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- 1Athanassakis-Vassiliadis, Irene
- 1Davey, Ashley
- 1Hunziker, Rosemarie D.
- 1Riddell, Meghan R
- 1Salehi Karashk, Reza
- 1Song, Aleida LJH
- 1Ambrose, Divakar (Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science)
- 1Bell, Rhonda (Department of Agricultural, Food, and Nutritional Science)
- 1Davidge, Sandra T (Obstetrics and Gynecology/ Physiology)
- 1Guilbert, Larry J (Medical Microbiology and Immunology
- 1Hemmings, Denise (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Understanding the role of diets enriched in long chain fatty acids on postpartum reproductive function and embryo development in dairy cowsDownload
The objectives of this work were to investigate the influence of diets enriched in long chain fatty acids on feed intake, calf birth weight, maternal and neonatal fatty acid profiles, milk production, postpartum reproductive function, early embryonic development and its transcriptome profile in...
Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) is the most common cause of congenital infection in newborns. One mechanism for this virus to reach the fetus is to cross the placenta through the syncytiotrophoblast layer. Accumulation and protection of pathogens in the syncytiotrophoblast could affect the systemic...
The placenta is an essential transitory fetal organ responsible for the key processes of nutrient, oxygen, and waste transfer between the mother and the fetus throughout gestation. Placental size is, importantly, known to correlate to fetal weight, and the malfunction and malformation of the...
High fructose intake during pregnancy adversely affects insulin resistance, lipid profiles, and affects placental gene expression of nutrient transporters and angiogenesis in rat dams and their pregnant offspringDownload
Fructose intake has increased over the past several decades due to high consumption of sugary foods and drinks. In non-pregnant humans and animals, high fructose intake results in hyperlipidemia, insulin resistance and weight gain, although its effects on metabolic adaptations to pregnancy and on...