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dc.contributor.authorReyes-Castañeda, Leidy J.spa
dc.contributor.authorParra-Arango, Jorge L.spa
dc.contributor.authorFlórez–Díaz, Hernandospa
dc.date.accessioned2016-07-01 00:00:00
dc.date.accessioned2022-06-13T17:41:39Z
dc.date.available2016-07-01 00:00:00
dc.date.available2022-06-13T17:41:39Z
dc.date.issued2016-07-01
dc.identifier.issn0121-3709
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositorio.unillanos.edu.co/handle/001/2544
dc.description.abstractEl objetivo fue correlacionar la concentración de inmunoglobulina G (IgG) con la proteína, los minerales y el color en 69 calostros de bovinos de cruces Bos taurus x Bos indicus de un predio del sistema de producción doble propósito del piedemonte llanero en los primeros tres días posparto. La concentración de IgG en calostro presentó una correlación negativa con los días posparto, y una correlación positiva con el contenido de proteína, lactosa y sólidos en calostro entero. La correlación entre el color del calostro entero y la concentración de IgG fue positiva para el valor b* (r=0.182, p=0.024), localizado entre el rango de azules y amarillos. La concentración mediana de IgG para el día uno fue 51,601 mg/ml, para el día dos de 23,319 mg/ml y para el día tres de 36,534 mg/ml. Las concentraciones de IgG fueron significativamente superiores el día 1 posparto e inversamente correlacionada con los días posparto (p < 0,05), el número del parto no se encontró asociados a la concentración de IgG (p > 0,05).  La población bovina evaluada produce calostro de buena calidad que puede aprovecharse para la transferencia de inmunidad pasiva creando bancos de calostro.Palabras clave: IgG; ELISA; parto; color; AIMS, FAO; Immunoglobulin; ELISA;  parturition; colourspa
dc.description.abstractThis study was aimed to correlate the immunoglobulin G (IgG) concentration with protein, minerals and color in 69 bovine colostrums from Bos taurus x Bos indicus crosses from a dual-purpose production system farm on Colombia in the piedemonte llanero during the first three days postpartum. IgG concentration in colostrum had a negative correlation with days postpartum whereas a positive correlation was found with protein, lactose and solid content in whole colostrum. The correlation between whole colostrum color and IgG concentration was positive for the b* value (r=0.182, p=0.024), located it in the range of blues and yellows. Mean IgG concentration for day one was 51,601 mg/ml, 23,319 mg/ml for day two and 36,534 mg/ml for day three. IgG concentrations were significantly higher on day 1 postpartum and inversely correlated with days postpartum (p<0.05). The number of calvings was not associated with IgG concentration (p>0.05). The bovine population evaluated produced good quality colostrum which can be used for transfer of passive immunity by using colostrum banks.Keywords: Immunoglobulin; ELISA; parturition; colour (AIMS;  FAO)eng
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dc.publisherUniversidad de los Llanosspa
dc.rightsOrinoquia - 2016spa
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dc.sourcehttps://orinoquia.unillanos.edu.co/index.php/orinoquia/article/view/323spa
dc.subjectCuidadoresspa
dc.subjectFamiliaspa
dc.subjectCostos de la enfermedadspa
dc.subjectEnfermedad Crónicaspa
dc.subjectColombiaspa
dc.subjectDecsspa
dc.subjectCaregivereng
dc.subjectfamilyeng
dc.subjectcost of chronic diseaseeng
dc.subjectchronic diseaseeng
dc.subjectColombia (Decs).eng
dc.titleConcentración de inmunoglobulina G en calostro bovino en cruces Bos taurus x Bos indicus en los primeros tres días pos partospa
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dc.typeJournal Articleeng
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dc.identifier.doi10.22579/20112629.323
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dc.relation.citationeditionNúm. 1 , Año 2016spa
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dc.title.translatedImmunoglobulin G concentration in bovine colostrum of Bos taurus x Bos indicus crosses during the first three days postpartumeng
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