Gluconeogenesis in dairy cows: The secret of making sweet milk from sour dough

@article{Aschenbach2010GluconeogenesisID,
  title={Gluconeogenesis in dairy cows: The secret of making sweet milk from sour dough},
  author={J. Aschenbach and N. Kristensen and S. Donkin and H. Hammon and G. Penner},
  journal={IUBMB Life},
  year={2010},
  volume={62}
}
  • J. Aschenbach, N. Kristensen, +2 authors G. Penner
  • Published 2010
  • Biology, Medicine
  • IUBMB Life
  • Gluconeogenesis is a crucial process to support glucose homeostasis when nutritional supply with glucose is insufficient. Because ingested carbohydrates are efficiently fermented to short‐chain fatty acids in the rumen, ruminants are required to meet the largest part of their glucose demand by de novo genesis after weaning. The qualitative difference to nonruminant species is that propionate originating from ruminal metabolism is the major substrate for gluconeogenesis. Disposal of propionate… CONTINUE READING
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