Corynebacterium aquaticum isolated in bubaline milk
Abstract548 udder abubaline quarters were studied, clinical exam, CMT to mastitis detection and collection samples to bacteriology isolament realized. Corynebacterium aquaticum grew in two samples and were characterized by biochemical analisis. In this paper we reported the agent participation in udder colonization and the possibility of buffaloes infections mastitis.
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