Calves with Sam: Colostrum and coliform bacteria

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I finally took time to go back into the Journal of Dairy Science to find the research report on "Influence of Colostrum on Transepithelial Movement of Escherichia coli 055."  (L.D. Corley, T.E. Stanley, L.J. Bush and  E.W. Jones; Journal of Dairy Science 60:1416-1421, 1977)
 
The question? How does the presence of colostrum influence the way E. coli attach to the cells in a newborn calf's gut?

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