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  • RESISTANCE MECHANISMS
  • 1st International Symposium (1990)

    September 13, 1990 1:00 AM - September 16, 1990 1:00 AM

    RESISTANCE MECHANISMS

    Introductory Paper - Resistance Mechanisms

    • AJ Frost

    CHARACTERIZATION OF KERATIN FROM THE BOVINE TEAT CANAL

    • SA Bright ;
    • AV Capuco ;
    • DL Wood ;
    • J Bitman ;
    • A Roche ;
    • J W Pankey ;
    • RH Millerr

    TURNOVER OF TEAT CANAL KERATIN DURING LACTATION

    • AV Capuco ;
    • SA Bright ;
    • DL Wood ;
    • RH Miller ;
    • J Bitman

    PREINFECTION MIGRATION OF BLOOD POLYMORPHONUCLEAR LEUKOCYTES AND THE OUTCOME OF EXPERIMENTAL ESCHERICHIA COLI MASTITIS IN THE COW

    • JA CM Lohuis ;
    • YH Schukken ;
    • C Burvenich ;
    • A Brand

    DIETARY VITAMIN E AND SELENIUM EFFECTS ON POLYMORPHONUCLEAR NEUTROPHIL FUNCTIONS

    • JS Hogan ;
    • KL Smith ;
    • WP Weiss ;
    • DA Todhunter ;
    • WL Shockey

    THE EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTICS ON IN VITRO PHAGOCYTOSIS AND INTRACELLULAR KILLING OF STAPHYLCOCCUS AUREUS BY BOVINE POLYMORPHONUCLEAR LEUCOCYTES

    • Ur Vecht ;
    • KC Baas ;
    • HJ Wisse link

    MODULATION OF BOVINE MAMMARY IMMUNE FUNCTION DURING THE PERIPARTURIENT PERIOD FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO rBoIFN GAMMA

    • LM Sordillo ;
    • LA Babiuk

    ENHANCEMENT OF BOVINE MAMMARY MONONUCLEAR CELL PROLIFERATION BY RECOMBINANT INTERLEUKINS

    • PM Torre ;
    • SP Oliver

    RECOMBINANT BOVINE INTERFERON (GAMMA) REDUCES LOCAL & SYSTEMIC TUMOUR NECROSIS FACTOR PRODUCTION IN ACUTE E. COLI MASTITIS

    • JE Peel ;
    • L Sordillo ;
    • M-J Voirol ;
    • SR Martinod

    THE IN VITRO ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF NATURAL ANTIBIOTICS AGAINST CLINICAL ISOLATES FROM BOVINE MASTITIS

    • JS Cullor ;
    • WL Smith ;
    • ME Selsted

    THE ACUTE PHASE RESPONSE DURING EXPERIMENTAL ESCHERICHIA COLI MASTITIS

    • RJ Eskine ;
    • MG Riddell Jr

    IRON REGULATED OUTER MEMBRANE PROTEINS OF COLIFORM BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM BOVINE INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS

    • DA Todhunter ;
    • KL Smith ;
    • JS Hogan ;
    • PS Schoenberger

    RESISTANCE TO STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTIONS IN STAPHYLOCOCCAL VACCINATED HEIFERS

    • PM Sears ;
    • NL Norcross ;
    • K Kenny ;
    • B Smith ;
    • RN Gonzalez ;
    • MN Romano

    A FIELD TRIAL TO TEST THE EFFICACY OF A STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS VACCINE IN COMMERCIAL DAIRIES IN AUSTRALIA

    • DL Watson ;
    • CL Schwartzkoff

    PHAGOCYTOSIS OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS BY SOMATIC CELLS FROM COWS VACCINATED DURING THE DRY PERIOD

    • PH Smuda ;
    • L Bassalik-Chabielska

    MASTITIS AND ITS CONTROL IN HEIFERS AND DRY COWS

    MASTITIS AND ITS CONTROL IN HEIFERS AND DRY COWS

    • SC Nickerson

    INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF MILK CESSATION ON INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS DURING THE PERIPARTUM PERIOD

