Contribution of macrophages to proteolysis and plasmin activity in ewe bulk milk.

@article{Caroprese2007ContributionOM,
  title={Contribution of macrophages to proteolysis and plasmin activity in ewe bulk milk.},
  author={Mariangela Caroprese and Angelo Valerio Marzano and Laura Schena and R. {\'A}lvarez Mari{\~n}o and Antonella Santillo and Marzia Albenzio},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2007},
  volume={90 6},
  pages={2767-72}
}
A total of 225 bulk sheep milk samples were collected from 5 intensively managed flocks during early, mid, and late lactation to assess the contribution of macrophages to the regulation of the plasmin-plasminogen system. Samples were analyzed for composition, somatic cell counts, milk renneting characteristics, and for plasmin (PL), plasminogen (PG), and plasminogen activators (PA) activities. Isolation of macrophages from milk was performed using a magnetic positive separation and mouse… CONTINUE READING

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