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Association between bovine lactoferrin gene variant and somatic cell count in milk based on EcoRI restriction site.
Lactation number and stage of lactation were the principal predictors for somatic cell score (SCS).
Diagnosis QT or CMT SCC Mastitis + a b Mastitis - c d CMT: California Mastitis Test; QT: Quick Test; SCC: Somatic Cell Count.
The measurement of somatic cells (immune cell) in the milk is normally used in the dairy industry to assess the severity of mammary inflammation.
Effect of exogenous Npm or PGA on the developmental competence of somatic cell nuclear transfer embryos in BMI pig.
Subclinical mastitis and relationship between somatic cell count with number of lactations, production and chemical composition of milk.
Wakayama et al developed a mouse somatic cell NT method by injecting donor nuclei into enucleated oocytes using a piezo unit (6).
Keywords: Somatic cell count; Dairy cow; Milk; Selection; Udder type
* It is possible to utilize these advances to not only revert a cell in the body (somatic cell) back to the all-powerful pluripotent stem cell state, but also to activate telomerase and reset the clock of cell aging all the way back to the very beginning of life.
According to Al Darmaki, the farms' supplied raw milk must also go through additional screening procedures at the laboratory, using a Swedish-made Somatic Cell Counter.
"Our findings provide evidence for an emerging view that somatic cells may be reprogrammed safely and simply by defined chemicals and other factors, which may facilitate their clinical use," said Professor Ahmad.