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Effects of rumen-protected choline supplementation on milk production and choline supply of periparturient dairy cows.
The objective of the present study was to determine the effects of rumen-protected choline (RPC) supplementation on body condition, milk production and milk choline content during the periparturientExpand
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Comparison of biochemical and histological methods of estimating fat content of liver of dairy cows.
The degree of fatty infiltration of the liver was estimated in two herds of dairy cows using biochemical and stereological methods. Estimation of hepatic triglyceride content biochemically or ofExpand
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Free radicals, lipid peroxidation and the antioxidant system in the blood of cows and newborn calves around calving.
The oxidative stress of birth in cattle (Bos taurus) was evaluated by measuring steady state concentration of free radicals in whole blood, rate of lipid peroxidation and activity of antioxidantExpand
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Changes in Some Red Blood Cell and Clinical Laboratory Parameters in Young and Old Beagle Dogs
Routine laboratory and lipid peroxidase parameters in the blood of Beagle dogs under 1 year of age (7 males, 7 females) and over 9 years of age (7 males, 7 females) were compared. The meanExpand
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Effect of supplementation with methionine and different fat sources on the glutathione redox system of growing chickens.
The effect of supplementary methionine and fats of different saturation levels on the glutathione redox system of growing broiler cockerels was studied. The diet of three groups of chicks wasExpand
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Influence of rumen-protected choline on liver composition and blood variables indicating energy balance in periparturient dairy cows.
Rumen-protected choline (RPC) was evaluated for effects on the lipid and glycogen content of the liver and metabolic variables in the blood plasma of dairy cows. Thirty-two Holstein cows wereExpand
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Relationship between concentration of citrate and ketone bodies in cow's milk.
The authors' hypothesis is that the members of the tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA cycle) such as citrate decrease in association with increased ketone body formation. To prove this hypothesis theExpand
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Evaluation of the effect of ketoprofen and carprofen on platelet function in dogs studied by PFA-100 point-of-care analyser.
The effect of two nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (carprofen and ketoprofen) on platelet adhesion and aggregation functions was evaluated by the PFA-100 analyser (Dade-Behring, CA, U.S.A.) usingExpand
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Effect of fasting on blood lipid peroxidation parameters of sheep.
The effects of three-day fasting and one-day refeeding on some blood metabolites and parameters of lipid peroxidation were studied in eight non-pregnant merino ewes. Fasting produced an immediateExpand
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Milk production, peripartal liver triglyceride concentration and plasma metabolites of dairy cows fed diets supplemented with calcium soaps or hydrogenated triglycerides of palm oil.
The aim of the study was to test the effect of rumen-inert fat supplements of different chemical forms or containing different unsaturated/saturated (U/S) fatty acid contents on milk production, milkExpand
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