes. Antibiotic residue violation and presence of foodborn pathogens with/without their toxins is another threat of immense importance. These changes in the milk account for the deterioration of the milk quality, risk of health hazards and also its acceptance in the… Expand
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