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confirm their health status prior to inclusion in the study. Adequate transfer of passive immunity was confirmed prior to initiation of the study by measurement of plasma IgG concentration via a commercial immunoassay. a The Institutional Animal Care and

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and serum protein concentration as indicators of failure of transfer of passive immunity in hospitalized foals . J Vet Intern Med 2006 ; 20 : 382 – 387 . 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2006.tb02872.x 41. Bertone JJ , Jones RL , Curtis CR

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were 24 hours old and used for an IgG enzyme immunoassay b to evaluate adequate transfer of passive immunity. Serial physical examinations and CBCs c were performed on days 5 and 8 to confirm health status of the foals. Physical examinations were

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(Santa Cruz Biotechnologies; Cat #sc-390576; detailed in Supplementary Material S1 ) to confirm and compare VapA expression to select a vaccine candidate. Study population Thirty Quarter Horse foals that were healthy at birth, had transfer of

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. 13 Additionally, there are many factors in colostrum that are important for immune function. Ensuring adequate transfer of passive immunity is key to preventing neonatal diseases. In addition, colostrum supplementation may be necessary for foals that

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parity on litter performance, transfer of passive immunity, and progeny microbial ecology . J Anim Sci 2013 ; 91 : 2885 – 2893 . 10.2527/jas.2011-4874 37. Conneely M Berry DP Sayers R , et al. Factors associated with the concentration

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understood, it seems reasonable to suggest that feeding MC (or CR) might influence longevity, milk yield, and breeding performance by ensuring adequate transfer of passive immunity in calves upon ingestion followed by a reduction in the risk of neonatal

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