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Effect of exogenous oxytocin on mammary tight junction permeability in Murrah buffaloes



Effect of exogenous oxytocin on mammary tight junction permeability in Murrah buffaloes



Indian Veterinary Journal 85(1): 90-91



Exogenous oxytocin alters the permeability of mammary tight junctions in goats (Stelwagen et al., 1994). The present study was conducted to find out the effect of oxytocin on mammary tight junction permeability in Murrah buffaloes.

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