Effect of Withholding Macromolecules on the Duration of Intestinal Permeability to Colostral IgG in Foals

Sharanne Raidal, C. McTaggart, John V. Yovich, John Penhale

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Abstract

Delayed ingestion of macromolecules for 12 hours had no effect on the subsequent absorption of colostral IgG in neonatal foals, suggesting that macromolecular uptake does not mediate gut closure in this species. Factors present in colostrum may accelerate closure.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 46th AAEP Annual Convention
Pages260-263
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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Raidal, S., McTaggart, C., Yovich, J. V., & Penhale, J. (2000). Effect of Withholding Macromolecules on the Duration of Intestinal Permeability to Colostral IgG in Foals. In Proceedings of the 46th AAEP Annual Convention (pp. 260-263)
Raidal, Sharanne ; McTaggart, C. ; Yovich, John V. ; Penhale, John. / Effect of Withholding Macromolecules on the Duration of Intestinal Permeability to Colostral IgG in Foals. Proceedings of the 46th AAEP Annual Convention. 2000. pp. 260-263
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Effect of Withholding Macromolecules on the Duration of Intestinal Permeability to Colostral IgG in Foals. / Raidal, Sharanne; McTaggart, C.; Yovich, John V.; Penhale, John.

Proceedings of the 46th AAEP Annual Convention. 2000. p. 260-263.

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperConference paper

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Raidal S, McTaggart C, Yovich JV, Penhale J. Effect of Withholding Macromolecules on the Duration of Intestinal Permeability to Colostral IgG in Foals. In Proceedings of the 46th AAEP Annual Convention. 2000. p. 260-263