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Haptoglobin in domestic animals. III. Content in plasma and serum of ruminants and pigs under various physiological conditions






Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 28(Heft 4): 505-519

Haptoglobin in domestic animals. III. Content in plasma and serum of ruminants and pigs under various physiological conditions

Haptoglobin (Hp) was determined by its haemoglobin-binding capacity using the peroxidase test of Owen et al. (1960). No Hp was detectable in the blood plasma of 50 of 95 cattle. In only about 5% of 568 samples of serum and plasma was the Hp content over 10 mg/100 ml. Hp concentrations over 10 mg/100 ml are generally to be regarded as outside the physiological limit. Sex, pregnancy, lactation and age of cattle had no appreciable effect on Hp content.


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