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Miskelly F G - - 1988
The effect of withholding cows' milk was examined in 487 infants at high risk of allergic disease. Before birth they were randomly allocated either to a control group, most of whom received cows' milk preparations, or to an intervention group, who were offered a soya based substitute. Eczema and wheezing ...
Szenci O - - 1988
The acid-base status of 58 calves (all in normal anterior presentation) was determined from venous blood samples before the onset of traction and immediately after vaginal delivery. Calves were assigned to one of three groups according to their blood pH value: group 1 - normal, pH greater than 7.2; group ...
Brink J T - - 1988
Two trials involving 85 heifers and 67 cows were conducted to determine the effect of estrous cycle stage at the time of Syncro-Mate-B((R)) (SMB) treatment on interval to estrus following implant removal and on conception rate at the synchronized estrus. In Trial 1, 57 beef and 28 dairy heifers were ...
Vogt D W - - 1988
Parakeratosis was diagnosed in 9 Shorthorn beef calves over a 4-year period. When pedigrees of these calves were analyzed, familial associations were strong. Thirty-six coefficients of relationship among all possible combinations of the 9 affected calves ranged from 0.5 to 39.8% and averaged 15.6%. All affected calves were descendants of ...
Lindfors A - - 1988
We prospectively studied the incidence of atopic disease in healthy term infants with a birth weight between -1 and -2 SD who were fed a cow milk formula during the first few days of life. A total of 216 infants were randomized to receive either early feeding with formula before ...
Lifschitz C H - - 1988
A newborn infant developed anaphylactic shock three times, once after ingesting his mother's milk and once after ingesting a formula containing casein hydrolysate. Symptoms resolved after cow's milk was withdrawn from the mother's diet and lactation was resumed. The case demonstrates that anaphylactic shock may occur in breast-fed infants and ...
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The diagnosis of Cow's Milk Protein Allergy was considered in 303 infants aged less than 1 year, who presented with one or more of the following symptoms: acute reaction related to cow's milk proteins (CMP) ingestion, severe colics, persisting vomiting, protracted diarrhea with or without blood and mucus, failure to ...
MacCluer J W - - 1988
We have analysed the effects of ELA alleles and sire-dam ELA incompatibility on two measures of fertility, gestation length and foaling rate, in American Standardbred horses. Using multivariate statistical methods, we corrected for the effects of confounding factors such as dam and sire age, parity, inbreeding, and sire-dam kinship. These ...
Hager C - - 1987
The object of this study was to ascertain the frequency of postinfectious cow's milk protein hypersensitivity (CMPH). Twenty-four infants less than 3 months old were included in the study. Following hospitalization for acute gastroenteritis, the infants were given a protein hydrolysate formula for a period of 6 weeks, after which ...
Bellows R A - - 1987
Results are summarized of necropsy findings from 798 calves lost from birth to weaning over a 15-yr period. Autopsies determined cause of death and ascertained anatomical normalcy of the skeletal, musculature and organ systems and functinal status of the lungs. Of the 798 calves, 77.7% were anatomically normal and 22.3% ...
Neville W E WE - - 1987
A 2-yr study was conducted to compare the subsequent cow breeding and calf performance of cows that were nonpregnant with cows that were pregnant at the time calves were weaned. Cows were Angus (A), Polled Hereford (PH), Santa Gertrudis (SG) straightbreds and crossbreds of these breeds. Nonpregnant cows (G1) were ...
Bolton R C - - 1987
Performance to weaning was evaluated on 489 spring-born and 416 fall-born crossbred calves of three proportions of Brahman breeding (0, 1/4 and 1/2 Brahman) over a 3-yr period. The calves were produced by appropriate matings of Angus (A), Hereford (H), Brahman (B), 1/2B-1/2A and 1/2B-1/2H bulls to Angus and Hereford ...
