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Effects of compensatory growth on milk protein gene expression

Effects of compensatory growth on milk protein gene expression

Journal of Dairy Science 70(Suppl. 1): 149

In Holstein-Friesian heifers and weanling rats (20 and 100 in total) subjected to a stair-stepped feeding regime to produce compensatory growth the milk protein mRNA content of mammary tissue was higher than in controls.

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