Jennifer Monnig

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Adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is a member of metabolite-sensing kinase family that plays important roles in responses of muscle cells to metabolic stress. AMPK is a heterotrimer of a catalytic α subunit (α1 or α2), and β (β1 or β2) and γ (γ1 or γ2) subunits. Because the brain has a high metabolic rate and is sensitive to changes in(More)
Reproductive technologies to synchronize estrus and ovulation in cattle have enhanced the ability to practically utilize artificial insemination to increase both genetic merit and reproductive management of beef and dairy herds. The ability to successfully synchronize a follicular wave and ovulation, in heifers and cows, has improved substantially in recent(More)
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