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Hyperimmune Colostrum-Influenza Antibody

Abstract Background: Despite the availability of specific vaccines and antiviral drugs, influenza continues to impose a heavy toll on human health worldwide. Passive transfer of specific antibody (Ab) may provide a useful means of preventing or treating disease in unvaccinated individuals or those failing to adequately seroconvert, especially now that resistance...Read More »

Health-promoting proteins and peptides from bovine colostrum

  Author information 1Biotechnology and Food Research MTT Agrifood Research Finland Jokioinen Finland Abstract The high nutritive value and diverse functional properties of milk proteins are well known. Beyond these qualities, milk proteins have attracted growing scientific and commercial interest as a source of biologically active molecules. Such proteins are found in...Read More »

Colostrum dressing vs conventional dressing.

Aim: To compare the efficacy and safety of colostrum dressing vs conventional dressing in deep wounds. Introduction: Deep wounds are extending deeper, across deep fascia into muscles or deeper structures. Understanding of nutrition, immunology, psychological issues, the physiology and the metabolic interactions require for optimal treatment of deep wounds. Wound dressing...Read More »

Colostrum may have a beneficial role in recovering brain function following hemorrhagic stroke

Brain cell death after intracerebral hemorrhage may be mediated in part by an apoptotic mechanism. Colostrum is the first milk produced by mammals for their young. It plays an important role in protection and development by providing various antibodies, growth factors and nutrients, and has been used for various diseases...Read More »

Anticancer Properties: Bovine Lactoferrin

Abstract: With the successful clinical trials, multifunctional glycoprotein bovine lactoferrin is gaining attention as a safe nutraceutical and biologic drug targeting cancer, chronic-inflammatory, viral and microbial diseases. Interestingly, recent findings that human lactoferrin oligomerizes under simulated physiological conditions signify the possible role of oligomerization in the multifunctional activities of lactoferrin...Read More »

Bovine milk antibodies for health

 Hannu Korhonen1 *, P. Marnila1 and H. S. Gill Agricultural Research Centre of Finland, Food Research, FIN-31600 Jokioinen, Finland  Milk and Health Research Centre, Massey University and New Zealand Dairy Research Institute, Private Bag 11 222, Palmerston North, New Zealand The immunoglobulins of bovine colostrum provide the major antimicrobial protection against microbial infections...Read More »

Immune Function

Abstract: Immune Function after exercise Strenuous and/or prolonged exercise causes transient perturbations in immune function. It is well accepted that this is one mechanism contributing to the higher occurrence of infection (e.g. upper respiratory tract infection (URTI)) in athletes, especially endurance athletes. URTI or upper respiratory tract (URT) symptoms can negatively...Read More »

Nutriceutical bovine colostrum-Heavy Exercise

The nutriceutical bovine colostrum truncates the increase in gut permeability caused by heavy exercise in athletes. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 300: G477–G484, 2011. First published December 9, 2010; doi:10.1152/ajpgi.00281.2010. —Heavy exercise causes gut symptoms and, in extreme cases, “heat stroke” partially due to increased intestinal permeability of luminal toxins....Read More »

Lactoferrin, isolated from bovine colostrum, an antitumor protein.

Background: Lactoferrin is a natural multifunctional protein known to have antitumor, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory activity. Apart from its antimicrobial effects, it is known to boost the immune response by enhancing antioxidants. Lactoferrin exists in various forms depending on its iron saturation. The present study was done to observe the effect of...Read More »

Clinical applications of bovine colostrum therapy: a systematic review.

Bovine colostrum, the first milk that cows produce after parturition, contains high levels of growth factors and immunomodulatory components. Some healthy and diseased individuals may gain health benefits by consuming bovine colostrum as a food supplement. This review provides a systematic, critical evaluation of the current state of knowledge in...Read More »

Bovine colostrum supplementation in older adults during resistance training

Duff WR1, Chilibeck PD, Rooke JJ, Kaviani M, Krentz JR, Haines DM. Author information 1College of Kinesiology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon SK, Canada. Abstract Bovine colostrum is the first milk secreted by cows after parturition and has high levels of protein, immunoglobulins, and various growth factors. We determined the effects of 8 weeks of...Read More »

Reversing Chronic Colitis.

ABSTRACT Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a poorly understood chronic immune disorder for which there is no medical cure. Milk and colostrum are rich sources of bioactives with immunomodulatory properties. Here we compared the therapeutic effects of oral delivery of bovine milk-derived iron-saturated lactoferrin (FebLF), angiogenin, osteopontin (OPN), colostrum whey protein,...Read More »

Bioactive Peptides in Milk and Dairy Products: A Review

Abstract Functionally and physiologically active peptides are produced from several food proteins during gastrointestinal digestion and fermentation of food materials with lactic acid bacteria. Once bioactive peptides (BPs) are liberated, they exhibit a wide variety of physiological functions in the human body such as gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, immune, endocrine, and nervous systems....Read More »

Herpes Simplex Virus HSV-1: A study

Abstract Immune milk has been developed as a substitute for colostrum and contains a high concentration of IgG antibodies specific to the immunized pathogens. Meanwhile, bovine herpesvirus type-1 (BHV-1) naturally infects cattle worldwide, and its antibody is found in milk. Moreover, BHV-1 glycoprotein K, the major antigen, exhibits substantial homology with...Read More »

Bovine Colostrum: A review of clinical uses.

Abstract Bovine colostrums are the “early” milk produced by cows during the first several days post-parturition. This “early” milk has a nutrient profile and immunological composition that differs substantially from “mature” milk. Included in the nutrient profile are higher amounts of immunoglobulins, growth factors, cytokines, and nucleosides than are found in...Read More »

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