Bolton R C - - 1987
Postweaning growth, sexual development and reproductive traits were evaluated over a 3-yr period on 201 spring-born and 180 fall-born crossbred heifers with 0, 1/4 or 1/2 Brahman breeding. The proportion of Brahman breeding X season of birth interaction was significant for five traits (average daily gain weaning to yearling, yearling ...
Deschuytere A - - 1987
Cow's milk of different lactation stages and of different seasons was analysed for its vitamin E and selenium contents. The concentrations of these nutrients vary with the lactation stage as well as with the sampling period. The results are compared with corresponding values for human milk. Cow's milk has appreciatly ...
Kahn A - - 1987
To confirm that sleeplessness in infants can be related to an undiagnosed allergy to cow's milk proteins, 71 infants were studied. Group I consisted of 20 infants referred for chronic insomnia that had appeared in the early days of life. Group II was made up of 31 infants admitted for ...
Helms I - - 1987
Concentrations of IgG and IgM antibodies to casein, beta-lactoglobulin, lactalbumin and bovine serum albumin (BSA) in sera of premature infants of less than 36 weeks gestation, at 5 weeks of age, were less than in age-matched term infants. At 6 months of age IgG antibodies to BSA in preterms were ...
Baudon J J - - 1987
The lymphoblastic stimulation test (LST) with cow's milk proteins was performed in 114 infants. In 42 infants, digestive intolerance to cow's milk proteins (CMI) was suspected; withdrawal-rechallenge test confirmed intolerance in 34, and disproved it in the other eight patients. Of the other patients, 17 had acute gastroenteritis, 11 had ...
Weaver L T - - 1987
Guinea pigs fed cow's milk within 2 days of birth may acquire tolerance to anaphylactic sensitisation to cow's milk proteins. Appreciable amounts of beta-lactoglobulin may be detected in their blood, in contrast with animals receiving cow's milk later than this age. Uptake of beta-lactoglobulin from the gut to circulation ceases ...
Norman H D - - 1987
Effect of nonrandomness of bulls' mates on daughter milk yield was examined from first lactation records of cows with birth dates in 1965 and later. Results were based on 67,081 Ayrshire, 77,633 Brown Swiss, 241,486 Guernsey, 1,433,761 Holstein, 291,201 Jersey, and 10,465 Milking Shorthorn records. Extent of assortative mating was ...
Comerford J W - - 1987
Calving and weaning rates, birth weight, calving ease, and 24-h calf survival were evaluated in a four-breed diallel of Simmental (S), Limousin (L), Polled Hereford (H) and Brahman (B) beef cattle in five calf crops. Limousin dams tended to have the highest calving and weaning rates because they were able ...
Nagayama Y - - 1987
Allergic predisposition among infants with bronchiolitis was examined. The number of infants with serum IgE exceeding mean +1 SD was 31/70 (44.3%). The rate of positive radioallergosorbent test (RAST) scores of 1 or more to mites, egg white, or milk was 31/71 (43.7%) and that of scores over 2 was ...
Powell R L - - 1986
Phenotypic and genetic measures of milk yield were compared for sire-identified registered and grade Holsteins in the United States. First lactation registered cows produced more milk within herd than did grades. Grades were culled more intensely than registered cows, resulting in higher average yield by maturity for remaining grades than ...
Murray K E - - 1986
The free primary amines present in the faeces of 44 infants (1-18 months) with gastroenteritis have been examined by field desorption mass spectrometry of the lactone form of their fluorescamine derivatives without their prior separation. p-Tyramine, 2-phenylethylamine, the diamines, putrescine and cadaverine and several of their acyl derivatives were common ...
Cant A J - - 1986
Thirty seven breast fed infants with eczema were studied to see whether changes in their mothers' diets affected their skin condition. Nineteen mothers and babies took part in a double blind crossover trial of exclusion of egg and cows' milk, and 18 took part in open exclusion of 11 foods ...
Stromberg P C - - 1986
Naive and previously exposed young Hereford cattle were infested with Psoroptes ovis and maintained in stanchions for 7 weeks. Skin biopsy samples were examined at 1, 2, 5, and 7 weeks after infestation was induced, compared with those from noninfested control calves, and correlated with changes in the mite populations ...
