Results: 5. Exact: 5. Elapsed time: 39 ms. All rights reserved. Join Reverso, it's free and fast!
|Published (Last):||4 January 2010|
|PDF File Size:||16.53 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||2.44 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. Unfollow Follow Unblock. Other Affiliations:. View on scielo. Save to Library. Veterinary Medicine more. Todavia, para Quanto aos sinais c Legume grains enhance ileal losses of specific endogenous serine-protease proteins in weaned pigs more. Feeding legume grains to pigs usually increases losses of endogenous proteins at the terminal ileum. However, the identity of such proteins is largely unknown. This study was undertaken to determine the ileal flow and identity of soluble This study was undertaken to determine the ileal flow and identity of soluble proteins present in large concentrations in ileal digesta of young pigs fed soybean meal SBM , peas P , faba beans FB , or blue lupin L in expt.
Protein in the control diet C was provided by casein. Ileal digesta proteins were analyzed using sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, Coomassie blue staining, densitometry and N-terminal amino acid sequencing. Publication Name: Journal of Nutrition.
Histopathological study of atherosclerotic lesions in Alentejano pigs The present study aimed to assess the histopathological characterization of atherosclerotic lesions in Alentejano pigs, and to evaluate the relationship between several Histopathological study of atherosclerotic lesions in Alentejano pigs The present study aimed to assess the histopathological characterization of atherosclerotic lesions in Alentejano pigs, and to evaluate the relationship between several blood parameters and lesions development.
Histomorphometric determinations of atherosclerotic lesions were performed on the left coronary artery and plasmatic levels of triacylglycerols, phospholipids, and of total, free, LDL and HDL cholesterol were measured by enzymatic methods.
Average daily gain was similar in both groups. Linear correlations between atherosclerotic lesion area in initial Phases I Publication Name: Revista de Ciencias Agrarias. House-dust mite allergy: mapping of Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus allergens for dogs by two-dimensional immunoblotting more. However, this efficacy could probably be improved and the identification of individual allergomes, with However, this efficacy could probably be improved and the identification of individual allergomes, with the choice of more adequate molecular allergen pools for specific immunotherapy, being the strategy.
To map Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus Der p allergens for mite-sensitized atopic dogs, for better understanding how individual allergograms may influence the response to house-dust mite immunotherapy. To identify the Der p mite allergome for dogs, 20 individuals allergic to dust-mites and sensitized to Der p, were selected. Separated proteins were blotted onto polyvinylidene difluoride PVDF membranes and immunoblottings were performed with patient sera.
Publisher: scielo. Immunodetection of legume proteins resistant to small intestinal digestion in weaned piglets more. Engineering , The , and Small Intestine. Component digestibility of lupin Lupinus angustifolius and pea Pisum sativum seeds and effects on the small intestine and body organs in anastomosed and intact growing pigs more. Thirty-six male growing pigs were used to compare the component digestibility of legume seeds and the impact of diets and ileo-rectal anastomosis IRA on the morphology and enzyme activities of intestinal mucosa.
The pigs were fed a There was a significant interaction between diet and IRA for villus height in the jejunum and crypt width in the ileum. Duodenal and jejunal crypt width was lower in the pigs fed the legume-containing diets compared to controls. The diet influenced the specific activity of most intestinal enzymes at various sites along the small intestine. Anastomosed pigs had higher spleen and small intestine weights and lower large intestine weights as compared to intact pigs.
IRA influenced intestinal villus and crypt architecture but it had no significant effect on the activities of intestinal enzymes. Doi: Morphology , Legumes , Digestibility , and Leguminosas.
Dietary raw peas Pisum sativum L. Effects of ileo-rectal anastomosis on cholesterol metabolism in pigs fed either casein or extruded soya beans more. Cholesterol-lowering effects of dietary blue lupin Lupinus angustifolius L. Animal Biotechnologies, Livestock Nutrition and Metabolism. View on dx. Viegas-Crespo , and Michel Riottot. The present study was undertaken to investigate the effect of cholesterol-enriched casein CAS and blue lupin seed BL diets on the cholesterol metabolism of intact INT and ileorectal anastomosed IRA pigs.
For 3 weeks, four groups Diet-induced hypercholesterolemia was inhibited by the BL through a substantial decrease in plasma LDL-cholesterol. Surgery also prevented steroid microbial transformation, but it did not influence plasma cholesterol levels.
These results suggest that the hypocholesterolemic effect of the BL, compared with the CAS, is attributable to impaired intestinal cholesterol absorption, probably involving increased bile acid reabsorption and higher contents of dietary phytosterols, both factors that reduce the micellar solubilization of cholesterol.
Furthermore, according to our data, the contribution of the large intestine to cholesterol metabolism is very weak. Cholesterol Metabolism. Dietary Raw Peas Pisum sativum L. Previous studies demonstrated the cholesterol-lowering effect of dietary legumes mainly soybeans in animals and humans, but the mechanisms by which they exert this effect are not completely understood.
The contribution of the hindgut to The contribution of the hindgut to this hypocholesterolemic effect is also not well documented. The present work was undertaken to investigate the effect of cholesterol-enriched 2. Plasma total cholesterol was lowered by the RP diet through a significant decrease in LDL cholesterol. The RP diet also decreased the hepatic concentration of esterified cholesterol and increased 3-hydroxymethylglutaryl CoA reductase activity and LDL receptor synthesis.
The biliary total cholesterol and bile acid concentrations were greater in RP- than in C-fed pigs. In addition, fecal bile acid output was higher in RP-fed pigs. These results suggest a hypocholesterolemic effect of the raw pea diet probably due to increased fecal bile acid output and an increased biliary bile acid concentration. The importance of legume proteins in cholesterol metabolism has been recognised, but the hindgut contribution is still unclear.
The present work was undertaken to address the role of the caecum—colon in cholesterol metabolism in intact The present work was undertaken to address the role of the caecum—colon in cholesterol metabolism in intact I and ileo-rectal anastomosed IRA pigs fed with casein or extruded soyabean ES diets.
In the liver, the ES diet significantly depressed non-esterified, esterified and total cholesterol. The treatments did not affect hepatic 3-hydroxymethylglutaryl CoA reductase, cholesterol 7a-hydroxylase or sterol hydroxylase activities. In the gallbladder bile of ES-fed pigs, total cholesterol was depressed while total bile acid concentration was increased.
IRA and the ES diet markedly decreased the biliary bile acid microbial metabolites namely hyodeoxycholic acid and increased the primary bile acids mainly hyocholic acid. The concentration of bile hydrophobic acids was decreased only by the ES diet. Faecal neutral sterol output was increased in ES-fed pigs, but the bile acid and the sum of neutral and acidic steroid outputs were not.
Microbial transformation of neutral and acidic steroids was markedly reduced by IRA, especially in the ES-fed pigs. Thus, surgery and ES modulated the steroid profile but the caecum—colon did not seem to play a crucial role in determining cholesterolaemia in pigs.
Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. Need an account? Click here to sign up.
Translation of "ovicidal" in Portuguese