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Additional file 1 of Cows with diverging haplotypes show differences in differential milk cell count, milk parameters and vaginal temperature after S. aureus challenge but not after E. coli challenge

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posted on 2024-05-15, 04:02 authored by Katharina Müller-Langhans, Lisa Oberberger, Yury Zablotski, Susanne Engelmann, Martina Hoedemaker, Christa Kühn, Hans-Joachim Schuberth, Holm Zerbe, Wolfram Petzl, Marie Margarete Meyerholz-Wohllebe
Additional file 1: Additional Figure 1. DMCC of quarter milk samples of differentially challenged udder quarters. Illustration of the Bayesian model including logarithmized number [cells/ml] of polymorphonuclear neutrophils (PMN), somatic cell count (SCC), lymphoid cells, large cells, vital and non-vital cells in milk of challenged (one/two quarter/s), versus non-infected (one quarter), versus control quarters (one quarter, treated with saline solution 0.9%) of uniparous cows challenged with Escherichia coli (E. coli) in one udder quarter for 24 hours or with Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) in two udder quarters for 96 hours. The dataset includes n = 35 cows, distributed as follows: E. coli challenge: n = 11 and S. aureus challenge: n = 24. Model predictions are presented as 80% and 95% confidence intervals of the mean. Differences between non-infected, control and infected quarters are indicated with * if p < 0.05 and with ** if p < 0.01 and *** if p < 0.001. Significant differences between the haplotype groups (Q vs. q), pathogen groups (E. coli vs. S. aureus) as well as differences over time relative to challenge are not shown.


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