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Effects of enriching IgG concentration in low- and medium-quality colostrum with colostrum replacer on IgG absorption in newborn Holstein calves

A.J. Lopez, J.Echeverry-Munera, H.McCarthy, A.C. Welboren, A.Pineda, M.Nagorske, D.L.Renaud, M.A.Steele

Feeding colostrum or a 1:1 colostrum:milk mixture for 3 days postnatal increases small intestinal development and minimally influences plasma glucagon-like peptide-2 and serum insulin-like growth factor-1 concentrations in Holstein bull calves Describes how gut development is influenced by PD1; Persistency of IgG in serum also described;

Pyo J, Hare K, Pletts S, Inabu Y, Haines D, Sugino T, Guan LL, Steele M.

Timing of colostrum and impacts on gut microflora

Ma T, O’Hara E, Song Y, Fischer AJ, He Z, Steele MA, Guan LL.

Effect of extended colostrum feeding on plasma glucagon-like peptide-1 concentration in newborn calves

Inabu Y, Pyo J, Pletts S, Guan LL, Steele MA, Sugino T.

Short communication: The effect of delayed colostrum feeding on plasma concentrations of glucagon-like peptide 1 and 2 in newborn calves

Inabu Y, Fischer A, Song Y, Guan LL, Oba M, Steele MA, Sugino T.

Genome wide transcriptome analysis provides bases on colonic mucosal immune system development affected by colostrum feeding strategies in neonatal calves; Talks about effect of day one feeding on Microflora

He Z, Fischer A, Song Y, Steele M, Guan LL.

Oligosaccharide concentrations in colostrum, transition milk, and mature milk of primi- and multiparous Holstein cows during the first week of lactation

Fischer-Tlustos AJ, Hertogs K, van Niekerk JK, Nagorske M, Haines DM, Steele MA.

Invited Review: Nutritional regulation of gut function in dairy calves: From colostrum to weaning

A.J. Fischer, C. Villot, J.K. van Niekerk, T.T. Yohe, D.L. Renaud, M.A. Steele.

Short communication: Odd-chain and branched-chain fatty acid concentrations in bovine colostrum and transition milk and their stability under heating and freezing treatments

Xin H, Xu Y, Chen Y, Chen G, Steele MA, Guan LL.

Effect of delaying colostrum feeding on passive transfer and intestinal bacterial colonization in neonatal male Holstein calves

Fischer AJ, Song Y, He Z, Haines DM, Guan LL, Steele MA.