Escherichia coli mastitis

Abnormal mammary gland secretion after Escherichia coli infection (left).

Escherichia coli is a major mastitis pathogen and a well-known cause of clinical mastitis in dairy cows. Ubiquitously present in organic material like manure and bedding, E. coli can reach high concentrations in the cow’s environment. Although being described as...

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