2016
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-7965
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Serum concentrations of acute phase proteins and immunoglobulins of calves with rotavirus diarrhea

Abstract: The aim of the present study was to characterize changes in acute phase protein levels according to the occurrence of rotavirus diarrhea in calves in the first month of life. Blood and fecal samples were taken before colostrum intake and at 1, 2, 7, 15, 21 and 30 days of age from 24 Holstein calves allotted in three experimental groups: calves that did not present diarrhea (group A), calves that presented diarrhea, but tested negative for rotavirus in feces (group B), and calves that presented diarrhea and tes… Show more

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“…In this study, we investigated the relationships between disbudding, ITPI, STP, haptoglobin concentrations, and health outcomes of young dairy heifer calves. Similar to past research, our results demonstrated that calves are more likely to get sick, particularly with diarrhea, as they grow older (Rocha et al, 2016;Urie et al, 2018). Similar to past work, we also noted that calves with lower STP concentrations were more likely to develop an illness in their first week of life than those with higher values (Urie et al, 2018;Cortese et al, 2020).…”
Section: Risk Factors For Morbidity In 1-to 9-day-old Dairy Calves Following Caustic Paste Disbuddingsupporting
confidence: 90%
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“…In this study, we investigated the relationships between disbudding, ITPI, STP, haptoglobin concentrations, and health outcomes of young dairy heifer calves. Similar to past research, our results demonstrated that calves are more likely to get sick, particularly with diarrhea, as they grow older (Rocha et al, 2016;Urie et al, 2018). Similar to past work, we also noted that calves with lower STP concentrations were more likely to develop an illness in their first week of life than those with higher values (Urie et al, 2018;Cortese et al, 2020).…”
Section: Risk Factors For Morbidity In 1-to 9-day-old Dairy Calves Following Caustic Paste Disbuddingsupporting
confidence: 90%
“…Similar to research examining diarrhea in weaned calves (Chae et al, 2019), we showed that haptoglobin concentrations had a positive relationship with adverse health outcomes (diarrhea and sickness) in this study; however, we only detected this 3 d after disbudding, with no association detected 7 d after. In contrast, Rocha et al (2016) did not detect differences in haptoglobin concentrations in calves with diarrhea versus healthy calves. Although our study was not powered to detect a difference in haptoglobin concentrations between healthy and unhealthy calves, we had a larger sample size than Rocha et al (2016), which may explain this discrepancy.…”
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“…It has anti-inflammatory properties and has potential as an indicator of infection (Murata et al ., 2004) The metalloenzyme concentration is correlated with the serum copper concentration and has been suggested as a useful indicator of nutritional copper status for cattle (Pourjafar and Dehkordi, 2008). Investigations of events with infectious etiologies have found significant increases in young calves (<30 days of age) clinically infected with rotavirus (Rocha et al ., 2016). One study found that there was a 28% increase in ceruloplasmin concentration at 7 days after shipment in one experiment; a 48% increase occurred during the 21-day post-transport period in another experiment (Arthington et al ., 2003).…”
Section: Immune System Translationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ceruloplasmin is one of plasma proteins and has the ability to bind up to 95% of circulating copper. It is considered to be an acute phase protein, although determination of its concentration is not so often used in the diagnosis of ruminant diseases as concentration of haptoglobin or serum amyloid A (Rocha et al, ). However, some authors emphasize the important diagnostic significance of this parameter in the monitoring of inflammation process in cattle (Sheldon, Noakes, Rycroft, & Dobson, ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%