somatotropin


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The provincial government issued an official notification saying, 'in exercise of the powers conferred under Section 144 (6) of the CrPC imposed (a) complete ban on sale/purchase and usage of cattle milk enhancement injections ie bovine somatotropin (RBST) and other related drugs throughout Sindh with immediate effect till further orders.
Bulls treated with recombinant bovine somatotropin (rbST) revealed higher pre and post freezing sperm motility as compared to control bulls (22).
rBST, or recombinant bovine somatotropin, is a genetically engineered artificial growth hormone used to make cows produce more milk.
Some cheese packages state that the milk the product contains is "not from cows treated with rBST," or recombinant bovine somatotropin (growth) hormone, also known as rBGH.
Use of bovine somatotropin (bST) in management of growing heifers y transition cows to improve growth and Milk production.
Aaron, Nitrogen Metabolism and Somatotropin Secretion in Lambs Receiving Arginine and Ornithine Via Abomasal Infusion, J.
ClickPress, Wed Apr 15 2015] Human growth hormone, also known as somatotropin, is a peptide with 191 amino acids and 2 sulfhydryl bridges.
The FDA could provide guidance about the use of specific terms such as "GMO free" or "Non-GM verified," along with specifying the paperwork that is required to document such a claim, just as the agency did years ago for dairy products from cows not treated with the protein bovine somatotropin, better known as rBST.
Effects of bovine somatotropin and thyroid hormone levels, body weight gain, and mohair fiber growth of Angora goats.
Presence of thyroxine deiodinases in mammary gland: Possible modulation of the enzyme-deiodinating activity by somatotropin.
Acute effects of short-term feed deprivation and refeeding on circulating concentrations of metabolites, insulin-like growth factor i, insulin-like growth factor binding proteins, somatotropin, and thyroid hormones in adult geldings.
Somatotropin (or growth hormone; GH) is known to enhance the transport of amino acids across cell membranes, and also induces the release of fatty acids from adipose tissue, thus increasing the fatty acid concentration in body fluids.
Roller cited an overturned Vermont law requiring dairy farmers to disclose use of recombinant bovine somatotropin (rBST) in producing milk products.
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