xnebulalordx676 Posted October 5, 2008 Share Posted October 5, 2008 Oh contraire there Lance...As far white blood cells being available to an udder yes they are present and present within milk. White blood cells are leukocytes. These are found with human breast milk as large component. These are also found within cows milk. This one's easy to find a source on: Infect Immun. 1980 May; 28(2): 314–318. PMCID: PMC550935 Copyright notice Bactericidal mechanisms of human breast milk leukocytes. D F Johnson, G L France, D J Marmer, and R W Steele http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=550935 nebulaI suggest you do a bit of reading and research. Milk does not have white blood cells. The term 'white blood cell' is specific, and refers to specific types of cell found in blood. It is not part of milk. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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