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The effect of an extended milking interval on mammary blood flow tight junctions between mammary cells in goats



The effect of an extended milking interval on mammary blood flow tight junctions between mammary cells in goats



Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 53: 159-161



The timing of changes in mammary epithelium cell tight junction integrity and mammary blood flow during a 36-h milk accumulation was studied in 6 lactating (2208+or-216 g milk/day) Saanen goats. Tight junctions became disrupted following 21 h of milk accumulation and mammary blood flow started to decline at 21 h. The time both events occurred was not significantly different (P>0.10) from the time milk secretion began to decline (19 h).

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