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Plasma triglyceride metabolism in lactating ewes and growing calves treated with growth hormone



Plasma triglyceride metabolism in lactating ewes and growing calves treated with growth hormone



Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 10: 154



Plasma very low density lipoprotein triglyceride concentrations were significantly reduced after giving somatotropin 0.1 mg/kg liveweight, 1.4 U/mg in both lactating ewes and calves; feed intakes were similar for animals given saline or somatotropin.

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