    • SP Oliver ;
    • EP Shull ;
    • HH Dowlen

    THE ROLE OF COAGULASE-NEGATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCUS SPECIES IN BOVINE MASTITIS

    • T Honkanen-Buzalski

    COAGULASE-NEGATIVE Staphylococcus SPECIES AND Staphylococcus aureus PREVALENCE DURING THE PERIPARTURIENT PERIOD IN PRIMIPAROUS AND MULTIPAROUS COWS

    • RJ Harmon ;
    • KR Matthews ;
    • BE Langlois

    PREVALENCE OF MASTITIS IN FIRST LACTATION COWS

    • J W Pankey

    STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS ( IMI ): PREVALENCE SOURCES AND MODES OF TRANSMISSION IN DAIRY HEIFERS

    • JR Roberson ;
    • LK Fox ;
    • DH Hancock

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE RESULT OF DRY COW TREATMENT

    • J Sol ;
    • J Harink ;
    • A van Uum

    INCIDENCE OF NEW S. AUREUS INFECTIONS DURING THE DRY PERIOD IN ANTIBIOTIC-TREATED AND NON-TREATED INFECTED AND NONINFECTED COWS

    • G Ziv ;
    • M Storper ;
    • A Saran

    DRY COW THERAPY FOR MASTITIS CONTROL

    • GA Mein ;
    • J W Browning

    THE EFFECT OF DRY COW THERAPY AN EVALUATION OF LONG-ACTING AND SHORT-ACTING INTRAMAMMARIA

    • O Osteras

    SYSTEMIC DRY COW THERAPY IN CONTROL OF SUBCLINICAL STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTIONS

    • S Boback ;
    • H Adler ;
    • B Van Damm ;
    • M Winkler ;
    • G Ziv ;
    • A Saran

    EFFECTS OF A LONG VERSUS A SHORT CANNULA AFTER DRYING OFF COWS WITH 600 MG CLOXACILLIN IN A NOVEL FORMULATION

    • J Sol

    USE OF DRY PERIOD INTRAMAMMARY ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY AND OTHER FORMS OF MASTITIS CONTROL IN DAIRY COWS: SURVEY RESULTS

    • WM Sischo ;
    • GY Miller ;
    • DA Moore ;
    • LE Heider

    A BENEFIT COST ANALYSIS OF DRY COW MASTITIS THERAPY IN ONTARIO DAIRY CATTLE

    • WB McNab ;
    • AH Meek

    ONTARIO'S RECENT EXPERIENCE WITH NOCARDIA MASTITIS

    • DA Stark

    ENVIRONMENTAL MASTITIS

    ENVIRONMENTAL MASTITIS

    • AJ Bramlev

    ECONOMIC LOSSES ASSOCIATED WITH CLINICAL MASTITIS ON NINE WELL-MANAGED OHIO DAIRY FARMS

    • KH Hoblet ;
    • GD Schnitkey ;
    • D Arbaugh ;
    • JS Hogan ;
    • KL Smith ;
    • PS Schoenberger ;
    • DA Todhunter ;
    • WD Hueston ;
    • DE Pritchard ;
    • GL Bowman ;
    • LeE Heider ;
    • BL Brockett ;
    • HR Conrad

    MASTITIS AND ITS INFLUENCE UPON REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN DAIRY CATTLE

    • JS Cullor

    CLINICAL MASTITIS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL PATHOGENS: ANALYSIS OF A LARGE COMMERCIAL DAIRY

    • RH Bennett

    RISK INDICATORS FOR CASES OF CLINICAL MASTITIS IN HERDS WITH A LOW BULK MILK SOMATIC CELL COUNT

    • YH Schukken ;
    • JA CM Lohuis ;
    • EN Noordhuizen-stassen ;
    • JF Grommers ;
    • Dvd Geer ;
    • HeN Erb ;
    • A Brand

    THE INFLUENCE OF CUBICLE ( FREE- STALL ) DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT ON E. COLI POPULATIONS OF BEDDING

    • J Sumner

    ANTIGENIC HOMOWGY AMONG BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM CLINICAL GRAM-NEGATIVE MASTITIS

    • JW Tyler ;
    • H Spears ;
    • ReJ Erskine ;
    • J Martin ;
    • R Nelson

    EFFICACY OF ESCHERICHIA COLI J-5 VACCINE FOR PREVENTING COLIFORM MASTITIS

    • JS Hogan ;
    • KL Smith ;
    • DA Todhunter ;
    • PS Schoenberger

    EFFICACY AND FINANCIAL BENEFITS OF PREVENTING CLINICAL COLIFORM MASTITIS IN DAIRY COWS BY A MUTANT (J5) ESCHERICHIA COLI VACCINE

