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Molecular Studies on E.coli Isolate from Milk of Mastatic Cattle with Special Reference to Associated Biochemical Changes in Kaliobea Governorate

Mervat E.I. Radwan, Khiary Farouk Abo-Zaid

American Journal of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology. 2017, 5(3), 115-119 doi:10.12691/ajidm-5-3-4
  • Table 1. Primers sequences, target genes, amplicon sizes and cycling conditions
  • Table 2. Characterization of E.coli isolated from mastatic milk
  • Table 3. Serotypes ofE.coli isolated from clinical mastitis cow
  • Table 4. Characterization of E.coli serogroup isolates recovered from milk samples of mastatic cow byPCR assays for Intamin, Stx1 and Stx2
  • Table 5. Biochemical changes associated to E.coli infection in serum of cows * value of p < 0.01 and ** value of p< 0.001
  • Table 6. In study Van ELISA for the quantitation of bovine TNF-α in plasma (Carstensen et al., 2005)16 was modified for serum as described in Lehtolainen et al. (2004). The detection limit of the ELISA was 0.5 ng/ml for the serum