Nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectrometry-based milk metabolomics in dairy cows during early and late lactation.

@article{Klein2010NuclearMR,
  title={Nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectrometry-based milk metabolomics in dairy cows during early and late lactation.},
  author={Matthias S. Klein and Martin F Almstetter and Gregor Schlamberger and Nadine Nuernberger and K. Dettmer and Peter J. Oefner and Heinrich H. D. Meyer and Steffi Wiedemann and Wolfram Gronwald},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2010},
  volume={93 4},
  pages={1539-50}
}
Milk production in dairy cows has dramatically increased over the past few decades. The selection for higher milk yield affects the partitioning of available nutrients, with more energy being allocated to milk synthesis and less to physiological processes essential to fertility and fitness. In this study, the abundance of numerous milk metabolites in early and late lactation was systematically investigated, with an emphasis on metabolites related to energy metabolism. The aim of the study was… CONTINUE READING

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