    • RN Gonzalez ;
    • HO Mohammed ;
    • JS Cullor ;
    • DE Jasper

    MILKING HYGIENE MILKING AND MASTITIS

    • J Hamann

    RELATIONSHIP OF PRESSURE GRADIENTS AT THE TEAT DURING MILKING AND MACHINE-INDUCED INFECTIONS

    • DM Galton ;
    • DJ Aneshansley ;
    • LG Petersson

    MILKING MACHINE LINER SLIP AND MASTITIS

    • SB Spencer

    NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN MILKING MACHINE DESIGN RELATED TO MASTITIS AND MILK QUALITY

    • RA Sherlock ;
    • MW Woolford

    THE RELATIONS HIP BETWEEN CHAPPED TEATS, TEAT SKIN COLONIZATION AND INTRAMAMMARY INFECTION BY STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

    • LK Fox ;
    • JA Nagy ;
    • D Newkirk

    LONG-TERM INFLUENCE OF TWO GERMICIDAL TEAT DIPS ON Staphylococcus SPECIES PREVALENCE AND NEW INFECTION RATE OF Staphylococcus aureus IN A DAIRY HERD

    • RJ Harmon ;
    • BE Langlois ;
    • K Akers ;
    • BA Smith ;
    • WL Crist ;
    • R W Hemken

    THERAPY OF MASTITIS

    MASTITIS THERAPY - PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

    • S Soback

    EFFECT OF COMBINATIONS OF ANTIBIOTICS ON HIGHLY RESISTANT STRAINS OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

    • FS Rodriquez ;
    • AL Hernandez ;
    • DM Perez

    THE PHARMACOKINETICS AND EFFICACY OF INTRAMAMMARY GENTAMICIN FOR THE TREATMENT OF COLIFORM MASTITIS

    • RJ Erskine ;
    • RC Wilson ;
    • MG Riddell Jr

    ANTI-INFLAMMATORY THERAPY FOR ACUTE COLIFORM MASTITIS

    • FJ DeGraves ;
    • KL Anderson

    THE PHARMACODYNAMICS AND PHARMACOKINETICS OF CARPROFEN, A NOVEL NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG IN HEALTHY AND MASTITIC COWS

    • JA CM Lohuis ;
    • T Van Werven ;
    • A Brand ;
    • ASJPAM Van Miert ;
    • IJ Lugwig ;
    • E Rohde ;
    • P Heinzmann ;
    • WF Rehm

    RAPID TESTS FOR THE DETECTION OF ANTIBIOTIC RESIDUES

    • SA Bright ;
    • NH Thaker ;
    • B Schwab ;
    • R W Johnston

    ANTIBIOTIC CONCENTRATIONS IN MAMMARY TISSUE AND MILK FOLLOWING INTRAMAMMARY AND/OR INTRAMUSCULAR THERAPY

    • WE Owens ;
    • SC Nickerson ;
    • JL Watts ;
    • RL Boddie

    A FARM TEST FOR DETECTING SULFA DRUGS, GENTAMICIN, BETA LACTAMS AND OTHER ANTIBIOTICS

    • SE Charm ;
    • T Lieu ;
    • M Gandman ;
    • E Zomer

    ADVANCES IN MASTITIS DIAGNOSIS

    • SP Oliver ;
    • KR Matthew ;
    • BM Jayarao

    THE CONTROL OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS MASTITIS USING THE DHI MILK ANTIBODY TEST

    • GM Jones ;
    • TM Grove

    EVALUATION OF METHODS FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF STREPTOCOCCUS AGALACTIAE INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS IN DAIRY CATTLE

    • RP Dinsmore ;
    • PB English ;
    • RN Gonzales ;
    • PM Sears ;
    • HF Schulte

    STREPTOCOCCUS AGALACTIAE ANTIGENS REACTIVE WITH MILK IgG OF INFECTED DAIRY COWS

    • DS Adams ;
    • JS McDonald

    DIAGNOSTIC METHODS FOR EVALUATING THERAPY RESPONSE IN CLINICAL MASTITIS

    • S Pyorala ;
    • L Kaartinen

    EVALUATION OF CHANGES IN SOMATIC CELL COUNTS AS INDICATORS OF NEW INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS

