The periparturient period is associated with structural and transcriptomic adaptations of rumen papillae in dairy cattle.

@article{Steele2015ThePP,
  title={The periparturient period is associated with structural and transcriptomic adaptations of rumen papillae in dairy cattle.},
  author={Michael A Steele and C Schiestel and Ousama Alzahal and L Dionissopoulos and Anne H Laarman and James C Matthews and Brian W Mcbride},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2015},
  volume={98 4},
  pages={2583-95}
}
The structural and functional adaption of the rumen epithelium during the transition period is largely undescribed. To characterize the adaptation of the rumen epithelium during transition, multiparous dairy cattle (n=12) fitted with rumen fistulas and fed a low-energy dry cow diet (1.37 Mcal/kg, net energy for lactation) were transitioned abruptly to a high-energy lactating cow diet (1.68 Mcal/kg, net energy for lactation) immediately after parturition. Rumen papillae were biopsied at -3, +1… CONTINUE READING
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