THE EQUINE COLOSTRUMS OF MILK TREATMENTAGAINST PATHOGENIC AGENT

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII
Written by Laurentius J.M. RUMOKOY, Wisje L. TOAR

Neonate losses are very important case in young animals in Indonesia, which is due to the virus, bacteria or parasites in conjunction with failure of passive transfer (FPT). Consequently, it is very urgent to break down these problems by realizing a scientific strategy on immunoglobulin-G (IgG) passive transfer in neonates. The existence of neonates life naturally depends on environmental conditions included to the nutrients supplied by their mother. The proteins immunoglobulin contained in the mother’s colostrums are essential nutrients for immunity system of the newborn. This article aims to present the use of protein immunoglobular in colostrums through passive transfer of antibodies as a strategy in response to the high mortality rate of neonate animals in Indonesia, especially to goat farm in traditional farm maintenance system. In a farm system like this, it has a high risk of pathogenic infection. Limitations on the immune system of a new born occurred because in the uterus, a variety of antibody molecules from mother circulation cannot be transferred through the placenta to embryo. Consequently in the new ex-utero environment, such individuals are very susceptible to various infections of pathogenic micro-organisms.

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Rumokoy L. J.M., Toar W. L. 2014, THE EQUINE COLOSTRUMS OF MILK TREATMENTAGAINST PATHOGENIC AGENT. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII, ISSN 2285-5781, 174-180.


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