2019
DOI: 10.1016/j.micpath.2019.103732
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Subclinical mastitis in Lacaune sheep: Causative agents, impacts on milk production, milk quality , oxidative profiles and treatment efficacy of ceftiofur

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“…This was also observed in another study conducted on the same property, where the animals had lower levels of fat, protein, lactose, non-fat solids and total solids, as well as a milk production difference of 0.1-0.4 L/ewe/day when evaluated in relation to those who received some type of treatment (Jaguezeski et al, 2018). Regarding biochemical and hematological variables, we did not obtain significant results between the groups; however, if we evaluate the data obtained and relate it to what mastitis changes in terms of animal health, we note that the numbers of defense cells changed, that is, they increased; this is similar to the results described by Alba et al (2019). Corroborating the findings of our study, Ebrahimi et al (2014) commented that, in the face of invasion of microorganisms in the mammary gland, the number of these cells, mainly neutrophils, rises in order to combat the infectious process.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 83%
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“…This was also observed in another study conducted on the same property, where the animals had lower levels of fat, protein, lactose, non-fat solids and total solids, as well as a milk production difference of 0.1-0.4 L/ewe/day when evaluated in relation to those who received some type of treatment (Jaguezeski et al, 2018). Regarding biochemical and hematological variables, we did not obtain significant results between the groups; however, if we evaluate the data obtained and relate it to what mastitis changes in terms of animal health, we note that the numbers of defense cells changed, that is, they increased; this is similar to the results described by Alba et al (2019). Corroborating the findings of our study, Ebrahimi et al (2014) commented that, in the face of invasion of microorganisms in the mammary gland, the number of these cells, mainly neutrophils, rises in order to combat the infectious process.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 83%
“…The absence of a negative control group (free of mastitis) in this study limits our interpretation, that is, whether the milk composition was affected by local disease. In a recent study conducted on the same farm (Alba et al, 2019), lower levels of protein, fat and total solids were obtained, and milk production was lower for the group of animals with mastitis when compared to healthy animals of the control group. This was also observed in another study conducted on the same property, where the animals had lower levels of fat, protein, lactose, non-fat solids and total solids, as well as a milk production difference of 0.1-0.4 L/ewe/day when evaluated in relation to those who received some type of treatment (Jaguezeski et al, 2018).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 91%
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“…It was recorded that milk ROS levels increased in mastitis group. There was no statistically significant difference between serum glucose, total protein, globulin, albumin and ROS levels in control and mastitis groups (Alba et al, 2019). Nedic et al (2019) show that TAC levels were lower in blood serum and milk serum of cows from subclinical mastitis group (n=55) compared to control group.…”
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confidence: 92%
“…It was recorded that milk nitrite/nitrate levels increased in sheep with mastitis. (Alba et al, 2019). Atakisi et al (2010) found that milk NO level and TOC increased in Brown Swiss and Holstein breed cows with subclinical mastitis (n=35).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%