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Unsaturated Fatty Acids Promote the Phagocytosis of P. aeruginosa and R. equi by RAW264.7 Macrophages
In the present study, using the murine monocyte/macrophage cell line RAW264.7 as a model system, we analyzed the phagocytosis rate and the bactericidal capacity of polyunsaturated fatty acidsExpand
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The Impact of Membrane Lipid Composition on Macrophage Activation in the Immune Defense against Rhodococcus equi and Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Nutritional fatty acids are known to have an impact on membrane lipid composition of body cells, including cells of the immune system, thus providing a link between dietary fatty acid uptake,Expand
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Unsaturated fatty acids as modulators of macrophage respiratory burst in the immune response against Rhodococcus equi and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
In this paper, using the monocyte/macrophage cell line RAW264.7, we systematically investigate the impact of macrophage enrichment with unsaturated fatty acids on cellular radical synthesis. We foundExpand
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Influences on plant nutritional variation and their potential effects on hominin diet selection
Abstract The selection of foods in any environment depends on a variety of factors, including the nutrient availability and antifeedant loads in the component habitats. How these nutritionalExpand
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Lipid classes in adipose tissues and liver differ between Shetland ponies and Warmblood horses
Fatty acids, as key components of cellular membranes and complex lipids, may play a central role in endocrine signalling and the function of adipose tissue and liver. Thus, the lipid fatty acidExpand
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Fatty acid profiles in adipose tissues and liver differ between horses and ponies
Fatty acids, as key components of cellular membranes and complex lipids, may play a central role in endocrine signalling and the function of adipose tissue and liver. Thus, the lipid fatty acidExpand
Simultaneous detection of biogenic amines and aminobutyric acid isomers in high-protein forages
Abstract High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) was applied for simultaneous determination of selected biogenic amines and non-proteinogenic amino acids in fermented forage, i.e. silage. TheExpand