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Abstract

A biological assay technique using the rabbit uterus, sensitive to less than 10 µg per litre of milk, showed residues of 12 μg/litre in the first two milkings after i/v injection of cows with 50 mg chlormadinone acetate, but subsequent milkings were negative. No residues were detected after i/m...

Author(s)
Karg, H.; Schams, D.; Aigner, R.
Publisher
Inst. Physiol., Anstalt für Milchwirtschaft, Weihenstephan, München,
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1970, 5, pp 54-59
Abstract

A biological assay technique using the rabbit uterus, sensitive to less than 10 µg per litre of milk, showed residues of 12 μg/litre in the first two milkings after i/v injection of cows with 50 mg chlormadinone acetate, but subsequent milkings were negative. No residues were detected after i/m...

Author(s)
Schams, D.; Aigner, R.; Karg, H.
Publisher
Inst. Physiol., Anstalt für Milchwirtschaft, Weihenstephan, München,
Citation
Zuchthygiene, 1970, 5, pp 59-64
Abstract

The techniques of radio-immunological assay described by Kwa & Verhofstad (1967) for the rat and by Bryant & Greenwood (1968) for ruminants are based on the binding of serum prolactin by anti-serum against prolactin, labelled with radio-iodine. In this preliminary report the results of...

Author(s)
Schams, D.; Karg, H.
Citation
Milchwissenschaft, 1969, 24, pp 263-265