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Synthetic Alkaloid Treatment Influences the Intestinal Epithelium and Mesenteric Adipose Transcriptome in Holstein Steers
- K. McLean, R. Baldwin, Cong-jun Li, J. Klotz, J. L. Edwards, K. McLeod
- Biology, Medicine
- Frontiers in Veterinary Science
- 11 September 2020
BROMO treatment influenced the intestinal epithelium and mesenteric adipose transcriptome and identified genes and pathways influential to the effects associated with alkaloid exposure which are important to beef production. Expand
Nutrient transporters in bovine uteroplacental tissues on days sixteen to fifty of gestation.
Data support the hypothesis that glucose and cationic AA transporters differ in their level of mRNA expression due to day of gestation and uteroplacental tissue type and concentrations of nutrients were differentially impacted by day, target site, and/or their respective interaction. Expand
Technical note: A new surgical technique for ovariohysterectomy during early pregnancy in beef heifers.
The standing flank ovariohysterectomy technique represents a new and viable model to economically obtain high quality tissues for investigating critical biological mechanisms during early pregnancy in beef heifers. Expand
The effects of nutrient restriction on mRNA expression of endogenous retroviruses, interferon-tau, and pregnancy-specific protein-B during the establishment of pregnancy in beef heifers.
40% nutrient restriction had limited influence on mRNA of ERVs, PSP-B, and IFN-τ but stage of gestation differences reinforced the importance of these genes during the establishment of pregnancy. Expand
RAPID COMMUNICATION: Isolation of glucose transporters and in bovine uteroplacental tissues from days 16 to 50 of gestation.
It is demonstrated that glucose transporters and are expressed in beef heifer uteroplacental tissues and that they are expressed differentially by day of gestation in bovine uteroplACental tissues. Expand
The effects of maternal nutrition on the messenger ribonucleic acid expression of neutral and acidic amino acid transporters in bovine uteroplacental tissues from day sixteen to fifty of gestation.
Data support the hypothesis in that both day of gestation and maternal nutrition affected the relative mRNA expression of AA transporter in ICAR, whereas day of pregnant heifers has a greater effect on the relative expression of other neutral and acidic AA transporters in the various tissues studied. Expand
RAPID COMMUNICATION: Expression of an endogenous retroviral element, during early gestation in beef heifers.
The expression of in maternal tissues is completely novel and indicates unique functions of syncytin in ruminant pregnancy. Expand
Maternal nutrition and stage of early pregnancy in beef heifers: impacts on hexose and AA concentrations in maternal and fetal fluids1.
We examined the hypothesis that maternal nutrition and day of gestation would affect the concentrations of AAs and hexoses in bovine utero-placental fluids and maternal serum from days 16 to 50 of… Expand
Moderate nutrient restriction of beef heifers alters expression of genes associated with tissue metabolism, accretion, and function in fetal liver, muscle, and cerebrum by day 50 of gestation1
- M. Crouse, J. Caton, +5 authors A. K. Ward
- Biology, Medicine
- Translational animal science
- 27 February 2019
It is demonstrated that a moderate maternal nutrient restriction during the first 50 d of gestation in beef heifers alters transcript abundance of genes potentially impacting tissue metabolism, accretion, and function in fetal liver, muscle, and cerebrum. Expand
Impacts of maternal nutrition on uterine and placental vascularity and mRNA expression of angiogenic factors during the establishment of pregnancy in beef heifers1
It is concluded that maternal nutrient restriction did alter both vascularity and mRNA expression of angiogenic factor in utero-placental tissues during the establishment of pregnancy in first parity beef heifers. Expand