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Last Updated: 13 February 2022

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Insulin signaling and antioxidant proteins in adipose tissue explants from dairy cows challenged with hydrogen peroxide are altered by supplementation of arginine or arginine plus methionine

Unlike Met, however, it is unknown if Arg supply can influence fundamental aspects of adipose tissue function in dairy cows. In this experiment, subcutaneous AT was obtained from four lactating multiparous Holstein cows and used for incubations with the following: the control medium with a "ideal" profile of vital AA, IPAA, and methionine supply argus and methionine availability. Those results were accompanied by an increasing number of solute carrier family 2 member 4 in explants incubated with HPARG and HPARGMET. There was no effect of Arg or Arg plus Met on the mRNA abundance of genes associated with Arg metabolism. The role of Arg supply with or without Met on adipose tissue function needs to be investigated. More systematic studies need to be conducted to determine whether or not Met has influenced adipose tissue function.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/jas/skac036


Methionine supplementation to quails diet improves egg weight consistency

This study was conducted to determine the effect of methionine supplementation on the consistency of quail's egg weights. The egg weight data were collected for two days starting from when the egg productions hit 50%. D1 and D2 made the heavier egg than D0. The results revealed that intraclass correlations of D0, D1, and D2 in the first period were 0. 29, 0. 79, and 0. 63 respectively, whereas in the second period, respectively, were -0. 11, 0. 08, and 0. 08 respectively. The D1 and D2 inintraclass correlation was higher than D0 in comparison to D0. Eventually, methionine supplementation in the quail's diet consistently raises egg weight.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/637/1/012018


Influence of hypo and hyper methionine supplementation on growth performance and immunological responses to Newcastle disease vaccinations of broiler chickens.

This study was conducted to determine the effect of varying amounts of methionine supplementation in di et of broiler chickens' immune response to Newcastle disease, growth rate, organ characteristics, and haematological characteristics. Diet A was the experimental diet and contained a minimum of 0. 55 percent methionine, while diet B and D were respective in terms of 0. 63 percent and 0. 55 percent methionine supplementary levels, respectively, at both the start and finisher stages of the study. d leg weakness, which later progressed to complete paralysis in about half of the birds on diet C and D diets by the third week of the experiment, included d leg weakness, which later progressed to complete paralysis in about half of the birds placed on diet C and D. Treatment C had the lowest mean titre value after vaccination with Newcastle disease vaccine intra-ocular, with chickens fed with 0. 55 methionine achieving the highest antibody titre value, according to ocular reactions, although treatment D had the lowest mean titre value. With antibody titres in treatment B and least in both treatments A and D increasing in both treatments, A and D, thereafter, the administration of NDV LaSota elicited immune responses, with antibody titre levels being the highest in treatment B and least in both treatments A and D. In the final phase of the experiment and erythrocyte sedimentation rate, basophil, and eosinophil were significantly different among treatment groups among haematological variables only.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18697/ajfand.72.15405

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