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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729900/an-energy-protein-feed-additive-containing-different-sources-of-fat-improves-feed-intake-and-milk-performance-of-dairy-cows-in-mid-lactation
#21
Piotr Micek, Zygmunt M Kowalski, Marek Sady, Jolanta Oprządek, Jacek Domagała, Patrycja Wanat
This research paper addresses the hypothesis that calcium salts combined with whole linseed and heat-treated rapeseed cake in one feed additive may efficiently stimulate the productivity of dairy cows and have a positive effect on the functional (health-promoting) properties of milk fat. The article proposes the composition of such an additive (EFA) and evaluates its nutritional effect in the diet of mid-lactation dairy cows. Forty multiparous Polish Holstein-Friesian (PHF) dairy cows were allocated to one of four treatments (10 cows/treatment) and fed a TMR diet without EFA or with EFA in the amount of 1, 2 or 3 kg/d per head for a 63-d-period...
February 7, 2019: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729899/influence-of-the-culture-preparation-and-the-addition-of-an-adjunct-culture-on-the-ripening-profiles-of-hard-cheese
#22
Facundo Cuffia, Carina Viviana Bergamini, Irma Verónica Wolf, Erica Ruth Hynes, María Cristina Perotti
The aim of this work was to evaluate the impact of two factors on the ripening profiles of hard cooked cheeses: (F1) the growth medium for the primary and adjunct cultures, constituted by autochthonous strains: Lactobacillus helveticus 209 (Lh209) and Lactobacillus paracasei 90 (Lp90), respectively, and (F2) the addition of L. paracasei Lp90 as adjunct culture. Four types of cheeses were made: W and M cheeses in which only Lh209 was added after its growth in whey and MRS, respectively; Wa and Ma cheeses in which both strains (Lh209 and Lp90) were added after their growth in whey and MRS, respectively...
February 7, 2019: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729898/functional-analysis-of-the-dairy-cow-mammary-transcriptome-between-early-lactation-and-mid-dry-period
#23
Ye Lin, He Lv, Minghui Jiang, Jinyu Zhou, Shuyuan Song, Xiaoming Hou
In this research communication we used digital gene expression (DGE) analysis to identify differences in gene expression in the mammary glands of dairy cows between early lactation and the mid-dry period. A total of 741 genes were identified as being differentially expressed by DGE analysis. Compared with their expression in dry cows, 214 genes were up-regulated and 527 genes were down-regulated in lactating cow mammary glands. Gene Ontology analysis showed that lactation was supported by increased gene expression related to metabolic processes and nutrient transport and was associated with decreased gene expression related to cell proliferation...
February 7, 2019: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729897/comparison-of-selective-hydrolysis-of-%C3%AE-lactalbumin-by-acid-protease-a-and-protease-m-as-alternative-to-pepsin-potential-for-%C3%AE-lactoglobulin-purification-in-whey-proteins
#24
Katarina Lisak Jakopović, Seronei Chelulei Cheison, Ulrich Kulozik, Rajka Božanić
The experiments reported in this research paper examine the potential of digestion using acidic enzymes Protease A and Protease M to selectively hydrolyse α-lactalbumin (α-La) whilst leaving β-lactoglobulin (β-Lg) relatively intact. Both enzymes were compared with pepsin hydrolysis since its selectivity to different whey proteins is known. Analysis of the hydrolysis environment showed that the pH and temperature play a significant role in determining the best conditions for achievement of hydrolysis, irrespective of which enzyme was used...
February 7, 2019: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729896/rapid-detection-of-cow-milk-adulteration-contamination-in-goat-milk-by-a-lateral-flow-colloidal-gold-immunoassay-strip
#25
Bochao Liu, Jinhong Si, Fang Zhao, Qi Wang, Yu Wang, Jinfeng Li, Chengyao Li, Tingting Li
Current available methods to detect cow milk adulteration or accidental contamination of goat milk are both laborious and time consuming. The aim of this technical research communication was to develop a simple, rapid, specific and sensitive method for quantitative detection of cow milk in goat milk. A competitive lateral flow immunoassay (LFIA) strip was developed using a specific monoclonal antibody (mAb) labeled with colloidal gold nanoparticles (GNPs) for specifically binding to cow milk casein. The detection limit of this rapid detection was 0...
