This work evaluated the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE)-inhibitory activities of bovine, ovine, and caprine
kappa-casein macropeptides (CMPs) and their tryptic hydrolysates.
Key words: Embryo, in vitro culture, caprine
, goat, oviduct, estrous synchronization.
Primer pairs used for genotyping of caprine
NOD1 and NLRP9 genes.
The Office International des Epizootic has declared Contagious Caprine
Pleuropneumonia (CCPP) as a noticeable disease.
Comparaison des valeurs nutritives de 85 g de viande caprine
par rapport aux autres viandes -- Source: USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 14.
(2008), who investigated an outbreak that affected 304 caprine
in Parana, where they observed high titers of anti-T gondii antibodies, with a prevalence of 89.1%, positive bioassay of aborted fetuses and characteristic clinical signs.
'We want to ensure that common diseases including Contagious Caprine
Pleuropneumonia, heartwater, sheep and goat pox and acute viral disease become our priority,' Wesonga said.
Although many scientific studies have been conducted on how to best reduce the amount of cholesterol in bovine milk cheeses, research on caprine
milk cheeses has been almost non-existent.
COUNTRYSIDE: All of us who have known the love of our caprine
friends knows how special they can become.
Contagious agalactia, a disease with the involvement of multiple organs, produces systemic infections and is supposed to be among the most serious diseases of small ruminants, produced by mycoplasmas after contagious caprine
pleuropneumonia (CCPP) [1-3].
The package included inter alia a ban on the use of the cloning technique for farm animals in the EU, including bovine, porcine, ovine, caprine
and equine species and a ban on the sale and imports of animal clones and their embryo clones.
To the Editor: Contagious caprine
pleuropneumonia is a severe respiratory disease of goats caused by Mycoplasma capricolum subsp.
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