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inflammation of a breast (or udder)

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The respective prevalence of bovine mastitis was summarized by taking percentage of positive samples and correlation of possible risk factors with bovine mastitis was calculated by chi-square test on the basis of P-value of each possible risk factor.
Incidence rate of clinical bovine mastitis in selected smallholder dairy farms in Gondar town, Ethiopia.
Thus, in order to ensure animal health, through the asepsis of equipment and the udder of the animals, the use of medicinal plants displayed potential in the prevention and treatment of bovine mastitis in agro-ecological production systems (Schuch et al., 2008).
aureus is the principal etiological agent, responsible for the chronic bovine mastitis. Medeiros and Souza (2009) analyzed 16 dairy farms, in the region of Cerqueira Cesar, Sao Paulo, and determined that among the etiological agents with higher frequency in milk samples positive for mastitis, S.
aureus strains isolated from bovine mastitis in Brazil were detected to be more frequent in Group II25.
A high percentage of methicillin resistance in Staphylococci isolated from bovine mastitis was also reported in Algeria [7].
(16.) National Mastitis Council Laboratory and Field Hand book on bovine mastitis (1987).
As a part of the immune system, it maintains a predominant role in pathogen-induced bovine mastitis and mediates the innate and adaptive immune responses of the mammary gland by secreting proinflammatory cytokines and chemokines, including tumor necrosis factor- (TNF-) a, interleukin- (IL-) 1[micro], and IL-6, or promoting T and B lymphocyte responses [2-4].
pyogenes strains isolated on bovine mastitis is not frequent [57], in this opportunity the assays were done to guide veterinary physician about therapeutic possibilities, getting a general sensibility to different antimicrobials groups.
Prevalence and infectious etiology of bovine mastitis in the Cuiaba microregion.
It was three times more active against the main contagious bacteria responsible for bovine mastitis. Testing for safety, efficacy and production is planned.
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