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mastitic

emanating from or pertaining to mastitis.
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Antibiotic resistance and pathogenicity factors in Staphylococcus aureus isolated from mastitic Sahiwal cattle.
aureus obtained from mastitic milk showed genetic diversity and homogeneity in coa and spa genes on the basis of location of herds.
A Food Safety Team was developed and was responsible for planning and executing the Food Safety Management System requirements with the following scope of: Manufacturing and distributing Dairy & Juice products, manufacturing products under Private Labeling/ Brand Name and Rearing Healthy Cattle and Camels for Production of whole fresh clean lacteal secretion, which is practically free from Colostrum or mastitic milk.
The result of the CMT divided the milk samples into two categories: Normal non-mastitic milk samples and mastitic milk samples.
Such findings concur with previous reports in dairy goats [16] and in dairy cows [5,6], which showed significantly lower milk yield in mastitic quarters than in non-mastitic quarters.
Better to turn beans, peas and grains in gleaming stainless steel vats into milks and dairy products than to ask farmers to stuff dubious concentrates into mastitic and miserable cows yielding secretions from udders designed to suckle baby calves, not human milksops, young or old.
Milk from each cow was tested for somatic cell count to identify mastitic cows.
A single large case series suggests that "stripping the pus" by firm massage of mastitic breasts can reduce the incidence of breast abscess.
Antimicrobial susceptibility of bacterial species identified from mastitic milk samples of camel.
Resistance to penicillin is a great concern since this antibiotic represents the main antibiotic groups recommended for Staphylococcal mastitic infection.
The Staphylococcus aureus isolated strains from mastitic milk samples were subjected to molecular characterization of coa gene and phylogenetic tree (using MEGA6.