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I. The recovery of small numbers of Staphylococcus aureus infused into the bovine teat cistern. II. The response of the bovine mammary gland to an infusion of staphylococci. III. The effect of inoculating the bovine teat duct with small numbers of Staphylococcus aureus



I. The recovery of small numbers of Staphylococcus aureus infused into the bovine teat cistern. II. The response of the bovine mammary gland to an infusion of staphylococci. III. The effect of inoculating the bovine teat duct with small numbers of Staphylococcus aureus



J. Dairy Res 32: 157-162, 163-170 & 171-179



Small volumes of milk containing on average less than 10 colony-forming units of Staph. aureus were injected into the teat cisterns of 39 quarters of 10 cows. Typical staphylococci were recovered from 14 quarters after overnight incubation of milk stripped manually from each quarter 10 min. after injection. There was an inverse relationship between the total leukocyte count of the milk taken from the quarter before infusion and recovery of staphylococci.

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