Latest mastitis Stories
A rare and deadly form of breast cancer that often goes unrecognized by clinicians and patients alike is the focus of a new report from leading researchers.
Researchers have discovered components of the bovine mastitis-causing bacterium, Streptococcus uberis that play a key role in the disease.
Expression of inflammatory-related genes in breast tissue of women who have previously given birth may explain the aggressiveness and frequency of pregnancy-associated breast cancer.
New research aims to study how much sleep a dairy cow needs and if there are any connections between the need for sleep and serious health problems.
STOCKHOLM, August 20 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study by Cornell University shows that dairy cows using the DeLaval Swinging Cow Brush (SCB) register higher milk production and lower clinical mastitis cases. The study compared different groups of cows housed in pens using the Swinging Cow Brush to the similar reference groups kept in identical pens under the exact same conditions but without the SCB.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading dairy and mastitis researchers participated in an interactive demonstration of technology that will speed and simplify the process used to detect and diagnose mastitis.
Scientists have discovered a new way for bacteria to transfer toxic genes to unrelated bacterial species, a finding that raises the unsettling possibility that bacterial swapping of toxins and other disease-aiding factors may be more common than previously imagined.
Hydromer, Inc. (OTCBB: HYDI) announces that its T-HEXX(R) Animal Health Division goes "GREEN" with the introduction of two new product lines for mastitis control in dairy cows.
Conservative treatment can deal with nursing mothers hospitalized for breast abscesses and afflicted with a "superbug," Dallas researchers said. Many nursing mothers who have been hospitalized for breast abscesses and then suffer from methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA.
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