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  • Create lifelong immunity starting with the newborn calf ...

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002Immune support products can help mitigate day-to-day stress and promote optimal performance and lifetime success. Consider implementing an immune support product that is soluble in milk or milk replacer, helps to directly support the calf's immune system, maintains gut integrity and further develops the calf into a ruminant animal.

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  • Passive Immunity in Newborn Calves

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002If the serum IgG concentration exceeds some critical level, then the calf is thought to be relatively well protected against pathogens. The critical level for determining failure of passive transfer of immunity (FPT) is usually considered at 10 g/L (1,000 mg/dl), although some researchers have used other threshold serum IgG concentrations. Calves

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  • Enhancement of passive immunity with maternal vaccine ...

    The effects of a maternal vaccine against newborn calf diarrhea associated with group A bovine rotavirus (BRV), bovine coronavirus (BCV), bovine parvovirus and K99 Escherichia coli (E. coli) were examined on a beef cow-calf herd. After vaccination, serum …

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  • Transfer of Immunity From Colostrum to the Newborn Calf ...

    TRANSFER OF IMMUNITY FROM COLOSTRUM TO THE NEWBORN CALF The relations of the globulins of colostrum to the composition of the serum proteins and to the passive immunity of the newborn calf have been the subjects of a variety of invest,igations during the past three decades. E.Jameson, C. Alvarez-Tostado, and H. H. Sortor (Proc. Xoc. Ezp. Biol. Med. 51, 163 (1942)) and …

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  • Mucosal immune response in newborn Holstein calves that ...

    Objective: To determine whether maternally derived antibodies interfere with the mucosal immune response following intranasal (IN) vaccination of newborn calves with a multivalent modified-live virus vaccine. Design: Randomized controlled clinical trial. Animals: 23 newborn Holstein bull calves. Procedures: Calves received colostrum and were assigned to group A (unvaccinated control …

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  • Benchmarking passive transfer of immunity and growth in ...

    On the 10 farms that made changes to improve calf growth, ADG improved from 0.66 ± 0.09 kg/d before benchmarking to 0.72 ± 0.08 kg/d after making the management changes. Increases in ADG were greatest in the early milk-feeding period, averaging 0.13 kg/d higher than pre-benchmarking values for calves ≤35 d of age.

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  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein hydrolysate versus Fermosorb for treatment/prophylaxis of newborn calf colibacillosis December 2003 FEMS Immunology & …

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  • Changes in the concentrations of serum proteins in calves ...

    2020-4-8u2002·u2002The harvested blood serum was dispensed into plastic tubes and stored at –20°C until analysed. 2.2. Laboratory analyses In blood serum the concentrations of total proteins (TP, g/l) and serum protein fractions were analysed. Figure 1. Electrophoreograms in a calf showing the protein fractionation into six fractions: albumin, α 1-, α 2-, β ...

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  • Adjuvant activity of Chinese herbal polysaccharides in ...

    2012-4-1u2002·u2002BHK-21 cells were routinely maintained in the laboratory under Dulbecco's Minimum Essential Medium (GIBCO) supplemented with 2% newborn calf serum, 100 U/mL of penicillin G, and 100 g/mL of streptomycin and passaged when cells were confluent. The rabies challenge virus standard (CVS-11) was used in the neutralization test to determine the ...

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  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    2003-11-1u2002·u2002The effects of newborn calf colibacillosis antimicrobial treatment with TCH or Fermosorb on hematological indices and daily weight gain of cured animals 2 days after the end of treatment are shown in Table 2.The data show better results in the TCH-treated than in the Fermosorb-treated calves; the differences in hemoglobin and hematocrit levels, total protein, γ-globulin and sulfhydryl group ...

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  • Create lifelong immunity starting with the newborn calf ...

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002Immune support products can help mitigate day-to-day stress and promote optimal performance and lifetime success. Consider implementing an immune support product that is soluble in milk or milk replacer, helps to directly support the calf's immune system, maintains gut integrity and further develops the calf into a ruminant animal.

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  • Passive Immunity in Newborn Calves

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002If the serum IgG concentration exceeds some critical level, then the calf is thought to be relatively well protected against pathogens. The critical level for determining failure of passive transfer of immunity (FPT) is usually considered at 10 g/L (1,000 mg/dl), although some researchers have used other threshold serum IgG concentrations. Calves

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  • Enhancement of passive immunity with maternal vaccine ...

