Physiology & Endocrinology I

Section: Physiology and Endocrinology
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Monday 9:30 AM–12:15 PM
Location: 326
Chair: Erminio Trevisi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#81 A metabolomics approach to identify novel pathways involved in metabolic transition of periparturient dairy cows.
Á. Kenéz
10:00 AM
#82 Methionine and choline feeding during the periparturient period alter the liver metabolome to different extents.
Z. Zhou
10:15 AM
#83 Untargeted metabolomics of skeletal muscle in Holstein cows during the periparturient period in response to feeding rumen-protected methionine or choline.
Z. Zhou
10:30 AM
#84 Muscle-targeted metabolomics in dairy cows during the transition from late pregnancy to early lactation.
Y. Yang
10:45 AM
#85 Comparison of different treatment strategies for hyperketonemia in early lactation Holstein cows.
S. Mann
11:00 AM
#86 Metabolomics profiling of the serum from dairy cow with different milk protein yield using gas chromatography–time of flight/mass spectrometry.
X. H. Wu
11:15 AM
#87 The effects of α-linolenic acid supplementation on production, health, and fertility of dairy cows.
U. Moallem
11:30 AM
#88 Effects of continuous and increasing lipopolysaccharide infusion on basal metabolism in lactating cows.
S. K. Kvidera
11:45 AM
#89 Effects of lactational stage and conjugated linoleic acid supplementation on glucose metabolism during hyperglycemic clamps.
R. Bruckmaier
12:00 PM
#90 Transcriptional changes in the gut of neonatal dairy calves undergoing a mild diarrhea revealed by a non-invasive technique.
F. Rosa