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From: Milk lymphocyte profile and macrophage functions: new insights into the immunity of the mammary gland in quarters infected with Corynebacterium bovis

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Corynebacterium bovis-infected quarters was associated with a higher phagocytosis and intracellular RONS by milk macrophages. Percentage (mean ± standard error) of milk macrophages that produced RONS (A) and phagocytized S. aureus (B) in healthy mammary quarters vs. mammary quarters infected with C. bovis. RONS: reactive oxygen and nitrogen species. Different letters indicated P 0.05

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