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Immune components of bovine colostrum and milk.
- K. Stelwagen, E. Carpenter, B. Haigh, A. Hodgkinson, T. Wheeler
- Biology, MedicineJournal of animal science
- 1 April 2009
An overview is presented of the immune factors in colostrum and milk as well as the results of research aimed at realizing this untapped value in milk.
The abundance of milk cathelicidin proteins during bovine mastitis.
The bovine salivary proteins BSP30a and BSP30b are independently expressed BPI-like proteins with anti-Pseudomonas activity.
Alterations in the salivary proteome associated with periodontitis.
- B. Haigh, K. Stewart, John R K Whelan, M. Barnett, G. Smolenski, T. Wheeler
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of clinical periodontology
- 1 March 2010
These results highlight the predominant involvement of S100 proteins in the host response during periodontitis, identify host defence components that have not been linked previously to this disease and suggest new potential biomarkers for monitoring disease activity in periodontococcal disease.
The mammalian secreted RNases: Mechanisms of action in host defence
This review summarises data supporting the involvement of these proteins in host defence, focusing on their antimicrobial, cytotoxic and immunomodulatory activities.
The BSP30 salivary proteins from cattle, LUNX/PLUNC and von Ebner's minor salivary gland protein are members of the PSP/LBP superfamily of proteins.
Host defence related responses in bovine milk during an experimentally induced Streptococcus uberis infection
- G. Smolenski, M. Broadhurst, K. Stelwagen, B. Haigh, T. Wheeler
- Biology, MedicineProteome Science
- 11 April 2014
Host defence proteins in bovine milk provide a foundation for understanding the role of milk in host-microbe interaction, provide candidate biomarkers for mastitis diagnosis, and will inform efforts to develop dairy products with improved health-promoting properties.
Comparative analysis of human milk and infant formula derived peptides following in vitro digestion.
Molecular modification associated with the heat treatment of bovine milk
Formulation for Oral Delivery of Lactoferrin Based on Bovine Serum Albumin and Tannic Acid Multilayer Microcapsules
It is demonstrated that microcapsules released Lf in small intestine allowing 6.5 times higher concentration than in control group dosed with the same amount of free Lf.