bovine mastitis


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bovine mastitis

[′bō‚vīn ma·′stīd·əs]
(veterinary medicine)
Inflammation of the udder of a cow; may result from injury or bacterial infection.
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aureus is the most frequently involved species in the etiology of bovine mastitis in comparison to other CPS, the non-discrimination of other species makes it difficult to measure the importance of each of them in the etiology of IMIs.
In this study mastitis significantly affected BF percentage but conflicting results have been reported on the effect of bovine mastitis on BF content.
The Company also markets a California Mastitis Test to screen for bovine mastitis and MASTiK(TM), a product that helps veterinarians and dairy producers select an effective antibiotic for use in treatment of mastitis.
GBS emerged as an important cause of neonatal infections in the 1960s; before this time, it was mainly recognized as a cause of bovine mastitis (4).
Comparison of success of antibiotic therapy during lactation and results of antimicrobial susceptibility tests for bovine mastitis.
agalactiae is one of the major pathogens of bovine mastitis and is the main cause of subclinical infection.
Aquila's near-term, in-house revenue opportunity is represented by Quilvax-MTM, an animal health product for the management of bovine mastitis, a disease that results in economic losses to the U.
IodoZyme is a treatment to prevent bovine mastitis.
Bovine mastitis is the most expensive disease affecting the dairy industry, and is estimated by the National Mastitis Council to cost the industry $2 billion per year.
It was three times more active against the main contagious bacteria responsible for bovine mastitis.
Bovine mastitis is a global problem, affecting at any one time up to 10% of the world's 244 million cows.

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