Chapman H W - - 1986
A nonsurgical method for passing a tube into the abomasum of young calves was developed. The tube described may be used for infusion into, or sampling from, the abomasum. The tube was successfully passed into the abomasum of all eight calves used. In two calves two to four days old ...
Musah A I - - 1986
Purified porcine relaxin was administered into the cervical os on Day 278 of gestation to determine its effects on pelvic development in three genetically selected frame sizes of primiparous beef heifers. Heifers were categorized as small, medium and large frame based upon their genetic composition. Pelvic height, pelvic width and ...
Khoshoo V - - 1986
The leucocyte migration inhibition (LMI) was determined in an assay after in vitro challenge with beta-lactoglobulin. The assay was considered positive when migration inhibition index was greater than 20% (mean +3 SD of healthy infants). Ninety-eight infants with protracted diarrhoea and failure to thrive, 16 healthy, 12 malnourished, and 16 ...
Salazar de Sousa J - - 1986
Intestinal biopsy is an essential procedure in the diagnosis of cow's milk protein-sensitive enteropathy. The number and timing of biopsies, however, is still controversial. Twenty-two infants who were clinically suspected of having cow's milk protein intolerance were put on a milk-free diet, during which they all improved. In the first ...
Morris C A - - 1986
Calf mortality data were summarized from four experiments, including a total of 15,694 birth records over 39 herd-years. Two experiments at Waikite and Waikeria were long-term, straightbred Angus and Hereford selection trials and the other two, at Goudies and Tokanui stations, were comparisons of 11 sire breeds mated to Angus ...
Avni E F - - 1986
A new sonographic pattern is described that has been found in eight infants having syndromes associated with malabsorption. Five infants had hepatobiliary disease and three infants had transient or permanent cow-milk intolerance. In all cases, upper abdominal sonographic examinations revealed hyperechoic tubular and round masses which, most probably, represent small ...
Unruh J A - - 1986
Seventy-two Simmental bull calves were allotted randomly at birth to either a zeranol (Ralgro) implanted (I) treatment or a nonimplanted control (C) group. At birth, bulls assigned to the I treatment were implanted with 36 mg of zeranol and reimplanted at average intervals of 84 d until slaughter. Calves were ...
Ron M - - 1986
Associations among sire and maternal grandsire evaluations for calving difficulty and calf mortality were investigated in the Israeli Holstein population. Primiparous and multiparous calvings were analysed separately. Genetic correlations between calving difficulty and calf mortality were close to unity for primiparous calvings but lower for multiparous calvings. Genetic correlations between ...
van Asperen P P - - 1985
In a prospective study, infants born to atopic parents had a significantly higher prevalence of salivary IgA deficiency at all ages studied than control infants, and the mean non zero IgA level of the potentially atopic infants was significantly lower at 8 and 12 months than of control infants. Of ...
Kahn A - - 1985
A group of eight infants (six boys and two girls, 7 to 46 weeks of age) is reported, in whom a causal relationship between cow's milk allergy and chronic sleeplessness was suspected. They were referred because of waking and crying episodes that had occurred since the early days of life ...
Williamson W D - - 1985
A total of 528 birth and 475 weaning records collected over a 3-yr period were analyzed to evaluate the productivity of several beef cattle breed crosses. The calves were produced by artificial insemination using 17 Brahman, 15 Chianina, 15 Maine Anjou and 16 Simmental sires bred to Angus and Hereford ...
Cant A - - 1985
Forty nine eczematous infants who were still solely and exclusively breast fed and who had never received anything but breast milk were studied for evidence of sensitisation to foods. Thirty four similar infants without eczema formed a control group. The eczematous infants were divided into three groups according to clinical ...
