Joint MILK and Lactation Biology Symposium: Milk Globules, Vesicles, and Exosomes—Update, Origin, Structure, and Function

Section: Lactation Biology (orals)
Day/Time: Monday 2:00 PM–5:35 PM
Location: Ballroom F
Chair: Rafael Jimenez-Flores, The Ohio State University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#MISC12 Opening Remarks
Rafael Jimenez-Flores
2:00 PM   Recorded
#190 Intravital imaging of the lactating mammary gland in live mice reveals novel aspects of milk-lipid secretion.
Ian H. Mather
2:45 PM   Recorded
#191 Bioavailability, distribution, and phenotypes of bovine milk exosomes in non-bovine species.
Janos Zempleni
3:30 PM
4:00 PM   Recorded
#192 Metabolic regulation of milk fat globule size.
Nurit Argov-Argaman
4:30 PM   Recorded
#193 Fat globules in milk and their structural modifications during gastro-intestinal digestion.
Harjinder Singh
5:00 PM   Recorded
#194 The relevance of phospholipid and vesicles from milk in dairy foods and human nutrition.
R. Jimenez-Flores
5:30 PM
#MISC13 Closing Remarks
Rafael Jimenez-Flores