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Performance of pigs with or without the intestinal receptor for Escherichia coli K88
TLDR
Performance data indicated that presence of the receptor resulted in poorer daily gain during the 1st weeks of life, but that it had a beneficial influence on daily lean growth during the fattening period. Expand
Horizontal polyacrylamide gradient gel electrophoresis for the simultaneous phenotyping of transferrin, post-transferrin, albumin and post-albumin in the blood plasma of cattle.
TLDR
A simple method of horizontal polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis was described for the simultaneous phenotyping of transferrin, post-transferrin, albumin and post-albumin in the blood plasma of cattle and enabled the detection of a new protein polymorphism in the post- transferrin region. Expand
Inheritance of β-Globulins in Serum and Milk from Cattle
TLDR
Results indicated that the β-globulin types were determined by three alleles named βA, βDand βE, with no dominance1,3, however, usually it seems to be difficult to distinguish the two phenotypes D/E and E/E. Expand
Prediction of the halothane (Hal) genotypes of pigs by deducing Hal, Phi, Po2, Pgd haplotypes of parents and offspring: results from a large-scale practice in Swedish breeds.
  • B. Gahne, R. Juneja
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Animal blood groups and biochemical genetics
  • 24 April 2009
TLDR
The easy and rapid electrophoretic techniques described in the study to phenotype PHI, PO2, PGD, also allowed phenotyping of six other polymorphic protein systems on the same gels, so Hal genotyping and effective parentage control can be conducted simultaneously. Expand
Genetic variation at a pig serum protein locus, Po-2 and its assignment to the Phi, Hal, S, H, Pgd linkage group.
TLDR
Family data supported the hypothesis that the three PO-2 phenotypes observed were controlled by two codominant, autosomal alleles (Po-2F and Po-2s) at a single locus, and showed that Po-1 is a new locus in a previously established linkage group. Expand
Analysis of alloantisera against bovine lymphocytes. Joint report of the 1st International Bovine Lymphocyte Antigen (BoLA) workshop.
TLDR
The results and agreements of the 1 international BoLA workshop, held in Edinburgh, Scotland in August 1978, are reported and the genetic region where this putative locus is located BoLA (bovine lymphocyte antigen) is agreed. Expand
A previously reported polymorphic plasma protein of dogs and horses, identified as apolipoprotein A-IV.
By using immunoblotting with antiserum specific to human plasma apolipoprotein A-IV (apoA-IV), a previously reported polymorphic plasma protein of dogs viz postalbumin-2 (Pa2) and one of horses vizExpand
Studies on the inheritance of electrophoretic forms of transferrins, albumins, prealbumins and plasma esterases of horses.
  • B. Gahne
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Genetics
  • 5 April 1966
TLDR
The theory that the observed differences were attributed to the action of six COdominant autosomal alleles designated TfD, TF, Tf", TfM, Tfo and Tf has been verified by BRBND (1964) and GRSTZER, HESSELIIOLT, MOUSTGAARD and THYMANN (1965). Expand
Genetic polymorphism of the vitamin D binding protein and another post-albumin protein in horse serum.
TLDR
Family data supported the hypothesis that Gc and Pa types were controlled by autosomal codominant alleles and plasma samples showed an extra protein fraction near the GcS fraction and thus were found unsuitable for Gc typing. Expand
Polymorphic post-albumin of cattle and horse plasma identified as vitamin D binding protein (Gc protein).
  • B. Gahne, R. Juneja
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Animal blood groups and biochemical genetics
  • 24 April 2009
TLDR
The polymorphic post-albumin protein of cattle and horse was identified as the vitamin D binding protein and homologous to the Gc protein of human plasma. Expand
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