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Differentiation of Gram-negative bacteria, particularly enterobacteria, from cows with mastitis accompanied by abnormal mammary secretion



Differentiation of Gram-negative bacteria, particularly enterobacteria, from cows with mastitis accompanied by abnormal mammary secretion



Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 45(11): 386-390



Of 162 isolates of mastitis bacteria, 147 belonged to Enterobacteriaceae, and the remainder to Acinetobacter (14 isolates; not previously associated with mastitis) and Pseudomonas (1 isolate). The enterobacteria were classified into ten species by means of 31 biochemical tests, the commonest being Escherichia coli (117 isolates) and Enterobacter agglomerans (111 isolates). There were a few isolates of Citrobacter diversus, Serratia marcescens, S. odorifera and Kluyvera cryoscens.

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