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Tissue Pathomorphology and Immunohistochemistry in Mink (Neovison Vison) Fed Blood Plasma Supplemented Diet in the Period of Preparation for Breeding

Z., Janiszewski P., Wyczling T.: Microbiological status of complete freeflowing mixture and its impact on the reproduction of polar foxes. Roczniki Nauk PTZ 2007, 4 , 237-244. 7. Jamroz D., Wiliczkiewicz A., Orda J., Kuryszko J., Stefaniak T.: Use of spray-dried porcine blood byproducts in diets for young chickens. J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr 2011, DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0396.2011.01149.x 8. Jiang R., Chang X., Stoll S., Fan M.Z., Arthington J., Weaver E., Campbell J., Burrin D.G.: Dietary plasma protein reduced small intestinal growth

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High-Energy Diet at Antepartum Decreases Insulin Receptor Gene Expression in Adipose Tissue of Postpartum Dairy Cows

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The objective of the study was to determine expression of gene of insulin receptor (INSR) in adipose tissue of postpartum dairy cows fed diets containing different amounts of energy at the antepartum period. Healthy pregnant dairy cows (n=45) on 21st d of the antepartum were divided into three groups differing in diet composition, namely: control group fed a normal diet, high energy group fed a high energy diet, and low energy group fed a low energy diet. Twenty-one days after parturition, INSR gene expression in adipose tissue was determined by internally controlled reverse transcriptase PCR. The level of INSR mRNA in adipose tissues of cows fed the high energy diet was substantially lower than that in cows fed normal or low energy diets. A relatively higher level of INSR mRNA in the adipose tissue of cows fed low energy diet may be beneficial for gluconeogenesis and lipogenesis, which can relieve an energy negative balance. Reduced level of INSR mRNA in adipose tissue of cows fed high energy diet indicates that the response to insulin has significantly decreased.

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Influence of dietary soy isoflavones on immature hamster uterotrophic and Hershberger assays

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Effects of Feeding Low Protein Diets on Serum and Faeces Parameters in Weaned Piglets

Basic Biochemistry and Haematology Findings in Animals (In Czech). Noviko a. s., Brno, 102 pp. 6. Duan, Y., Duan, Y., Li, F., Li, Y., Guo, Q., Ji, Y., et al, 2016: Effects of supplementation with branched-chain amino acids to low-protein diets on expression of genes related to lipid metabolism in skeletal muscle of growing pigs. Amino Acids , 48, 9, 2131—2144; DOI: 10.1007/s00726-016-2223-2. 7. Figueroa, J. L., Lewis, P. S., Miller, R. L., Fishcher, R. S., Diedrichsen, R. M., 2002: Nitrogen metabolism and growth performance of gilts fed standard corn

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Effect of Phytase Application to Rape Cake Diet on Nutrient Deposition and Bone Quality in Broiler Chickens

. Banaszkiewicz T.: Effect of amino acids supplementation of diets containing rapeseed products on slaughter results, chemical composition, and protein and energy retention in broiler carcass. Rośliny Oleiste 2004, 2, 585- 596 (in Polish). 5. Bozkurt M., Cabuk M., Alcicek A.: The effect of microbial phytase in broiler grower diets containing low phosphorus, energy and protein. Poultry Sci 2006, 43 , 29-34. 6. Catala-Gregori P., Garcia F., Hemandez F., Madrid J., Ceron J.J.: Response of broilers to feeding low-calcium and phosphorus diets plus

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Antioxidant enzyme activities in rabbits under oxidative stress induced by high fat diet

Introduction The proper amount and form (raw/non-oxidised) of vegetable oils with an optimal ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 fatty acids are essential aspects of a well-balanced diet and factors for the sufficient development of an organism. However, consumption of excessive amounts of fats (even vegetable) in either non-oxidised or oxidised form in a high-fat diet (HFD) may be an oxidative stress inductor, which in turn may damage proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates and causes many diseases ( 2 , 10 , 20 ). Nevertheless, due to different amounts of unsaturated

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Influence of α-lipoic acid on morphology of organs of rabbits fed a high fat diet with the addition of oxidised rapeseed oil

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Fatty Acid Profile of Milk - A Review

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Oxidative Stability of Ostrich Meat Related to Duration of Linseed and Lucerne Supplementation to the Bird's Diet

supplemented diet on growth performance, oxidative stability and quality of broiler meat and meat products. Lipids Health Dis 2013, 12, 13 doi:10.1186/1476-511X-12-13. 4. Balogh K, Weber M, Erdélyi M., Mézes M.: Investigation of lipid peroxide and glutathione redox status of chicken concerning on high dietary selenium intake. Acta Biol Hung 2007, 58, 269-279. 5. Bianchi M, Petracci M, Cavani C: Effects of dietary inclusion of dehydrated lucerne and whole linseed on rabbit meat quality. World Rabbit Sci 2006, 14, 247-258. 6. Botsoglou N.A., Fletouris D.J., Papageorgiou

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Concentration of trace elements vs redox status in blood, liver, and muscles of turkey hens fed diets with the addition of soybean or linseed oil

.E., Mourot J.: Effect of a linseed diet on lipid oxidation, fatty acid composition of muscle, perirenal fat, and raw and cooked rabbit meat. Meat Sci 2008, 80, 829-834. 17. Kouba M., Mourot J.: A review of nutritional effects on fat composition of animal products with special emphasis on n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Biochemie 2011, 93, 13-17. 18. Ledwożyw A., Michalak J., Stępień A., Kędziołka A.: The relationship between plasma triglycerides, cholesterol, total lipids and lipid peroxidation products during human atherosclerosis. Clin

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