    • 1R Dohoo ;
    • KE Leslie

    MONITORING MASTITIS, MILK QUALITY AND ECONOMIC LOSSES

    MONITORING MASTITIS, MILK QUALITY AND ECONOMIC LOSSES IN DAIRY HERDS

    • JK Reneau

    MONITORING THE INCIDENCE OF CLINICAL MASTITIS

    • JM Booth ;
    • GJ Rowlands

    CLINICAL MASTITIS RECORDS AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL

    • D Morse

    ENVIRONMENTAL AND MANAGERIAL DETERMINANTS OF CLINICAL MASTITIS AND MAMMARY INFECTION IN OHIO DAIRY HERDS

    • PC Bartlett ;
    • GY Miller ;
    • LE Heider

    THE NORWEGIAN MASTITIS CONTROL PROGRAM

    • O Oteras ;
    • S Waage

    ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS REDUCTION STRATEGIES IN 3 HERDS

    • KH Hoblet

    PRODUCTION EFFECTS OF BOVINE MASTITIS

    • MW Woolford ;
    • JH Williamson

    THE RElATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BULK TANK MILK CULTURE, MANAGEMENT FACTORS USED IN MASTITIS CONTROL AND THE HERD PREVALENCE OF MASTITIS

    • MA Godkin ;
    • KE Leslie

    VETERINARY PRACTITIONER MONITORING OF MILK QUALITY

    • DA Reid

    ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MASTITIS IN OHIO DAIRY HERDS

    • GY Miller ;
    • PC Bartlett ;
    • J Stoltz ;
    • ML Moeschberger ;
    • LE Heider

    ECONOMICS OF MASTITIS CONTROL IN ONTARIO DAIRY HERDS

    • RS Gill ;
    • WH Howard ;
    • KE Leslie ;
    • KD Lissemore

    CASE HISTORIES AND PROBLEM SOLVING

    PROBLEM SOLVING - AN ACADEMIC APPROACH

    • J W Pankey

    PROBLEM SOLVING - A MILK MARKETING COOPERATIVE APPROACH

    • NJ Corlett

    A VETERINARIAN'S ROLE IN MASTITIS DETECTION

    • RB Bushnell

    CASE HISTORY: Iowa Dairy

    • DA Reid

    RESURGANCE OF CONTAGIOUS MASTITIS FLORIDA DAIRY HERD CASE HISTORY REPORT

    • DP Kelbert

    ONCE A STAPH COW, ALWAYS A STAPH COW?

    • RB Corbett

    POSTER SESSION

    ADMINISTRATION OF HUMAN RECOMBINANT GRANULOCYTE COLONY STIMULATING FACTOR (Hr- GCSF) AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE HEMOGRAM OF LACTATING DAIRY CATTLE

    • JS Cullor ;
    • WL Smith ;
    • JD Dellinger

    ENVIRONMENTAL MASTITIS AND IMMUNOLOGICAL STATUS OF THE UDDER

    • A Zecconi ;
    • G Ruffo ;
    • F Vezzoli

    REDUCTION OF CLINICAL SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH E. COLI MASTITIS FOLLOWING VACCINATION WITH A COMMERCIAL E. COLI VACCINE

    • D Van Roeckel ;
    • P Clark

    DIURNAL VARIATION IN COUNT AND COMPOSITION OF SOMATIC CELLS IN MILK AND CHARACTERISTICS RELATED TO INFECTION

    • Y Aoki ;
    • I Notsuki ;
    • T Ichikawa ;
    • M Ichikawa ;
    • T Nakano

    INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS IN PRIMIGRAVID HEIFERS DURING THE PERIPARTUM PERIOD FOLLOWING ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY BEFORE PARTURITION

    • SP Oliver ;
    • SH King ;
    • MJ Lewis ;
    • HH Dowlen

    RESIDUAL HYGIENIC EVALUATION OF MEASURES FOR MASTITIS THERAPY AND PROPHYLAXIS

    • WH Heeschen

    N-ACETYL-B-D-GLUCOSAMINIDASE AS A PREDICTOR OF MILK LOSS AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING CLINICAL MASTITIS