    The effects of a maternal vaccine against newborn calf diarrhea associated with group A bovine rotavirus (BRV), bovine coronavirus (BCV), bovine parvovirus and K99 Escherichia coli (E. coli) were examined on a beef cow-calf herd. After vaccination, serum or colostrum antibody titers to BRV, BCV and …

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  • Transfer of Immunity From Colostrum to the Newborn Calf ...

    TRANSFER OF IMMUNITY FROM COLOSTRUM TO THE NEWBORN CALF The relations of the globulins of colostrum to the composition of the serum proteins and to the passive immunity of the newborn calf have been the subjects of a variety of invest,igations during the past three decades. E.Jameson, C. Alvarez-Tostado, and H. H. Sortor (Proc. Xoc. Ezp. Biol. Med. 51, 163 (1942)) and C. …

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  • Mucosal immune response in newborn Holstein calves that ...

    Objective: To determine whether maternally derived antibodies interfere with the mucosal immune response following intranasal (IN) vaccination of newborn calves with a multivalent modified-live virus vaccine. Design: Randomized controlled clinical trial. Animals: 23 newborn Holstein bull calves. Procedures: Calves received colostrum and were assigned to group A (unvaccinated control calves ...

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  • Benchmarking passive transfer of immunity and growth in ...

    On the 10 farms that made changes to improve calf growth, ADG improved from 0.66 ± 0.09 kg/d before benchmarking to 0.72 ± 0.08 kg/d after making the management changes. Increases in ADG were greatest in the early milk-feeding period, averaging 0.13 kg/d higher than pre-benchmarking values for calves ≤35 d of age.

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  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein hydrolysate versus Fermosorb for treatment/prophylaxis of newborn calf colibacillosis December 2003 FEMS Immunology & …

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  • Changes in the concentrations of serum proteins in

    2020-4-8u2002·u2002The harvested blood serum was dispensed into plastic tubes and stored at –20°C until analysed. 2.2. Laboratory analyses In blood serum the concentrations of total proteins (TP, g/l) and serum protein fractions were analysed. Figure 1. Electrophoreograms in a calf showing the protein fractionation into six fractions: albumin, α 1-, α 2-, β ...

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  • Adjuvant activity of Chinese herbal polysaccharides in ...

    2012-4-1u2002·u2002BHK-21 cells were routinely maintained in the laboratory under Dulbecco's Minimum Essential Medium (GIBCO) supplemented with 2% newborn calf serum, 100 U/mL of penicillin G, and 100 g/mL of streptomycin and passaged when cells were confluent. The rabies challenge virus standard (CVS-11) was used in the neutralization test to determine the ...

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  • No, Covaxin Does Not Contain Cow: Here's The Truth

    2021-6-16u2002·u2002No, Covaxin does not contain newborn calf serum at all. The ill-intended comments regarding cow slaughter over Covaxin, are not only detrimental to the fight against the coronavirus, but also ...

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  • Investigation of total immunoglobulin G concentration ...

    2020-9-29u2002·u2002Camels belong to a group of animals, where the structure of placenta does not allow intrauterine transfer of maternal immunoglobulins to the fetus and maternal immunity is exclusively transferred by colostrum to the newborn calf. There are few studies on the passive transfer of maternal immunity in the dromedary camel. This study determined total immunoglobulin G concentration, heavy …

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  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein hydrolysate versus Fermosorb for treatment/prophylaxis of newborn calf colibacillosis December 2003 FEMS Immunology & …

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  • Oral Bovine Serum Concentrate Improves Cryptosporidial ...

    2002-3-1u2002·u2002Animals and challenge. Experimental bull calves (n = 32, approximately 50 kg), isolated at birth from the herd and fed colostrum by the vendor farm, were obtained by 2 d of age.The basic calf …

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  • Innate immunity of the newborn: basic mechanisms and ...

    The neonatal immune system faces a number of unique immunological challenges as the newborn moves from the sterile intra–uterine environment to a world rich in foreign antigens. How does the ...

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  • Effect of orally administered duodenal fluid on serum ...

