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Isolation and drug sensitivity of bacteria from bovine milk samples with clinical mastitis at Arusha Veterinary Investigation Centre between 1975 and 1982



Isolation and drug sensitivity of bacteria from bovine milk samples with clinical mastitis at Arusha Veterinary Investigation Centre between 1975 and 1982



Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa 33(1): 31-33



In an 8-year period 475 mastitis quarters were examined bacteriologically at Arusha. A total of 482 bacterial isolates were recovered from the milk samples. The isolates included staphylococci (36.5%), coliforms (26.1%), streptococci (18.7%), diplococci (7.1%), corynebacteria (3.1%), Pasteurella (2.7%) and other microorganisms (5.8%).

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