Predicting extraction and uptake of arterial energy metabolites by the mammary glands of lactating cows when blood flow is perturbed.

@article{Cant2016PredictingEA,
  title={Predicting extraction and uptake of arterial energy metabolites by the mammary glands of lactating cows when blood flow is perturbed.},
  author={John P. Cant and Torben Gosvig Madsen and Scott R L Cieslar},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2016},
  volume={99 1},
  pages={
          718-32
        }
}
Previous work shows that mammary uptake of milk precursors from blood can be affected by the rate of blood flow (F) to the glands. The purpose of the current work was to test the ability of compartmental and cylindrical capillary models to account for the variation in mammary extraction and net uptake of plasma metabolites produced by perturbation of mammary F. The data for model fitting were obtained from a previous experiment in which mammary arteriovenous differences of acetate… CONTINUE READING
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