Articles | Volume 65, issue 4
Original study
08 Dec 2022
Original study |  | 08 Dec 2022

Antibiotic resistance and biofilm formation in Staphylococcus aureus isolated from dairy cows at the stage of subclinical mastitis in northern Kazakhstan

Raushan Rychshanova, Anara Mendybayeva, Bartosz Miciński, Nurlan Mamiyev, Pavel Shevchenko, Zhanaidar Bermukhametov, Bartosz Orzechowski, and Jan Miciński


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Short summary
We show that Staphylococcus aureus isolates obtained from cow milk at the stage of subclinical mastitis were resistant to antibiotics used to treat mastitis. The ability to form biofilms increases the opportunity for the spread of multidrug-resistant strains. S. aureus isolates carried resistance genes, most encoding resistance to β-lactams and tetracyclines. S. aureus in raw milk poses a potential risk of developing foodborne infections and spread of antibiotic resistance between species.