    Effect of orally administered duodenal fluid on serum proteins in neonatal calves. James RE, Polan CE. This study was to determine if orally administered duodenal fluid, as a source of intestinal microorganisms, would influence absorption of gamma-globulin of colostrum in newborn calves.

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  • Effect of Orally Administered Duodenal Fluid on Serum ...

    1978-10-1u2002·u2002Effect of Orally Administered Duodenal Fluid on Serum Proteins in Neonatal Calves R. E. JAMES and C. E. POLAN Department of Dairy Science Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg 24061 ABSTRACT This study was to determine if orally administered duodenal fluid, as a source of intestinal microorganisms, would influ- ence absorption of v-globulin of colos- trum in newborn ...

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  • (PDF) Newborn calf welfare: A review focusing on mortality ...

    The most important reasons for death were digestive tract disorders (58% of all deaths, 95% CI: 52-64%) followed by respiratory diseases (13% of all deaths, 95% CI: 9-17%). Calves exposed to ...

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  • Herd Immunity - an overview

    Herd immunity can be measured: 1. Indirectly from the age distribution and incidence pattern of the disease if it is clinically distinct and reasonably common. This is an insensitive and inadequate method for infections that manifest subclinically. 2. Directly from assessments of immunity in defined population groups by antibody surveys (sero-epidemiology) or skin tests; these may show ...

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  • Pneumococcal responses are similar in Papua New

    2017-10-13u2002·u2002Trial design In an earlier trial, Papua New Guinean (PNG) children at high risk of pneumococcal disease were randomized to receive 0 or 3 doses of 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV7), followed by a single dose of 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPV23) at 9 months of age. We here studied in a non-randomized follow-up trial the persistence of pneumococcal immunity …

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  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    2003-11-1u2002·u2002The effects of newborn calf colibacillosis antimicrobial treatment with TCH or Fermosorb on hematological indices and daily weight gain of cured animals 2 days after the end of treatment are shown in Table 2.The data show better results in the TCH-treated than in the Fermosorb-treated calves; the differences in hemoglobin and hematocrit levels, total protein, γ-globulin and sulfhydryl group ...

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  • Create lifelong immunity starting with the newborn calf ...

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002Immune support products can help mitigate day-to-day stress and promote optimal performance and lifetime success. Consider implementing an immune support product that is soluble in milk or milk replacer, helps to directly support the calf's immune system, maintains gut integrity and further develops the calf into a ruminant animal.

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  • Passive Immunity in Newborn Calves

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002If the serum IgG concentration exceeds some critical level, then the calf is thought to be relatively well protected against pathogens. The critical level for determining failure of passive transfer of immunity (FPT) is usually considered at 10 g/L (1,000 mg/dl), although some researchers have used other threshold serum IgG concentrations. Calves

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  • Enhancement of passive immunity with maternal vaccine ...

    The effects of a maternal vaccine against newborn calf diarrhea associated with group A bovine rotavirus (BRV), bovine coronavirus (BCV), bovine parvovirus and K99 Escherichia coli (E. coli) were examined on a beef cow-calf herd. After vaccination, serum or colostrum antibody titers to BRV, BCV and …

    Get Price
  • Transfer of Immunity From Colostrum to the Newborn Calf ...

    TRANSFER OF IMMUNITY FROM COLOSTRUM TO THE NEWBORN CALF The relations of the globulins of colostrum to the composition of the serum proteins and to the passive immunity of the newborn calf have been the subjects of a variety of invest,igations during the past three decades. E.Jameson, C. Alvarez-Tostado, and H. H. Sortor (Proc. Xoc. Ezp. Biol. Med. 51, 163 (1942)) and C. …

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  • Mucosal immune response in newborn Holstein calves that ...

    Objective: To determine whether maternally derived antibodies interfere with the mucosal immune response following intranasal (IN) vaccination of newborn calves with a multivalent modified-live virus vaccine. Design: Randomized controlled clinical trial. Animals: 23 newborn Holstein bull calves. Procedures: Calves received colostrum and were assigned to group A (unvaccinated control calves ...

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  • Benchmarking passive transfer of immunity and growth in ...

