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- John D. Lippolis; Devin B. Holman; Brian W. Brunelle; Tyler C. Thacker; Bradley L. Bearson; Timothy A. Reinhardt; Randy E. Sacco; Thomas A. Casey
- Infection and immunity 2018 v.86 no.1 pp. e00566-17
- DNA; Escherichia coli; bacteria; bacterial motility; bovine mastitis; chronic diseases; complement; dairy cattle; gene expression; genomics; operon; phenotype; sequence analysis; transcriptomics
- ... Escherichia coli is a leading cause of bacterial mastitis in dairy cattle. It is most often transient in nature, causing an infection that lasts 2 to 3 days. However, E. coli has been shown to cause a persistent infection in a minority of cases. Mechanisms that allow for a persistent E. coli infection are not fully understood. The goal of this work was to determine differences between E. coli stra ...
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