rBST


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rBST

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rbST

abbr.
recombinant bovine somatotropin
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Dairy companies mitigate the health risks in cows treated with rBST, namely a twenty-five percent increase in the frequency of udder infections, with antibiotics.
As thrifty grazers, the RBST anticipates demand from conservation bodies.
It is undeniable that in Pakistan, the rBST has been used irrationally both in cattle and buffalo for milk/meat enhancement.
The Ministry of National Health Services recently said the apex court vacated the stay against the cancellation of the registration of the RBST injection by Drap.
[The FDA] conclusion is belied by the record, however, which shows that, contrary to the district court's assertion, a compositional difference does exist between milk from untreated cows and conventional milk (...cows treated with rBST).
Treated group (n=3): each bull in this group was injected with 500 mg rbST subcutaneously fortnightly for 10 weeks (2).
Yet not all commercial dairies in the United States inject their cows with rBGH, and some of those that don't may label their milk as coming "from cows not treated with rBST" or some similar statement.
[nor] specific studies correlating the use of rbST with the development of antimicrobial resistance."
De acuerdo con este proposito se han realizado diversos estudios relacionados con la administracion de somatotropina recombinante bovina (rbST) en el preparto y posparto [15, 24, 33], donde se observo un efecto positivo sobre la PL y metabolismo energetico.
However, somatotropine, cortisol, insulin, leptin, estrogen, progesterone and medroxyprogesterone [2], oxytocin, recombinant bovine somatotropin (rBST), and thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) also play important role as galactogogues (Table 1).
Gruttemeyer referred to the statement issued by the DPA that stated that 'Namibian producers are not allowed to utilize Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in fodder, antibiotics like Rumensin, or growth hormones like rBST, to artificially increase feed conversion ratios resulting in higher milk production volumes.
* Hormones: Recombinant bovine growth hormones (rBGH), also known as recombinant bovine somatropin (rbST), are artificial hormones that can increase milk production by 10% to 15% but at some risk to the health of the animals.