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  • Newborn Calf Serum (S11250)

    Newborn Calf Serum is often used as a lower-priced alternative to FBS. Serum products should be stored and handled correctly to assure long-term stability and to preserve growth performance consistency throughout its shelf-life. In addition, heat inactivation of serum is frequently desired to inactivate complement within the serum.

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  • Corning® Nu-Serum™ Growth Medium Supplement, 100

    Corning® Nu-Serum™ Growth Medium Supplement, 100 mL, provides a low-protein alternative to newborn calf, fetal bovine, and other sera routinely used for cell culture. 1/pack, formerly Cat. #51000 Tip Replaces fetal bovine and other sera on an equivalent volume basis Quality Tested at a concentration of 10% for the ability to stimulate a =100 fold increase in growth of BHK-21 and …

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  • Calf Colostrum Replacer Questions

    The newborn calf depends on these for immunity until it's immune system starts working. Studies showed greater feed efficiency through 30 days of age when calves were fed bovine colostrum instead of a serum-based replacer. 1 3. Is the calf colostrum replacer labeled with a claim for Bovine Immunoglobulins (IgGs) or just globulin proteins?

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  • Serum Substitute - Sartorius

    Ultroser™ Serum Substitute. Ultroser™ G serum substitute can successfully replace FCS (fetal calf serum) in cell culture medium. It is designed for the in vitro culture of anchorage-dependent cells. It is specially tested as the primary culture from amniotic liquid cells and is designed to confirm their ability for karyotyping.

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  • Feeding the Newborn Dairy Calf - Penn State Extension

    2017-9-4u2002·u2002If calves have received enough high quality colostrum, serum total protein will be 5.5 grams per deciliter (g/dL) or greater. When total protein falls between 5.0 and 5.5 g/dL, there is a marginal risk for mortality and morbidity. Total serum protein levels less than 5.0 g/dL put the calf at high risk for health problems.

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  • Protective effects of extracellular proteins of ...

    2022-1-1u2002·u2002Saccharomycopsis fibuligera is recognized as a food-based yeast which is widely used in food and drugs due to its high yield characteristics of extracellular enzymes. In this study, the extracellular proteins of S. fibuligera (SF-1-ECPs) are analyzed by HPLC, finding that 22.24% of the molecular weight of SF-1-ECPs is less than 2000 Da, and biochemical experiments, cell …

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  • Reference Intervals for Total Protein Concentration, Serum ...

    2011-1-1u2002·u2002Albumin was easily identified as a thick band, reflecting its high serum concentration, homogeneous electric charge, and high staining affinity. It constituted 47.12% ± 4.09% (mean ± SD) of the total serum protein concentration. Concentrations of albumin were not influenced by age, and similar values were present in all groups.

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  • (PDF) The importance of colostrum for dairy calves

    The likelihood a calf would have satisfactory serum protein (greater than or equal to 5.5 g/dl) given its breed, season of calving, dam's colostral Ig, …

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