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Title of Thesis

Therapeutic Efficacy of an Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid Alone and in Combination with Antibiotics for the Treatment of Clinical and Sub-Clinical Bubaline Mastitis.

Author(s)

TANVEER AHMAD

Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, University Of Agriculture, Faisalabad.
Session
2009
Subject
Clinical Medicine and Surgery
Number of Pages
206
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Therapeutic Efficacy of an Aluminium Hydroxide, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacterin-Toxoid, Dairy Buffalo, Mastitis Therapy,Vaccinal Organisms

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1 0 CONTENTS

 

 
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INTRODUCTION

 

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3 2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

2.1 Significance of Buffalo as a Dairy Animal

2.2 Mastitis in Dairy Buffaloes

2.3 Mastitis Therapy

2.4 Alternative Therapies in Mastitis

2.5 Vaccination Against Mastitis

2.6 Designs of Trial of Mastitis Therapy

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4 3 MATERIALS AND METHODS

3.1 Isolation, Identification and Bio-Characterization of Vaccinal Organisms

3.2 Determination of Pathogenicity, Antibiotic Susceptibility and Immunogenicity of Vaccinal Organisms

3.3 Preparation of Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted s. Aureus and str. Agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid

3.4 Quality Control of Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted s. Aureus and str. Agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid and its

      Evaluation in Rabbits

3.5 Field Evaluation of Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted s. Aureus and str. Agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid Alone and in

      Combination with Antibiotics in the Treatment of Subclinical and Clinical Mastitis

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5 4 RESULTS

4.1 Isolation, Identification and Bio-Characterization of Vaccinal Organisms

4.2 Pathogenicity, Antibiotic Susceptibility and Immunogenicity of Vaccinal Organisms

4.3 Preparation of Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted S. aureus and Str. Agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid

4.4 Quality Control of Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted S. aureus and Str. agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid and its

      Evaluation in Rabbits

4.5 Field Evaluation of Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted S. aureus and Str .agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid Alone and in

      Combination with Antibiotics in the Treatment of Clinical and Subclinical Mastitis in Lactating Dairy Buffaloes

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6 5 DISCUSSION

5.1 Mastitis in Dairy Buffaloes and Justification for the use of Polyvalent Vaccine

5.2 Cultural and Biochemical Characterization of Selected Vaccinal S. aureus and Str. Agalactiae Isolates

5.3 Immunogenicity Testing of Vaccinal Isolates

5.4 Antibiotic Susceptibility Profiles of Vaccinal S. aureus and Str. agalactiae Isolates

5.5 Preparation of aluminuim hydroxide adjuvanted S. aureus and Strep. agalactiae bacterin-toxoid

5.6 In Vitro and in Vivo Sterility and Safety Assessment of Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted S. aureus and Strep.

      Agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid

5.7 Evaluation of Experimental Aluminium Hydroxide Adjuvanted S. aureus and Strep. agalactiae Bacterin-Toxoid in

      Rabbits

5.8 Partial Insertion of Intravenous Cannula for Intramammary Therapy in Field

5.9 Clinical and Bacteriological Cure Based odd Ratios of 3 Treatment Protocols

5.10 Cost-Benefit Analysis of 3 Treatment Protocols

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7 6 SUMMARY

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8 7 LITERATURE CITED AND APPENDICES

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