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pertaining to fermentative gram-negative enteric bacilli, sometimes restricted to those fermenting lactose, i.e., Escherichia, Klebsiella, Enterobacter, and Citrobacter.
coliform (kō′lə-fôrm′, kŏl′ə-)
Of or relating to various gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria that ferment lactose, especially those such as E. coli that commonly inhabit the intestines of humans and other vertebrates.
coliform Of, or pertaining to, the bacterium Escherichia coli , which is present in countless numbers in the colon.
coliform (of Gram-negative rod bacteria) normally inhabiting the colon, e.g. Escherichia coli, Enterobacter aerogenes, Klebsiella. See GRAM'S STAIN.
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is the most prevalent form of clinical mastitis in the dairy industry and is mainly caused by the Escherichia coli bacterium.
Sawdust can predispose to coliform mastitis
if it has been stored in sub-optimal conditions and has become damp.
aureus and in severe cases of coliform mastitis
, preferably in combination with intramammary treatment (Barkema et al., 2006).
Efficacy of an Escherichia coli bacterin for the control of coliform mastitis
in dairy cows.
An Investigation of the impact of intramammary antibiotic dry cow therapy on clinical coliform mastitis
"Standard therapies haven't been successful in relieving symptoms and reducing mortality from acute coliform mastitis
," Paape says.