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The use of non immune plasma powder in the prophylaxis of neonatal ETEC diarrhoea in calves

Heidi Nollet UGent, Piet Deprez UGent, Etienne Muylle and E Van Driessche (1996) World Association for Buiatrics : XIX congress, vols 1-3. p.117-120
abstract
This study was conducted to evaluate the in vitro effect, namely glycoproteins in plasma that can inhibit adhesion of fimbrial E. coli adhesins (Mouricout, M., and R. Julien, 1986; Sanchez, R., Kanarek, 3. Koninkx, H. Hendriks, P. Lintermans, A. Bertels, G. Charlier, and E. Van Driessche, 1993), in experimental neonatal E.T.E.C. diarrhoea in calves. Eighteen colostrum deprived newborn calves were orally infected: nine with an E. coli strain expressing K99 fimbriae and the remaining nine with an E. coli strain expressing F17 fimbriae. Both groups were subdivided in a control group and two groups receiving non immune plasma powder (25 g/l milk and 10 g/l milk respectively). All control calves died due to profuse diarrhoea and dehydration. The calves supplemented with the highest dose of plasma powder remained completely healthy, showed no loss of appetite or diarrhoea after infection, regardless what the challenge strain was. Those supplemented with the lower dose developed mild diarrhoea, where the groups infected with the K99+ strain seemed to suffer more than those infected with the F17+ strain. The supplementation of the milk with plasma powder caused a reduction in fecal excretion of the K99+ strain by 2 to 4 log10 at the highest dose and by 1 to 2 log10 at the lowest dose. In the F17+ groups, although beneficial clinical effects were present, the supplementation could not significantly reduce the excretion.
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diarrhoea, E-coli, neonatal calves, plasma
in
World Association for Buiatrics : XIX congress, vols 1-3
pages
117 - 120
publisher
British Cattle Veterinary Association
place of publication
Frampton-on-Severn, UK
conference name
19th World Buiatrics Congress
conference location
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
conference start
1996-07-08
conference end
1996-07-12
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Proceedings Paper
language
English
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yes
classification
P1
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398680
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-398680
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2008-05-14 16:21:00
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  abstract     = {This study was conducted to evaluate the in vitro effect, namely glycoproteins in plasma that can inhibit adhesion of fimbrial E. coli adhesins (Mouricout, M., and R. Julien, 1986; Sanchez, R., Kanarek, 3. Koninkx, H. Hendriks, P. Lintermans, A. Bertels, G. Charlier, and E. Van Driessche, 1993), in experimental neonatal E.T.E.C. diarrhoea in calves. 
Eighteen colostrum deprived newborn calves were orally infected: nine with an E. coli strain expressing K99 fimbriae and the remaining nine with an E. coli strain expressing F17 fimbriae. Both groups were subdivided in a control group and two groups receiving non immune plasma powder (25 g/l milk and 10 g/l milk respectively). 
All control calves died due to profuse diarrhoea and dehydration. The calves supplemented with the highest dose of plasma powder remained completely healthy, showed no loss of appetite or diarrhoea after infection, regardless what the challenge strain was. Those supplemented with the lower dose developed mild diarrhoea, where the groups infected with the K99+ strain seemed to suffer more than those infected with the F17+ strain. 
The supplementation of the milk with plasma powder caused a reduction in fecal excretion of the K99+ strain by 2 to 4 log10 at the highest dose and by 1 to 2 log10 at the lowest dose. In the F17+ groups, although beneficial clinical effects were present, the supplementation could not significantly reduce the excretion.},
  author       = {Nollet, Heidi and Deprez, Piet and Muylle, Etienne and Van Driessche, E},
  booktitle    = {World Association for Buiatrics : XIX congress, vols 1-3},
  keyword      = {diarrhoea,E-coli,neonatal calves,plasma},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Edinburgh, Scotland, UK},
  pages        = {117--120},
  publisher    = {British Cattle Veterinary Association},
  title        = {The use of non immune plasma powder in the prophylaxis of neonatal ETEC diarrhoea in calves},
  year         = {1996},
}

Chicago
Nollet, Heidi, Piet Deprez, Etienne Muylle, and E Van Driessche. 1996. “The Use of Non Immune Plasma Powder in the Prophylaxis of Neonatal ETEC Diarrhoea in Calves.” In World Association for Buiatrics : XIX Congress, Vols 1-3, 117–120. Frampton-on-Severn, UK: British Cattle Veterinary Association.
APA
Nollet, H., Deprez, P., Muylle, E., & Van Driessche, E. (1996). The use of non immune plasma powder in the prophylaxis of neonatal ETEC diarrhoea in calves. World Association for Buiatrics : XIX congress, vols 1-3 (pp. 117–120). Presented at the 19th World Buiatrics Congress, Frampton-on-Severn, UK: British Cattle Veterinary Association.
Vancouver
1.
Nollet H, Deprez P, Muylle E, Van Driessche E. The use of non immune plasma powder in the prophylaxis of neonatal ETEC diarrhoea in calves. World Association for Buiatrics : XIX congress, vols 1-3. Frampton-on-Severn, UK: British Cattle Veterinary Association; 1996. p. 117–20.
MLA
Nollet, Heidi, Piet Deprez, Etienne Muylle, et al. “The Use of Non Immune Plasma Powder in the Prophylaxis of Neonatal ETEC Diarrhoea in Calves.” World Association for Buiatrics : XIX Congress, Vols 1-3. Frampton-on-Severn, UK: British Cattle Veterinary Association, 1996. 117–120. Print.