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Identification of relevant biological indicators in milk (Biosens 1.1)

Description: Continuous chemical analyses of selected milk samples for LDH, BOHB, urea and progesterone. Measurements are supporting developed biological models and will support further development of the understanding of disease occurrence in early lactation. Furthermore, the present project serves as a basis for other Biosens projects: Defining and securing a safe data stream from the KFC experimental farm. Handling a desirable identity-sorting-sample system and a potential of merging identity, background information and analytical results. Publishing results obtained in the study of early lactation diseases based on parameters analysed in milk.

Responsible: Senior scientist Torben Larsen

Project period: 01.01.2002 - 31.12.2006

Partners: Lattec I/S

Last updated: Thursday 21 June 2007 - [email protected]