Krzysztof Lipinski

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Autologous saphenous vein bypass grafts (SVG) are frequently compromised by neointimal thickening and subsequent atherosclerosis eventually leading to graft failure. Hyaluronic acid (HA) generated by smooth muscle cells (SMC) is thought to augment the progression of atherosclerosis. The aim of the present study was (1) to investigate HA accumulation in(More)
The aim of the experiment was to compare the antioxidative potential of an oat by-product with the effect of vitamin E on the oxidative stability of pork from pigs fed a diet enriched with linseed oil. Thirty-four crossbreed barrows were fed individually from 39 to 109 kg body weight (BW) on one of four diets: a control diet based on(More)
The present contribution focuses on the feasibility and interest of setting up a multi-disciplinary project in the field of multibody dynamics, as a sequel to the undergraduate course in classical mechanics. The pedagogical objectives of this ‘‘learning layer’’ cover various aspects, namely: give the student the opportunity to exploit and analyze the(More)
The aim of this study was to assess the efficacy of Levucell SB 10, a probiotic containing Saccharomyces cerevisiae boulardii strain, on the health status and productivity of sows and their litters. A total of 243 gilts and sows (PIC) were allocated into two experimental groups, as follows: untreated controls – 125 (C) and Levucell SB 10–118 (1.0x10 cfu/kg(More)
The effects of the following factors were analyzed in the study: wilting degree, genetic form of red clover (2n – 4n), cultivars within the genetic form: 2n (Krynia, Parada), 4n (Jubilatka, Bona) and DM x form, DM x 2n, DM x 4n. Fermentation and proteolysis during the ensilage of red clover were affected primarily by wilting, whereas genetic factors(More)
Krzysztof Lipiński, Jan Tywończuk, Cezary Purwin, Saulius Petkevičius, Paulius Matusevičius, Barbara Pysera Department of Animal Nutrition and Feed Management, University of Warmia and Mazury Oczapowskiego 5, 10-718 Olsztyn, Poland Department of Infectious Diseases, Lithuanian Veterinary Academy, Tilžės 18, LT-47181 Kaunas, Lithuania; Tel.: +370 37 36 35 59(More)
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