Lactation Biology I

Section: Lactation Biology (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Monday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
SESN2 negatively regulates cell proliferation and casein synthesis by inhibition the amino acid-mediated mTORC1 pathway in cow mammary epithelial cells.
Jiaqi Wang
Tea polyphenols protect bovine mammary epithelial cells from hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative damage by activating the NFE2L2/HMOX-1 pathway.
Juan J. Loor
Effect of temporary cessation of milking for 3 days on innate immune components in goat milk.
Naoki Isobe
Heat stress and OmniGen-AF alter mammary gland gene expression and endocrine responses in the dry period.
T. F. Fabris
In-depth discovery of milk proteomes and detection of biomarkers using SWATH mass spectrometry.
Lorenzo E. Hernández-Castellano
Palmitic acid increased the gene expression of lipogenic genes from the de novo milk fat synthesis pathway in cultured mammary explants from lactating dairy ewes.
Dimas E. Oliveira
Impact of different methods at dry-off on cure rate and new intramammary infections in the dry period.
A. I. de Prado-Taranilla
Distribution of prevalence of cows leaking milk after dry-off in different countries.
A. I. de Prado-Taranilla