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Studies on proteins from bovine colostrum; the homologous and heterologous transfer of ingested protein to the blood stream of the young animal
Journal of Biological Chemistry
It has been adequately demonstrated that the new-born calf and kid acquire antibody proteins from ingested colostrum (1). These immune proteins appear in the blood stream of the young animal in a form immunologically indistinguishable from that in the colostrum (1). This apparent passage of intact protein through the gastrointestinal tract of the calf and kid is characteristic of the first few days of life (1, 2). The proteins of colostrum whey of the cow, goat, and pig are similar in that thepmid:18149986 fatcat:pc6ui53q3jeejhryg7o7v6tf2e