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Inflammation of a mammary gland or udder, usually caused by infection.

mas·tit′ic (-tĭt′ĭk) adj.


(Medicine) relating to mastitis
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In a previous study, oocytes that had been matured in follicular fluid aspirated from LPS-induced mastitic cows showed significantly impaired developmental competence [23].
aureus isolated from mastitic milk of cows were also resistant against Trimethoprim in Ethiopia (21%) and Kososvo (11.1%) (Abera et al., 2013; Hamidi et al., 2016).
Isolation, identifications and antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of coagulase positive Staphylococcus from subclinical mastitic dairy cattle in and around Haramaya University.
faecium strains recovered from milk samples of mastitic cows by MBT.
Isolation and identification of bacterial organisms from mastitic milk.
Bacteria may get access to the milk from the primary source when the animal itself is infected as with the case of mastitic milk.
The mammary tissues were grossly examined by an experienced anatomical pathologist and subsequently histopathologically examined to distinguish mastitic and normal tissues.
In 2015, Jimenez et al., (33) reported shotgun sequencing of 10 healthy and 10 mastitic breast milk samples, which revealed that microbial abundance in mastitis-infected mother was higher than that of the healthy lactating mother.
[29] reported mastitic isolates from camel milk to be more susceptible to Gentamicin and Tetracycline.