    On the 10 farms that made changes to improve calf growth, ADG improved from 0.66 ± 0.09 kg/d before benchmarking to 0.72 ± 0.08 kg/d after making the management changes. Increases in ADG were greatest in the early milk-feeding period, averaging 0.13 kg/d higher than pre-benchmarking values for calves ≤35 d of age.

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  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein hydrolysate versus Fermosorb for treatment/prophylaxis of newborn calf colibacillosis December 2003 FEMS Immunology & …

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  • Changes in the concentrations of serum proteins in

    2020-4-8u2002·u2002The harvested blood serum was dispensed into plastic tubes and stored at –20°C until analysed. 2.2. Laboratory analyses In blood serum the concentrations of total proteins (TP, g/l) and serum protein fractions were analysed. Figure 1. Electrophoreograms in a calf showing the protein fractionation into six fractions: albumin, α 1-, α 2-, β ...

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  • Adjuvant activity of Chinese herbal polysaccharides in ...

    2012-4-1u2002·u2002BHK-21 cells were routinely maintained in the laboratory under Dulbecco's Minimum Essential Medium (GIBCO) supplemented with 2% newborn calf serum, 100 U/mL of penicillin G, and 100 g/mL of streptomycin and passaged when cells were confluent. The rabies challenge virus standard (CVS-11) was used in the neutralization test to determine the ...

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  • Passive Immunity in Newborn Calves - Iowa State

    2016-11-23u2002·u2002calf is thought to be relatively well protected against pathogens. The critical level for determining failure of passive transfer (FPT) is usually <10 g/L. Calves with <10 g/L of IgG of serum are at greater risk of disease. Of course, the concentration of serum IgG is a continuum of risk – that is, calves with <10.1 g of IgG/L of serum are not at

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  • No, Covaxin Does Not Contain Cow: Here's The Truth

    2021-6-16u2002·u2002No, Covaxin does not contain newborn calf serum at all. The ill-intended comments regarding cow slaughter over Covaxin, are not only detrimental to the fight against the coronavirus, but also ...

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  • Frontiers

    Newborn calves are agammaglobulinemic and rely for their first immune protection almost completely on the transfer of immune constituents via colostrum. Inadequate colostrum management practices such as on-farm colostrum storage practices and colostrum feeding methods could affect immune components in colostrum and subsequently immune status of the newborn calf.

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  • Factors Associated with Colostrum Quality and Effects on ...

    2017-4-5u2002·u2002birth, a blood sample of each calf was collected. Blood samples were centrifuged (10 minutes, 10 9 g) and the serum was sepa-rated. Colostrum and serum samples were kept frozen ( 20°C) until analyzed in the laboratory. A questionnaire was designed to assess risk factors potentially associated with colostrum quality and passive transfer of immunity

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  • Revisiting the Role of Neutralizing Antibodies in Mother ...

    the uncoated sites were saturated with PBS containing 2% new-born calf serum (NBCS) for 1 h at 370C (200 pL/well). After 3 washes with PBS-TW, 100 1L of the mothers' serum, diluted in 0.01 mol/L PBS containing 0.75 mol/L NaCl, 10% NBCS, and 0.05% Tween 20 (PBS-TW-NBCS), was added to the wells and incubated for 1 h at 200C. Preliminary studies ...

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  • Antibacterial host defense: in vitro interaction of ...

    The bactericidal capacity against S aureus of cells from newborn calves incubated with unheated serum from newborn calves did not differ from heated serum from adult cattle. However, there was a difference with E coli. The reasons for this phenomenon have not been determined, but may relate to natural, specific immunity of the neonate.

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  • Vaccines - Zoetis

    Build a strong immune system. Scours and other digestive problems are the leading cause of calf death and sickness in pre-weaned calves. 1 Vaccinating dry cows with ScourGuard ® 4KC three to six weeks before freshening offers scours prevention before birth, by enhancing colostrum and boosting calf immunity against scours pathogens.

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  • Prevalence of failure of passive transfer of immunity in ...

    Total 65 calves were divided into two groups i.e. failure of transfer of passive immunity (FTPI) calves had <10 mg/ml of serum IgG and adequate transfer of passive immunity (ATPI) calves had >10 ...

