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Synonyms for colostrum

milky fluid secreted for the first day or two after parturition


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Uptake of colostral immunoglobulins by the compromised newborn farm animal.
1995) evaluated the effect selenium supplementation on specific antibodies against lysozyme, results showed that colostral antibodies were higher in selenium supplemented groups.
Genetic variability in exon 2 of Beta-2 Microglobulin (B2M) gene in buffaloes and its association with colostral IgG concentration in National symposium on "Policy Planning for Livelihood Security through Domestic Animal Biodiversity" on 11-12 Feb, 2016.
Individual variation in the composition of colostrum and absorption of colostral antibodies by the precolostral buffalo calf.
To avoid the analysis of milk during the colostral period, sampling did not begin until the 3rd week of kidding
Commonly used additives in the maintenance cell culture medium are fetal calf serum (FCS), goat serum, horse serum, allontoic fluid, colostral whey, oval albumin, etc.
Vaccines exist for some of the causes and being able to use the correct vaccine in the cow is a valuable tool in boosting colostral protection.
This finding is likely to be caused by the decrease of colostral protection.
The majority of these calves developed the disease or demonstrated severe blood changes, supporting the theory for colostral involvement.
CONCLUSIONS: Treatment with antirotavirus immunoglobulin of bovine colostral origin is effective in the management of children with acute rotavirus diarrhea.
Colonisation state and colostral immunity to Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae of different parity sows.