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Topical Collection "Mastitis in Dairy Ruminants"
A topical collection in Pathogens (ISSN 2076-0817).Viewed by 53168
Interests: goat; health management; mastitis; milk quality; sheep
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Special Issue in Microorganisms: Pathogen Transmission among Animals and Humans: A One Health Approach
Special Issue in Microorganisms: Biopathology of Microbial Infections 2.0
Special Issue in Dairy: Feeding Management for Improved Health and Welfare in Small Ruminants
Interests: veterinary infectious diseases; veterinary immunodiagnostics; animal and microbial proteomics; dairy ruminant mastitis; animal microbiome
Topical Collection Information
Mastitis, which occurs as the result of intramammary infections by various bacteria, is an important disease of dairy ruminants. It is responsible for significant financial problems in cattle, sheep, goat and buffalo farms and it also adversely hampers the welfare of the affected animals; further, the mastitis causal bacteria have are significant public health hazards. The collection will cover all aspects of mastitis: aetiology (including bacterial studies), welfare, epidemiology, pathogenesis, control, zoonotic aspects. The collection will comprise systematic and opinionated reviews, as well as original manuscripts describing field, laboratory or animal experimental work.
Prof. Dr. George Fthenakis
Prof. Dr. Maria Filippa Addis
Manuscript Submission Information
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