February 7, 2019: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30907720/breeding-for-organic-dairy-farming-what-types-of-cows-are-needed
#26
Ruth Rodríguez-Bermúdez, Marta Miranda, Javier Baudracco, Ramiro Fouz, Victor Pereira, Marta López-Alonso
Organic farming is believed by many to be an environmentally friendly production system that promotes the use of local forage while strongly limiting the input of chemicals, including allopathic treatments. As organic dairy farming has grown, farmers have realised that many available conventional breeds of cow are not well adapted to the new situations and that more 'robust' cows, able to function well in the constraining organic environment, are needed to yield acceptable longevity and productivity. In this review paper, the current breed diversity in organic dairy farming is analysed with the aim of identifying the types of cow that would best fulfil organic breeding goals...
February 2019: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30560744/relationship-between-the-fatty-acid-profile-of-hair-and-energy-availability-of-lactating-primiparous-cows
#27
Ramona Möller, Dirk Dannenberger, Gerd Nürnberg, Eva-Maria Strucken, Gudrun A Brockmann
We hypothesised that a relationship would exist between hair fatty acids, especially C12:0, C14:0 and C16:0, and parameters of energy metabolism such as energy intake, energy mobilisation, and energy requirement for maintenance and milk performance. For this study, 11 primiparous German Holstein cows were available from which hair samples at weeks 6 and 8 of lactation were analysed. The average body weight of these animals was 558 ± 27 kg at calving and milk yield at 100-days in milk was 3,537 ± 529 kg. Feed intake and milk yield were measured daily...
December 18, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30526697/increased-take-off-level-in-automatic-milking-systems-effects-on-milk-flow-milk-yield-and-milking-efficiency-at-the-quarter-level
#28
Sabine Ferneborg, Måns Thulin, Sigrid Agenäs, Kerstin Svennersten-Sjaunja, Peter Krawczel, Emma Ternman
This research communication describes how different detachment levels (0.48, 0.3 and 0.06 kg milk/min) at the quarter-level affect milk flow profiles and overall milking efficiency in automatic milking systems. We hypothesized a higher detachment level would result in greater mean flow rates without affecting the volume of harvested milk per cow during 24 h compared to lower detachment levels. The data suggest milk flow decreased to a rate below the overmilking limit within the 6-s delay time required for termination in all treatments, but the duration of overmilking was shorter for the greatest detachment level compared to the other treatments...
December 11, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30520408/variable-sialic-acid-content-in-milk-of-indian-cattle-and-buffalo-across-different-stages-of-lactation
#29
Rekha Sharma, Sonika Ahlawat, Himani Sharma, R A K Aggarwal, Vivek Sharma, M S Tantia
The aim of this Research Communication was to contribute to the knowledge of milk sialic acid concentration of bovines with specific focus on India. Sialic acids (SA) are important constituents of mammalian milks. Buffaloes are the main milk producing species in India, therefore, our research focused on both cow and buffalo. Two Indian cattle (Bos indicus) breeds (Sahiwal, Tharparkar), one cross bred cattle - Karan Fries (Tharparkar × Holstein Friesian) and a buffalo breed (Murrah) were selected. Systematic comparisons of the total, free and bound form of SA and also its distribution over the course of lactation- colostrums and mature milk (120-140 d) was generated...
December 6, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30520398/appropriate-selection-indices-for-functional-traits-in-dairy-cattle-breeding-schemes
#30
Arash Chegini, Navid Ghavi Hossein-Zadeh, Seyed Hossein Hosseini Moghaddam, Abdol Ahad Shadparvar
The objective of this study was to establish different single or multiple trait selection indices to calculate genetic and economic gains by combining some production, reproduction and udder health traits in a population similar to the overall practical situation in Iran, with and without imposing restrictions on genetic change for some traits. The SelAction software was used to perform the analyses based on selection index theory through a deterministic model. Results indicated that among established indices, the index that showed the highest genetic gain for milk yield did not maximize the total genetic and economic gains...
