Prepartal dietary energy alters transcriptional adaptations of the liver and subcutaneous adipose tissue of dairy cows during the transition period.

@article{Selim2014PrepartalDE,
  title={Prepartal dietary energy alters transcriptional adaptations of the liver and subcutaneous adipose tissue of dairy cows during the transition period.},
  author={Shaimaa Selim and Siru Salin and Juhani Taponen and Aila Vanhatalo and Teija Kokkonen and Kari Elo},
  journal={Physiological genomics},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 9},
  pages={328-37}
}
Overfeeding during the dry period may predispose cows to increased insulin resistance (IR) with enhanced postpartum lipolysis. We studied gene expression in the liver and subcutaneous adipose tissue (SAT) of 16 Finnish Ayrshire dairy cows fed either a controlled energy diet [Con, 99 MJ/day metabolizable energy (ME)] during the last 6 wk of the dry period or high-energy diet (High, 141 MJ/day ME) for the first 3 wk and then gradually decreasing energy allowance during 3 wk to 99 MJ/day ME before… CONTINUE READING
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