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Monrovia,in cattle.e mastitis could be a vaccine on the way? It is the most common infectious disease in domestic animals -. About one million cases occur each year in the UK. It’s painful, sometimes life-threatening, and costs the dairy industry? 200m each year in lost production and treatments. In the UK alone it is estimated that around 12m doses of antibiotics to control annual and used to treat mastitis in cattle. Now The University of Nottingham, with funding worth second is conducting a study on the most common cause of bovine mastitis in the UK Streptococcus uberis . Identify when researchers can determine which parts of the bacterial infection allowing their results production generation of an effective vaccine. – James Leigh, Professor of Molecular Bacteriology the recently joined the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, said: ‘We hope that bacterial antigens of potential use in vaccines to prevent bovine mastitis detect target and provide a detailed understanding of cause animals can fend off disease.

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