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Full characterization of bovine colostrum, raw material for dietary supplements. his beneficial effect on the human immune system.

@article{Bar2010FullCO,
  title={Full characterization of bovine colostrum, raw material for dietary supplements. his beneficial effect on the human immune system.},
  author={Elena Bar and Ionela Tiris and Daniela S{\^a}rbu and Cristina Iridon and I. Ochea and Ioan Bratu},
  journal={Acta Universitatis Cibiniensis. Series E: Food Technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={14},
  pages={33-40}
}
Colostrum is the first substance that is produced by the mammary gland (premilk), following the birth of the newborn. Having a special composition compared with any other food, this product may represent an irreplaceable support the immune system. The most important components of these foods are the immune factors, growth factors and protective proteins that helps the newborn to survive. For characterization of this product, we collected samples of colostrums from Holstein different cattle… Expand

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