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BLFBusy Lamp Field
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BLFSvenska Barnläkarföreningen
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BLFBase Lexicale du Français (French: Lexical Database of French)
BLFBerkeley Law Foundation
BLFBruce Lee Foundation (Los Angeles, CA)
BLFBallerina Liberation Front (Dutch band)
BLFBiblical Literature Fellowship (Wheaton, IL)
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BLFBlack Leadership Forum, Inc.
BLFBekkelagshøgda Lokalhistoriske Forening (Norway)
BLFBubble Lattice File
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BLFBeiruti Law Firm (Jordan)
BLFBottomLine Foods
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BLFBibles & Literature in French (Wheaton, IL)
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BLFBildleverantorernas Forening
BLFBatiquitos Lagoon Foundation
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BLFBeta Leadership Fund
BLFBrønderslev Lystfiskeriforening (Denmark)
BLFAl Bihery Law Firm
BLFBapak Legacy Fund
BLFBright Light Foundation
BLFBermuda Leadership Forum
BLFBiggest Little Fellowship
BLFBelmont Library Foundation (Belmont, Massachusetts)
BLFBottom Loading Furnace
BLFBit-Lock Flag
BLFBluffton University (Bluffton, OH)
BLFBoisés La Fleur (French: The Woodland Flower; Canada)
BLFBulk Light Fraction
BLFBlind Flange
BLFBalanced Learning Format
BLFBranch Landscape Forester
BLFBeulah Land Farm
BLFBright Lights Film
BLFBusiness Law Forum (various locations)
BLFBuckeye Liberty Foundation (Ohio)
BLFBolivarian Liberation Front (Venezuela)
BLFBudgetLightForum (website)
BLFBonded Labor Fund (Pakistan)
BLFBayerischer Landesverein für Familienkunde eV
BLFBrian Larrabure Framing (Chatsworty, CA)
BLFBerlin Leder and Fetisch
BLFBreakeven Load Factor (airlines)
BLFBicycle Liberation Front
BLFBottom Line Financial
BLFBest Line Fence (Huntsville, AL)
BLFBryant Law Firm (Tulsa, OK)
BLFBarely Legal Fabrications
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Bovine lactoferrin, for example, determines higher resistance against bacterial infection in the rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss (Sakai et al., 1993) and increases non-specific immunity and disease resistance in Asian catfish Clarias batrachus (Kumari et al., 2003).
Presently, the extraction of bovine Lactoferrin from milk and whey is an industrial reality.
Bovine lactoferrin: benefits and mechanism of action against infections.
A novel antimicrobial peptide derived from modified N-terminal domain of bovine lactoferrin: design, synthesis, activity against multidrug-resistant bacteria and Candida.
Ohashi et al., "Effect of orally administered bovine lactoferrin on the growth of adenomatous colorectal polyps in a randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial," Cancer Prevention Research, vol.
Nieuw Amerongen, "Lactoferrampin: a novel antimicrobial peptide in the N1-domain of bovine lactoferrin," Peptides, vol.25, no.2, pp.177-183,2004.
Bovine lactoferrin supplementation for prevention of late-onset sepsis in very low-birth-weight neonates: a randomized trial.
Bovine lactoferrin (BLF), a milk glycoprotein, inhibits the growth of a wide variety of bacteria, fungi, and viruses and has been shown to exhibit even higher in vitro antimicrobial activity than human lactoferrin.
Antibacterial activity of bovine lactoferrin hydrolysate against mastitis pathogens and its effect on superoxide production of bovine neutrophils.
This effort has required large R&D investments and has resulted in the introduction of bovine lactoferrin in Asia, oligosaccharides (GOS, FOS) in Europe and long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (DHA/ARA) in the US and Asia.
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