treatment of sanitary-important bacteria by bacteriocin substance v24 in cattle dung water.quantification of sanitary-important bacteria (e.g. enterobacteriaceae), as well as indicators of environmental contamination, was assessed in samples of cattle dung from 25 cattle farms in 15 north-eastern slovakia districts. the inhibitory effect of crude bacteriocin extract cbe v24 from enterococcus faecalis v24 against listeria monocytogenes ohio and yersinia enterocolitica ye85 was examined in cattle dung water with the aim of finding a new way of eliminating the health risk of the animal s ...200010792671
application of pcr-sscp for molecular epidemiological studies on the exposure of farm children to bacteria in environmental dust.the environmental exposure of farm children to microorganisms in dust has become a focus of interest, since microbial exposure on farms has been related to a reduced prevalence of asthma and atopic diseases in children. previous studies almost exclusively focused on the determination of microbial counts using conventional culturing or the determination of microbial compounds i.e. endotoxins. in this study pcr-sscp (single-strand conformation polymorphism) was modified for characterising bacteria ...200818321601
prevalence and antimicrobial susceptibility of gram-negative bacteria isolated from bovine mastitis between 2003 and 2008 in korea.the objective of this study was to assess trends in the prevalence and distribution of gram-negative bacteria isolated from bovine mastitis and their antimicrobial susceptibilities during a 6-yr period between 2003 and 2008 in korea. escherichia coli, pseudomonas fluorescens, klebsiella pneumoniae, enterobacter cloacae, acinetobacter lwoffi/junii, pseudomonas aeruginosa, and serratia marcescens were the most commonly observed pathogens during this period. generally, gram-negative bacteria showed ...200919389959
acinetobacter lwoffii and lactococcus lactis strains isolated from farm cowsheds possess strong allergy-protective properties.children who grow up in a farming environment show lower levels of atopic sensitization, hay fever, and asthma than children of the same age not living in such an environment. a number of investigations provided good evidence that this is due to an early-life contact with cowsheds, farm animals, and/or consumption of products like raw milk. also, it had been indicated that microorganisms might have an important effect on the development of allergies, and thus the question arose of which farm mic ...200717481709
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