December 6, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30520392/the-dynamics-of-individual-whey-protein-concentrations-in-cows-mammary-secretions-during-the-colostral-and-early-lactation-periods
#31
Raquel F S Raimondo, Juliana S P Ferrão, Samantha I Miyashiro, Priscila T Ferreira, João Paulo E Saut, Daniela B Birgel, Eduardo H Birgel Junior
The bovine whey consists of more than 200 different types of proteins, of which β-lactoglobulin, α-lactalbumin, serum albumin, immunoglobulins and lactoferrin predominate. However, their concentrations are not stable due to the existence of protein dynamics during a transition from colostrum secretion to mature milk. To evaluate the dynamics of whey proteins of Jersey cows during a colostral phase and first month of lactation and an influence of the number of lactations, 268 milk samples from 135 Jersey cows were selected through a clinical evaluation...
December 6, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30520391/thermal-effects-on-igm-milk-fat-globule-mediated-agglutination
#32
Steffen F Hansen, Lotte B Larsen, Lars Wiking
The process of agglutination causes firm cream layers in bovine milk, and a functioning agglutination mechanism is paramount to the quality of non-homogenized milks. The phenomenon is not well-described, but it is believed to occur due to interactions between immunoglobulins (Ig) and milk fat globules. For the first time, this paper demonstrates how the process of agglutination can be visualized using confocal laser scanning microscopy, rhodamine red and a fluoresceinisothiocynat-conjugated immunoglobulin M antibody...
December 6, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30420002/use-of-single-step-genome-wide-association-studies-for-prospecting-genomic-regions-related-to-milk-production-and-milk-quality-of-buffalo
#33
Camila da Costa Barros, Daniel Jordan de Abreu Santos, Rusbel Raul Aspilcueta-Borquis, Gregório Miguel Ferreira de Camargo, Francisco Ribeiro de Araújo Neto, Humberto Tonhati
The aim of this research communication was to identify chromosome regions and genes that could be related to milk yield (MY), milk fat (%F) and protein percentage (%P) in Brazilian buffalo cows using information from genotyped and non-genotyped animals. We used the 90 K Axiom® Buffalo Genotyping array. A repeatability model was used. An iterative process was performed to calculate the weights of markers as a function of the squared effects of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) and allele frequencies. The 10 SNPs with the largest effects for MY, %F and %P were studied and they explained 7·48, 9·94 and 6·56% of the genetic variance, respectively...
November 13, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30419970/editorial-everyone-must-see-what-is-in-pandora-s-box
#34
Christopher H Knight
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 13, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30444209/the-potential-use-of-probiotic-and-beneficial-bacteria-in-the-brazilian-dairy-industry
#35
Monique Colombo, Svetoslav Dimitrov Todorov, Monique Eller, Luís Augusto Nero
Scientific studies demonstrate the importance of intestinal microbiota to human health and how probiotic microorganisms can positively affect health when administered regularly and in adequate amounts. Probiotic bacteria can be part of fermented products and their functional importance is associated mainly with their metabolism. They are thought to benefit individuals to maintain their health and also to strengthen resistance against various types of diseases. The acceptance of probiotic cultures and products by consumers increased when these bacteria were marketed as natural cultures that help in digestion and health...
