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relationship between cell counts in bovine milk and the presence of mastitis pathogens (yeasts and bacteria).bovine mastitis is an economically important disease in dairy industry and a variety of pathogen microorganisms are involved. the aa carried out a study to investigate the prevalence of yeasts and bacteria in milk samples (794) from dairy cows of umbria (central italy), belonging to 19 herds, and the relationship between cell counts in bovine milk and the presence of these pathogens. 29.7% milk samples were positive for pathogen microorganisms, of those 4.9% were positive for yeasts and bacteria ...19989588106
mycotic and algal bovine mastitis in denmark.a one-year examination of mammary secretions (n = 2,896) from danish cattle with clinical or subclinical mastitis revealed 45 strains of fungi and algae. the strains originated from 44 mammary secretions of 42 cows in 40 herds. the following species of fungi were identified: candida catenulata (n = 2), candida kefyr (n = 6), candida krusei (n = 17), candida rugosa (n = 6), candida tropicalis (n = 3), candida valida (n = 1), geotrichum capitatum (n = 5). the algal species prototheca zopfii was de ...19948068305
pathogenicity of yeasts and algae isolated from bovine mastitis secretions in a murine model.the pathogenicity of strains of yeasts and algae isolated from bovine mastitis secretions was evaluated in immunosuppressed mice. strains of candida tropicalis (n = 3) were the most pathogenic, but all strains of geotrichum capitatum (n = 5) and the colourless alga prototheca zopfii (n = 5) were also lethal to mice at the highest dose of 1 x 10(7) cfu per mouse. reisolation of the inoculated micro-organisms and the occurrence of histopathological lesions within organs of mice challenged with 1 x ...19947845414
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