Invited review: nutrient-sensing receptors for free fatty acids and hydroxycarboxylic acids in farm animals.

@article{Mielenz2017InvitedRN,
  title={Invited review: nutrient-sensing receptors for free fatty acids and hydroxycarboxylic acids in farm animals.},
  author={Manfred Mielenz},
  journal={Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={1008-1016}
}
Data on nutrient sensing by free fatty acid receptors (FFAR1, FFAR2, FFAR3, FFAR4) and hydroxycarboxylic acid receptors (HCAR1, HCAR2) are increasing for human or rodent models. Both receptor families link intestinal fermentation by the microbiota and energy metabolism with cellular responses. Therefore, this finding provides a link that is independent of the only function of the fermentation products as energy substrates. For example, these reactions are associated with insulin secretion… CONTINUE READING

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For example , these reactions are associated with insulin secretion , regulation of lipolysis , adipose tissue differentiation and innate immune responses .
Data on nutrient sensing by free fatty acid receptors ( FFAR1 , FFAR2 , FFAR3 , FFAR4 ) and hydroxycarboxylic acid receptors ( HCAR1 , HCAR2 ) are increasing for human or rodent models .
Data on nutrient sensing by free fatty acid receptors ( FFAR1 , FFAR2 , FFAR3 , FFAR4 ) and hydroxycarboxylic acid receptors ( HCAR1 , HCAR2 ) are increasing for human or rodent models .
For example , these reactions are associated with insulin secretion , regulation of lipolysis , adipose tissue differentiation and innate immune responses .
In farm animals , the available data on both receptor families from the intestine and other tissues increase .
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