Mother & Neonate
For more on the Mother & Neonate see:
Tucker, HA (1994) Lactation and its hormonal control. Ch. 57, In: The Physiology of Reproduction, 2nd edition, Eds. E. Knobil, J. Neill, et al. Raven Press, Ltd., New York. p. 1065.
Oka, T, Yoshimura, M, Lavandero, S, Wada, K, Ohba, Y 1991 Control of growth and differentiation of the mammary gland by growth factors. J. Dairy Sci. 74:2788-2800.
Forsyth, IA 1989 Growth factors in mammary gland function. J. Reprod. Fert. 85:759-770.
Wilde CJ, Hurley WL 1996 Animal models for the study of milk secretion. J. Mammmary Gland Biol. Neoplasia 1:123-134.
Streuli, CH 1993 Extracellular matrix and gene expression in mammary epithelium. Sem. Cell Biol. 4:203-212.
Hormonal Induction of Lactation
Smith, K.L. and F.L. Schanbacher. 1973. Hormone induced lactation in the bovine. I. Lactational performance following injections of 17ß-estradiol and progesterone. J. Dairy Sci. 56:738-743.
Collier, R. J., D., E. Bauman, and R. L. Hays. 1975. Milk production and reproductive performance of cows hormonally induced into lactation. J. Dairy Sci. 58:1524.
Collier, R. J., D., E. Bauman, and R. L. Hays. 1977. Effects of reserpine on milk production and serum prolactin of cows hormonally induced into lactation. J. Dairy Sci. 60:896.
Chakriyarat, S., H. H. Head, W. W. Thatcher, F. C. Neal, and C. J. Wilcox. 1978. Induction of lactation: lactational, physiological, and hormonal responses in the bovine. J. Dairy Sci. 61:1715.
Peel, C. J., J. W. Taylor, I. B. Robinson, A. A. McGowan, R. D. Hooley, and J. K. Findlay. 1978. The importance of prolactin and the milking stimulus in the artificial induction of lactation in cows. Aust. J. Biol. Sci. 31:187.
Harness, J. R., R. R. Anderson, L. J. Thompson, D. M. Early, and A. K. Younis. 1978. Induction of lactation by two techniques: success rate, milk composition, estrogen and progesterone in serum and milk, and ovarian effects. J. Dairy Sci. 61:1725.
Kensinger, R. S., D. E. Bauman, and R. J. Collier. 1979. Season and treatment effects on serum prolactin and milk yield during induced lactation. J. Dairy Sci. 62:1880.
Croom, W. J., R. J. Collier, D. E. Bauman, and R. L. Hays. 1976. Cellular studies of mammary tissue from cows hormonally induced into lactation: histology and ultrastructure. J. Dairy Sci. 59:1232.
Davis, S. R., R. A. S. Welch, M. G. Pearce, and A. J. Peterson. 1983. Induction of lactation in nonpregnant cows by estradiol-17ß and progesterone from an intravaginal sponge. J. Dairy Sci. 66:450-457.
Sawyer, G. J., W. J. Fulkerson, G. B. Martin, and C. Gow. 1986. Artificial induction of lactation in cattle: initiation of lactation and estrogen and progesterone concentrations in milk. J Dairy Sci. 69:1536.
Fleming, J. R., H. H. Head, K. C. Bachman, H. N. Becker, and C. J. Wilcox. 1986. Induction of lactation: histological and biochemical development of mammary tissue and milk yield of cows injected with estradiol-17ß and progesterone for 21 days. J. Dairy Sci. 69:3008.
Immunglobulin transport in the mammary gland
Larson et al., 1980, J. Dairy Sci. 63:665
Intestinal protective factors
Welsh, JK, May, JT 1979 Anti-infective properties of breast milk. J. Pediatr.
Bioactive factors in milk
Koldovsky, O 1989 Search for role of milk-borne biologically active peptides for the suckling. J. Nutr. 119:1543-1551.
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