AbstractsM2Research Phd Theses

The influence of vitamin D and antimicrobials (pheromonicin) in relation to the control of bovine mastitis

Bovine mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases in the dairy industry. Its control relies on both antimicrobial and non-antimicrobial strategies. In this research, special attention has been given to vitamin D and a new antimicrobial, Pheromonicin-NM. The aim of this PhD thesis was to investigate the potential biological effect of vitamin D as a new prevention strategy, and the possibility of PMC-NM as a new therapy for bovine mastitis.

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