November 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30295210/ultrasonographic-measurement-of-liver-portal-vein-hepatic-vein-and-perivisceral-adipose-tissue-in-high-yielding-dairy-cows-with-fatty-liver-during-the-transition-period
#36
Enrico Fiore, Laura Perillo, Massimo Morgante, Elisabetta Giudice, Barbara Contiero, Giulio Curone, Elisabetta Manuali, Silvia Pavone, Giuseppe Piccione, Matteo Gianesella
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the potential for diagnosis of fatty liver by means of ultrasonographic measurement of liver and perivisceral adipose tissue as an alternative to blood indicators of lipomobilization and liver biopsy in periparturient high-yielding dairy cows. Thirty cows were enrolled and divided into two groups. The evaluation of body condition score (BCS), non-esterified fatty acids (NEFA), β-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), liver and perivisceral adipose tissue ultrasonographic measurement and histological liver lipid content (GdL) was performed at 15 ± 5 d prepartum (T0), 10 ± 2 d postpartum (T1), 30 ± 2 d postpartum (T2) and 50 ± 2 d postpartum (T3)...
October 8, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30236165/effects-of-chronic-heat-stress-on-lactational-performance-and-the-transcriptomic-profile-of-blood-cells-in-lactating-dairy-goats
#37
Alexandra Contreras-Jodar, Ahmed Ak Salama, Soufiane Hamzaoui, Mario Vailati-Riboni, Gerardo Caja, Juan J Loor
High temperature is a major stress that negatively affects welfare, health, and productivity of dairy animals. Heat-stressed animals are more prone to disease, suggesting that their immunity is hindered. Although productive and physiologic responses of dairy animals to heat stress are well known, there is still limited information on the response at the transcriptome level. Our objective was to evaluate the changes in performance and blood transcriptomics of dairy goats under heat stress. Eight multiparous Murciano-Granadina dairy goats in mid-lactation were assigned to 1 of 2 climatic treatments for 35 d...
September 21, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30157973/effects-of-polymerized-whey-protein-on-goaty-flavor-and-texture-properties-of-fermented-goat-milk-in-comparison-with-%C3%AE-cyclodextrin
#38
Ce Wang, Cuina Wang, Feng Gao, Yanyang Xu, Mingruo Guo
Goaty flavor and poor consistency may impact consumer acceptance of fermented goat milk. The undesirable characteristics can mainly be attributed to the presence of short-medium chain free fatty acid (SM-FFA) especially C6-C10 fatty acids and low αs1-casein content in goat milk. This study aimed to investigate the effects of polymerized whey protein (PWP) on goaty flavor as well as the texture properties of fermented goat milk in comparison with β-cyclodextrin (β-CD). Samples were evaluated on sensory properties, SM-FFA contents, texture, and apparent viscosity...
August 30, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30152301/quantitation-of-viable-coxiella-burnetii-in-milk-products-using-a-liquid-medium-based-mpn-pcr-assay
#39
Manman Shi, Cheng Zhang, Diana Stewart
This Technical Research Communication describes a new method by which thermally treated Coxiella in milk products may be grown in a liquid growth medium and quantitated using an MPN-PCR assay. Coxiella is generally not used in studies on thermal and non-thermal processing of milk due to the need for specialized and highly laborious techniques such as animal assays and tissue culture for determining viability. Recently, a liquid growth medium (ACCM-2) and modified atmosphere were used to grow Coxiella from pure cultures, infected mouse tissues, and clinical samples, however, the ability to grow Coxiella from a food such as milk has not been shown...
August 28, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30136638/lactoperoxidase-immobilization-on-silver-nanoparticles-enhances-its-antimicrobial-activity
#40
Ishfaq Ahmad Sheikh, Muhammad Yasir, Imran Khan, Sher Bahadur Khan, Naveed Azum, Essam Hussain Jiffri, Mohammad Amjad Kamal, Ghulam Md Ashraf, Mohd Amin Beg
Lactoperoxidase (LPO) is an antimicrobial protein present in milk that plays an important role in natural defence mechanisms during neonatal and adult life. The antimicrobial activity of LPO has been commercially adapted for increasing the shelf life of dairy products. Immobilization of LPO on silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) is a promising way to enhance the antimicrobial activity of LPO. In the current study, LPO was immobilized on AgNPs to form LPO/AgNP conjugate. The immobilized LPO/AgNP conjugate was characterized by various biophysical techniques...
August 23, 2018: Journal of Dairy Research
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