Ostergaard P A - - 1985
Of twenty-five healthy, full term infants without a family history of atopic diseases, 13 were exclusively breast-fed from birth for a minimum of 31/2 months (median 41/2 months), whereas the remaining 12 infants were fed with cow's milk-based formulas from birth for a minimum of 4 months. In the latter ...
Jakobsson I - - 1985
Allergy to cow's milk most commonly give symptoms from the gastrointestinal tract, the skin or the respiratory tract. Here two patients are described, with symptoms not so common. One with cerebral symptoms and the other with enuresis. Infantile colic occurs more or less in about 20% of all infants. We ...
Nadarajah K - - 1985
Growth patterns from birth to maturity were compared for 92 straightbred Herefords (H) and 299 Hereford crossbred (XB) cows. Crossbred cows were out of Hereford dams and were sired by bulls of two British [Angus (A) and Shorthorn (Sh)], two Continental [Charolais (C) and Simmental (S)] and two American dairy ...
Buckwalter J A - - 1985
The ground substance of the intervertebral disc consists primarily of proteoglycans, which give the tissue its stiffness to compression and its resiliency. To investigate the structure and composition of these molecules, we extracted them from human infant nucleus pulposus under associative conditions and from human infant annulus fibrosus and cartilage ...
Mevissen-Verhage E A - - 1985
Faecal specimens from 23 infants during the first week of life were compared. Ten infants received breast milk, six received cow-milk preparation supplemented with iron (+/- 5 mg/l) and seven unfortified cow-milk preparation (iron concentration less than 0.5 mg/l). Those on breast milk had low faecal pH, high counts of ...
Petersen M L - - 1985
Response to selection for milk yield in Holsteins was examined by a controlled selection experiment initiated in 1964. Foundation cows were paired by sire and divided randomly into two breeding groups, selection and control. Selection group was mated to four sires each year highest for Predicted Difference milk. Twenty bulls ...
Mecheri S - - 1985
We have isolated an allergen (Ag Dg1) from Dactylis glomerata pollen which is recognized by the serum of 95% of human patients sensitive to D. glomerata pollen, as has been shown by the nitrocellulose immunoprint technique. After two successive purifications by preparative isoelectric focusing (IEF), Dg1 was characterized as a ...
Foucard T - - 1985
Using strict criteria, the incidence of cow's milk sensitivity is probably 1% to 2% during the first 2 years of life. Although there is a wide spectrum of sensitivity symptoms caused by cow's milk, two major groups of infants are discernible. One group consists of infants who react to small ...
Swischuk L E - - 1985
Four neonates with sudden onset of bloody diarrhea and barium enema findings suggestive of segmental colitis are reported. The infants were not very ill and in all four, the condition was self-limiting. An exact etiology for the condition was not determined but in all of the infants a possible association ...
Granati B - - 1985
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the potential capacity of infant formulae based, respectively, on hydrolyzed casein and on hydrolyzed whey proteins to induce sensitization in guinea pigs. This potential capacity was tested by intravenous challenges with centrifuged formulae and by passive cutaneous anaphylaxis. The results showed ...
Businco L - - 1984
Clinical manifestations of food allergy (FA) include a large variety of symptoms, most of which are gastrointestinal. Among the various clinical conditions, cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA) usually appears during early infancy; therefore, it is predominantly a problem of childhood. As with any type of FA, the diagnosis of CMPA ...
Lucas A - - 1984
Latent systemic anaphylactic sensitisation to cows' milk was assessed in 61 preterm infants who were randomly assigned to receive either a special formula for preterm infants based on cows' milk or banked breast milk or one or other of these as a supplement to maternal milk. A single sample of ...
Trail J C - - 1984
Two series of breed group comparisons for maternal traits were conducted at one location in Kenya. Data were collected on breed group series I for three years (Boran, 1/2 Red Poll-1/2 Boran (1/2 RP-1/2 B), 1/3 Red Poll-2/3 Boran (1/3 RP-2/3 B) and 2/3 Red Poll-1/3 Boran (2/3 RP-1/3 B) ...
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