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Effect of fructose-induced hypoglycemia on cessation of intestinal transport of immunoglobulins in newborn calves



Effect of fructose-induced hypoglycemia on cessation of intestinal transport of immunoglobulins in newborn calves



Journal of Dairy Science 73(Supplement 1): 219



Three colostrum-deprived Holstein calves were assigned at birth to each of 2 treatments, glucose (G) and fructose (F), to determine whether the availability of glucose during early life mediates the cessation of intestinal transport of immunoglobulins (closure). Glucose and fructose (100 g in 2 litres of electrolyte solution) were given to G and F calves resp. at 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 and 21 h post partum. Colostrum (1 kg) was given to all calves at 24, 36 and 48 h post partum.

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