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        Gefunden: 200 (1993-1996)                    Document Title (20 of 200)
       1    1996   Use of composite milk samples for diagnosis of Staphylococcus 
                      aureus mastitis in dairy cattle. 
       2    1996   Bovine mastitis due to algae of the genus Prototheca.    
       3    1996   An increased incidence of mastitis caused by Prototheca species
                       and Nocardia species on a farm in Sao Paulo, Brazil. 
       4    1995   Defective polymorphonuclear neutrophil function in dairy cows 
                      showing enhanced susceptibility to intramammary infections.     
       5    1995   Financial analysis of alternative treatments for clinical mastitis 
                       associated with environmental pathogens. 
       6    1995   Efficacy of a Propionibacterium acnes immunostimulant for 
                      treatment of chronic Staphylococcus aureus mastitis.           
       7   1995   The association between previous 305-day milk yield and disease 
                      in New York State dairy cows.
       8   1995   Analysis of associations between major histocompatibility complex 
                      (BoLA) class I haplotypes and subclinical mastitis of dairy cows. 
       9   1995   Suppression of lymphocyte blastogenesis in cows with puerperal 
                      metritis and mastitis. 
     10   1995    [Insertion of fine needle biopsy in the diagnosis of nocardia mastitis 
                       in cattle] 
     11   1995    [Thiocyanate content in blood plasma, udder lymph and milk from 
                       healthy cows and cows with mastitis]    
     12   1995    [Lactoperoxidase activity and thiocyanate content of milk from 
                       cows with mastitis in different lactation stages] 
     13   1995    A simulation study of selection methods to improve mastitis 
                      resistance of dairy cows. 
     14   1995    Administration of recombinant human interleukin 1 receptor 
                      antagonist during endotoxin-induced mastitis in cows. 
     15   1995    Effects of an Escherichia coli J5 vaccine on mild clinical 
                       coliform mastitis. 
     16   1995    Identification of Escherichia coli strains from cows with clinical 
                      mastitis by serotyping and DNA polymorphism patterns with 
                      REP and ERIC primers. 
     17   1994    Efficacy of intramuscular oxytetracycline as a dry cow treatment 
                      for Staphylococcus aureus mastitis. 
     18   1994    Efficacy of dry cow therapy and a Propionibacterium acnes 
                      product in herds with low somatic cell count. 
     19  1994    Optimal replacement of mastitic cows determined by a 
                      hierarchic Markov process. 
     20  1994    Serum concentration of a bovine mannan-binding protein reactive 
                      with a Ra chemotype strain of Salmonella typhimurium: no 
                      significant changes associated with mastitis. 
                                (to the Next 20)
           Auswahl von Dokument 4:          Document # 4 of 200
           Article Title:
                  Defective polymorphonuclear neutrophil function in dairy cows 
                  showing enhanced  susceptibility to intramammary infections.
           Article Source:
                  Zentralbl Veterinarmed [B] 1995 Dec;42(10):625-32
                  Cooray R; Hakansson L
                  Polymorphonuclear-neutrophil (PMN) oxidative-burst activity, 
                  chemotactic and chemokinetic migratory responses, and 
                  surface-adhesion protein expression in a mastitis-prone group 
                  of dairy cows were compared with corresponding variables in
                  healthy cows. The cows had a well-documented history of 
                  udder infection caused by major mastitis pathogens. 
                  Analysis of PMN functions revealed a deficiency in the
                  luminol-enhanced chemiluminescence responses that 
                  seemed to be associated with the mobilization of 
                  myeloperoxidase (MPO) in the PMN of the patient group, 
                  as compared with the healthy controls. The migratory 
                  capacity of the PMN in response to a variety of chemotactic 
                  substances was enhanced in the patients. However, there 
                  were no significant differences between the two groups in 
                  the expression of surface-adhesion proteins (CD11a/CD18).
                  It is proposed that the migratory activity of PMN cells was
                  enhanced in order to compensate for their depressed 
                  respiratory-burst activity. Studies are under way to assess 
                  whether the defective mobilization of MPO in PMN of
                  mastitis-prone cows is an acquired transient defect or a 
                  permanent hereditary defect.
                  National Veterinary Institute, Uppsala, Sweden.
           Major Subject
                  Mastitis, Bovine [immunology]; Neutrophils [physiology]
           Minor Subject
                  Antigens, CD11 [analysis]; Antigens, CD18 [analysis]; Cattle; 
                  Chemotaxis, Leukocyte physiology]; Disease Susceptibility; 
                  Mastitis, Bovine [blood]; Neutrophils [chemistry] [enzymology];
                  Peroxidase [analysis]; Respiratory Burst [physiology]
           Unique NLM
                                           Indexing Check
                                                       Animal; Comparative Study;
                                                       Female; Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
                  JOURNAL ARTICLE
                                               Indexing Date:
             CAS Registry/
             EC Numbers:
                  EC (Peroxidase); 0
                  (Antigens, CD11); 0 (Antigens,

    Machern, 28.November 1996/Prof. Dr. Heinz Mielke/