Long-term heat stress induces the inflammatory response in dairy cows revealed by plasma proteome analysis.

@article{Min2016LongtermHS,
  title={Long-term heat stress induces the inflammatory response in dairy cows revealed by plasma proteome analysis.},
  author={Li Min and Nan Zheng and Shengguo Zhao and Jianbo Cheng and Yongxin Yang and Yangdong Zhang and Hongjian Yang and Jiaqi Wang},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={471 2},
  pages={296-302}
}
In this work we employed a comparative proteomic approach to evaluate seasonal heat stress and investigate proteomic alterations in plasma of dairy cows. Twelve lactating Holstein dairy cows were used and the treatments were: heat stress (n = 6) in hot summer (at the beginning of the moderate heat stress) and no heat stress (n = 6) in spring natural ambient environment, respectively. Subsequently, heat stress treatment lasted 23 days (at the end of the moderate heat stress) to investigate the… CONTINUE READING
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