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Administration of bovine somatotropin (bST) to lactating cows results in an increase in milk production from 10 to 1�%. While physiological mechanisms involved in bST administration are well known, there is limited knowledge about the mechanisms that regulate the bST action at genetic level. For this reason, a microarray e�periment was conducted to identify differentially e�pressed genes when bST is given to milking cows. Si�teen high-density microarrays for cattle, each containing 18,2��� genedoi:10.4081/ijas.2009.s2.78 fatcat:4ucwa2xd6fg2zc5gxiycfxyknm