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Effect of ornithine aspartate on increased GOT activity in bovine blood serum

, : Effect of ornithine aspartate on increased GOT activity in bovine blood serum. Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 85(Heft 7): 123-125

Forty-eight cows, which were clinically healthy, but had raised SGOT values, were treated parenterally with ornithine aspartate. S/c administration of three doses of 30 ml, three days apart, or two doses of 60 ml, two days apart, failed to reduce the level of SGOT activity.


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