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Expression of prolactin receptors in normal canine mammary tissue, canine mammary adenomas and mammary adenocarcinomas
Scritto da BMC Veterinary Research   
VeterinariaBackground:Mammary tumors represent the most common neoplastic disease in female dogs. Recently, the promoting role of prolactin (PRL) in the development of human breast carcinoma has been shown. Possible proliferative, anti-apoptotic, migratory and ... ...
Mastitis in Dairy Cows
Scritto da Veterinary Clinics   
VeterinariaOn a daily basis, veterinarians work with dairy producers to implement preventive health care programs that will ensure the well-being of cows, minimize the use of antimicrobials, and result in the production of safe, high-quality dairy products. ... ...
New Perspectives in Udder Health Management
Scritto da Veterinary Clinics   
VeterinariaEnsuring production of high-quality milk from healthy cows is the primary objective of many veterinarians who work with dairy farmers. However, despite decades of implementation of control programs, mastitis continues to be the most frequent and econ ... ...
Antimicrobial Resistance of Mastitis Pathogens
Scritto da Veterinary Clinics   
VeterinariaThe production of maximum quantities of high-quality milk is an important goal of every dairy producer. High-quality milk tastes better, is more nutritious, and has a longer shelf-life. On the other hand, poor- or reduced-quality milk affects all seg ... ...
The Role of Diagnostic Microbiology in Mastitis Control Programs
Scritto da Veterinary Clinics   
VeterinariaThe dairy practitioner can greatly enhance the quality of service to his or her clients by the choice made in the types of mastitis diagnostic services offered or recommended. The primary focus here will be on tools available to practitioners in trad ... ...
Update on Control of Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus agalactiae for Management of Mastitis
Scritto da Veterinary Clinics   
VeterinariaIn countries with a developed dairy industry, mastitis is the most common and costly infectious disease affecting dairy farms. In addition to negatively impacting production efficiency and quality, mastitis is an important animal health and welfare i ... ...
Managing Environmental Mastitis
Scritto da Veterinary Clinics   
VeterinariaThe most common environmental mastitis pathogens among herds of North America are those grouped as coliforms and environmental streptococci. The term ?coliform mastitis? frequently is used incorrectly to identify mammary disease caused by all gram-ne ... ...
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