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  • Cold Stress And Newborn Calves - The Beef Site

    Once the calf has been warmed, provide colostrum and maintain body temperature. When the calf is warm and the situation has stabilised, move it back to its mother. Cold stress in newborn calves is inevitable in South Dakota. However, by using sound management practices, you can improve newborn calf survival and health. March 2010

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  • Veterinarian's Corner: Enhancing Gut Immune Function to ...

    2020-1-28u2002·u2002Veterinarian's Corner: Enhancing Gut Immune Function to Prevent Calf Respiratory Disease Posted on January 28th, 2020 in Starting Strong - Calf Care …

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  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    2003-11-1u2002·u2002The effects of newborn calf colibacillosis antimicrobial treatment with TCH or Fermosorb on hematological indices and daily weight gain of cured animals 2 days after the end of treatment are shown in Table 2.The data show better results in the TCH-treated than in the Fermosorb-treated calves; the differences in hemoglobin and hematocrit levels, total protein, γ …

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  • Create lifelong immunity starting with the newborn calf ...

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002Immune support products can help mitigate day-to-day stress and promote optimal performance and lifetime success. Consider implementing an immune support product that is soluble in milk or milk replacer, helps to directly support the calf's immune system, maintains gut integrity and further develops the calf into a ruminant animal.

    Get Price
  • Passive Immunity in Newborn Calves

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002If the serum IgG concentration exceeds some critical level, then the calf is thought to be relatively well protected against pathogens. The critical level for determining failure of passive transfer of immunity (FPT) is usually considered at 10 g/L (1,000 mg/dl), although some researchers have used other threshold serum IgG concentrations. Calves

    Get Price
  • Enhancement of passive immunity with maternal vaccine ...

    The effects of a maternal vaccine against newborn calf diarrhea associated with group A bovine rotavirus (BRV), bovine coronavirus (BCV), bovine parvovirus and K99 Escherichia coli (E. coli) were examined on a beef cow-calf herd. After vaccination, serum …

    Get Price
  • Transfer of Immunity From Colostrum to the Newborn Calf ...

    TRANSFER OF IMMUNITY FROM COLOSTRUM TO THE NEWBORN CALF The relations of the globulins of colostrum to the composition of the serum proteins and to the passive immunity of the newborn calf have been the subjects of a variety of invest,igations during the past three decades. E.Jameson, C. Alvarez-Tostado, and H. H. Sortor (Proc. Xoc. Ezp. Biol. Med. 51, 163 (1942)) and …

    Get Price
  • Mucosal immune response in newborn Holstein calves that ...

    Objective: To determine whether maternally derived antibodies interfere with the mucosal immune response following intranasal (IN) vaccination of newborn calves with a multivalent modified-live virus vaccine. Design: Randomized controlled clinical trial. Animals: 23 newborn Holstein bull calves. Procedures: Calves received colostrum and were assigned to group A (unvaccinated control …

    Get Price
  • Benchmarking passive transfer of immunity and growth in ...

    On the 10 farms that made changes to improve calf growth, ADG improved from 0.66 ± 0.09 kg/d before benchmarking to 0.72 ± 0.08 kg/d after making the management changes. Increases in ADG were greatest in the early milk-feeding period, averaging 0.13 kg/d higher than pre-benchmarking values for calves ≤35 d of age.

    Get Price
  • Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein ...

    Non-specific immunity-enhancing effects of tryptic casein hydrolysate versus Fermosorb for treatment/prophylaxis of newborn calf colibacillosis December 2003 FEMS Immunology & …

    Get Price
  • Changes in the concentrations of serum proteins in calves ...

    2020-4-8u2002·u2002The harvested blood serum was dispensed into plastic tubes and stored at –20°C until analysed. 2.2. Laboratory analyses In blood serum the concentrations of total proteins (TP, g/l) and serum protein fractions were analysed. Figure 1. Electrophoreograms in a calf showing the protein fractionation into six fractions: albumin, α 1-, α 2-, β ...

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  • Adjuvant activity of Chinese herbal polysaccharides in ...

    2012-4-1u2002·u2002BHK-21 cells were routinely maintained in the laboratory under Dulbecco's Minimum Essential Medium (GIBCO) supplemented with 2% newborn calf serum, 100 U/mL of penicillin G, and 100 g/mL of streptomycin and passaged when cells were confluent. The rabies challenge virus standard (CVS-11) was used in the neutralization test to determine the ...

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