Maria Azam, Muhammad Aamir Naseer, Kiran Mumtaz, Iqra Muzammil, Khazeena Atta, Rais Ahmed, Amjad Islam Aqib
Article ID: 2638
Quality milk production in modern dairy systems is facing many challenges. Salient in them is mastitis which is responsible for decline in milk production, altered milk composition and compromised udder health. The malaise consists of multiple bacterial etiologies which can be broadly classified into contagious pathogens and environmental pathogens S. aureus is being isolated invariably...
Mastitis is a common disease responsible for the biggest economic loss in the dairy industry. Antibiotic therapy does not provide long-term protection. And residue is a major concern in food safety. Vaccination is an alternative control method with great potential for bovine mastitis. Our study focus on evaluating vaccine efficacy regarding reducing the incidence of clinical...
Amjad Islam Aqib, Afshan Muneer, Muhammad Shafeeq, Nimra Kirn
Article ID: 4119
Studies have reported on the economic impacts of clinical and subclinical mastitis on dairy farms. Bovine mastitis is a disorder that affects dairy farms and has a major economic impact. Most of the economic losses are the result of mastitis. Mastitis is an invasive infection that is among the most numerous and highly complicated infections...
Dielson da Silva Vieira, Tânia Maria Sarmento da Silva, Timothy A. Hackett, Mariana de Barros, Weslen Fabrício Pires Teixeira, Juliana Campos Pereira Diniz, Pedro Henrique Gorni, Sanely Lourenço da Costa, Maria Aparecida Scatamburlo Moreira, Mateus Matiuzzi da Costa, Francisco Leydson Formiga Feitosa
Article ID: 2528
Antibiotic resistance represents a widespread problem in milk production. The identification of compounds for a topically applied ointment used in mastitis therapy remains elusive. Compounds from the genus Hymenaea can be administered in cases of multi-drug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection for ruminant species, but the protective properties are not well known. Wi this research the aim...