    • DJ Wilson ;
    • PC Bartlett ;
    • R W Mellenberger ;
    • JH Kirk ;
    • EG Mather

    ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION OF GLYCOCALYX ON THE SURFACE OF COAGULASE-NEGATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCUS SPECIES ISOLATED FROM BOVINE MILK

    • KR Matthews ;
    • SP Oliver ;
    • AJ Guidry

    HOMOGENICITY OF PENICILLIN G SENSITIVITY PATTERNS AMONG S. AUREUS ISOLATED FROM DIFFERENT QUARTERS OF THE SAME COW

    • M Storper ;
    • G Ziv ;
    • A Saran

    CHARACTERISTICS OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS SPECIES ISOLATED FROM BOVINE MAMMARY SECRETIONS

    • KR Matthews ;
    • SP Oliver ;
    • BM Jayarao

    TYPING OF STREPTOCOCCUS SPECIES ISOLATED FROM BOVINE MAMMARY SECRETIONS

    • BM Jayarao ;
    • SP Oliver ;
    • JR Tagg ;
    • KR Matthews

    DISTRIBUTION OF STREPTOCOCCI ISOLATED FROM BOVINE TEAT SKIN, TEAT CANALS, AND MILK

    • JL Watts ;
    • WE Owens ;
    • CH Ray ;
    • PJ Washburn

    CLINICAL AND SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS IN A DAIRY HERD CAUSED BY HUMAN GROUP G STREPTOCOCCI (STREPTOCOCCUS DYSGALACTIAE)

    • RN Gonzalez ;
    • JL Watts ;
    • PM Sears ;
    • B Netherton ;
    • B Smith ;
    • J Tuttle

    BOVINE MYCOPLASMAL MASTITIS IN NEW YORK STATE DAIRY HERDS, 1977-1988

    • RN Gonzalez ;
    • PM Sears ;
    • RA Merrill

    BOVINE MYCOTIC MASTITIS

    • EO Costa ;
    • CR Gandra ;
    • W Gambale ;
    • MF Pires ;
    • SD Coutinho ;
    • W Castilho ;
    • CM Teixeira

    UPDATING MILKING EQUIPMENT TO KEEP PACE WITH PRODUCTION

    • DA Reid

    TEAT LESIONS IN DAIRY CATTLE WITH REFERENCE TO MILKING AND HOUSING MANAGEMENT

    • O Osteras ;
    • I Vagsholm ;
    • A Lund

    THE EFFECT OF A SPECIFIED TEAT WASH PROCEDURE USING A TEAT DIP AS WASH SOLUTION ON MILKING ROUTINE AND BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION OF TEAT SURFACES

    • JK Reneau ;
    • RJ Farnsworth ;
    • DG Johnson,

    PERSISTENCY OF BARRIER TEAT DIPS AND OTHER BARRIER PRODUCTS ON DRY COWS

    • LL Timms

    IN VITRO GROWTH OF ENVIRONMENTAL MASTITIS PATHOGENSIN VARIOUS BEDDING MATERIALS

    • LL Timms ;
    • M Brim ;
    • L Engelken

    BACTERIAL COUNTS IN CHOPPED NEWSPAPER BEDDING

    • JS Hogan ;
    • KL Smith ;
    • DA Todhunter ;
    • PS Schoenberger

    PROSPECTS FOR A MASTITIS CONTROL PROGRAM IN DAIRY HERDS WITH A LOW BOLK MILK SOMATIC CELL COUNT

    • YH Schukken ;
    • JAC.M. Lohui ;
    • EN Noordhuizen-stassen ;
    • JF Grommers ;
    • A Brand

    COMPARISON OF BULK TANK ANTIBODY LEVELS WITH DAIRY HERD PREVALENCE OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTIONS

    • T Matsushita ;
    • RN Gonzalez ;
    • PM Sears ;
    • DS Adams

    A PROVINCIAL BULK TANK MICROBIOLOGY SERVICE

    • JA Lynch

    LONG TERM IMPACT OF EXTENSION EDUCATION ON DHI SOMATIC CELL COUNT AND MILK PRODUCTION OF DEMONSTRATION HERDS

    • RR Peters ;
    • EK Cassel ;
    • R C Eickelberger ;
    • JE Manspeaker ;
    • LE Stewart