Physiology and Endocrinology 1

Section: Physiology and Endocrinology (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Tuesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Effect of fatty acid profile shifts on bovine primary hepatocyte gluconeogenic and oxidative gene expression.
K. Weld
Coordinated responses of hepatic lipid-associated proteins in cows with high or low liver lipid content peripartum.
H. T. Holdorf
Actions of recombinant bovine somatotropin revisited: Characterization of the plasma metabolome and lipidome.
A. N. Davis
Body condition score in late pregnancy is associated with abundance of hepatic microRNA involved in energy metabolism.
R. E. Bucktrout
Effects of butyrate supplementation on blood glucagon-like peptide-2 concentration and gastrointestinal function in lactating dairy cows fed diets differing in starch content.
R. Fukumori
Characterization of metabolic and oxidative status in Italian Mediterranean water buffalos during the peripartum period.
H. Sauerwein
Gene expression of hepatic lipid metabolism in primiparous dairy cows with different feeding strategies during early lactation.
A. L. Astessiano
Rumen-protected choline acts directly in the liver regulating expression of genes involved in reduction of fatty liver in dairy cattle.
P. Tribulo
Physiologic responses to induced subclinical hypocalcemia in different lactational stages of Holstein dairy cows.
M. Connelly
Hepatic pyruvate carboxylase expression at parturition differed in cows that subsequently developed hyperketonemia.
K. A. Weld
Using path analysis to explore short-term herbage intake of dairy cows under grazing temperate pasture.
A. I. Trujillo
Intravenous lipopolysaccharide infusion modifies the bovine metabolome and lipidome.
J. W. McFadden
Lipopolysaccharide induces lipolysis and reduces insulin sensitivity in subcutaneous adipose tissue from transition dairy cows.
M. Chirivi
Effects of rumen-protected methionine fed to lactating Holstein cows during a heat stress challenge on mammary mechanistic target of rapamycin (mTOR) signaling.
D. N. Coleman
Innate immune response of late-lactation dairy cows is affected to a greater extent by heat stress than rumen-protected methionine.
M. Vailati-Riboni
Physiological responses to heat stress of dry dairy cows receiving a negative DCAD diet during the entire dry period.
T. F. Fabris