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Isolation and antibiogram of bacterial pathogens producing mastitis


, : Isolation and antibiogram of bacterial pathogens producing mastitis. Indian Journal of Animal Health 29(1): 49-52

Out of a total of 115 milk samples from cows suffering from mastitis, 94 were positive for bacteria. Staphylococci were found to be the main aetiological agent. Other bacteria of significant importance were streptococci, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella spp. and corynebacteria. Of the 41 strains of Staphylococcus aureus only 12 (22%) could be phage typed with a human set of phages. Of the 9 E. coli strains, 7 could be serotyped to 6 serogroups.

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