Early mastitis detection possible with nano-platform technology

Psychotrophic bacteria in milk such as Pseudomonas spp. produce lipases. Their activity can now be measured via the novel lipase sensor developed by Dr. Malalasekera and her team.

Kansas State University (KSU) researchers have developed mastitis detection technology that has the potential to detect early signs of preclinical and subclinical mastitis in dairy cows. The technology will not only speed up test times, but will also reduce the…...

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