نتایج جستجو برای: lipidosis

تعداد نتایج: 260  

2016
Hae Rim Lee, Bon-Sang Koo, Eun-Ok Jeon, Moo-Sung Han, Kyung-Cheol Min, Seung Baek Lee, Yeonji Bae, In-Pil Mo,

Leucocytozoonosis was found in three layer farms in chickens with suspected fatty liver or fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome in Korea between 2009 and 2011. These layer chicken flocks showed both mortality and decreased egg production for one or two weeks when they were between 59 and 82 weeks old. At the necropsy, the most prominent gross lesions were found in the liver, which was enlarged, had...

Journal: :Circulation research 1961
J J VITALE, E E HELLERSTEIN, M NAKAMURA, B LOWN,

ERTAIN ASPECTS of dietary magnesium deficiency have been studied extensively in the rat and less so in the guinea pig, catf, duck, and dog. Excellent reviews of magnesium metabolism and requirement have been published by Wacker and Vallee 1 and O'Dell. 2 Magnesium deficiency results in calcification of the heart and kidney. High dietary magnesium has been shown to diminish the amount of cardiov...

Journal: :Journal of environmental biology 2010
Ashraf M Abdel-Moneim, Hala A Abdel-Mohsen,

In the present study, specimens of catfish (Clariidae) were collected from a polluted location (Main Basin) and a relatively clean area (East Basin) in Lake Mariut, one of the Nile Delta Lakes in Egypt. Fifteen fish were taken from each site. Liver preparations of fish from the two sources were comparatively examined for cellular changes using transmission electron microscopy. Fish hepatocytes ...

Journal: :Nutrients 2015
Zhe-Rong Xu, Jin-You Li, Xin-Wei Dong, Zhong-Ju Tan, Wei-Zhen Wu, Qiang-Min Xie, Yun-Mei Yang,

In this study, we examined the effects of apple polyphenols (APs) on hyperlipidemia, atherosclerosis, hepatic steatosis and endothelial function and investigated the potential mechanisms. ApoE(-/-) mice were fed a western-type diet and orally treated with APs (100 mg/kg) or atorvastatin (10 mg/kg) for 12 weeks. Hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis in the aortic sinuses and, and hepatic lipidosis ...

Journal: :Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology 2008
Ryouta Maeba, Hiroshi Hara, Hiroshi Ishikawa, Shigeru Hayashi, Nakayuki Yoshimura, Jyun Kusano, Yoko Takeoka, Daijiro Yasuda, Tomoki Okazaki, Makoto Kinoshita, Tamio Teramoto,

BACKGROUND AND AIM We have previously shown that serum plasmalogen levels positively correlate with HDL, and significantly decrease with aging, and may be related to LDL particle size. The objective of the present study was to investigate the effects of increased serum plasmalogens on lipidosis, particularly the appearance of atherogenic small dense LDL (sdLDL), of subjects with hyperlipidemia ...

Journal: :Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology 2004
Dale W Porter, Ann F Hubbs, Robert Mercer, Victor A Robinson, Dawn Ramsey, Jeff McLaurin, Amir Khan, Lori Battelli, Kurt Brumbaugh, Alexander Teass, Vincent Castranova,

Human epidemiologic studies have found that silicosis may develop or progress even after occupational exposure has ended, suggesting that there is a threshold lung burden above which silica-induced pulmonary disease progresses without further exposure. We previously described the time course of rat pulmonary responses to silica inhalation as biphasic, the initial phase characterized by increase...

Journal: :Journal of animal science 1984
B J Gerloff, T H Herdt, R S Emery, W W Wells,

Fatty liver syndrome or hepatic lipidosis (HL) is a condition thought to contribute to an increased incidence of peripartum disease, reduced response to therapy and decreased fertility in dairy cows. This syndrome is characterized by excess triglyceride (TG) accumulation in the liver and apparent decreased hepatic lipoprotein output. In lactating rats, a similar condition results from feeding a...

Journal: :Journal of feline medicine and surgery 2014
Wendy Agnew, Rachel Korman,

PRACTICAL RELEVANCE Inappetence is a commonly encountered problem in feline medicine. Primary goals in managing the inappetent or anorectic cat are to diagnose and treat the underlying disease and reinstate adequate nutrition. RATIONALE As cats are intolerant of prolonged periods of inadequate nutritional intake, especially given their propensity to develop hepatic lipidosis, their increased ...

Journal: :Reproduction, nutrition, development 1989
J Leclerc, B Chanussot, M L Miller, J P Poisson, J Belleville,

Eight groups of 13-15 female rats were fed purified diets after littering. Four groups received a low protein (8% casein) diet (groups 8) and the others, a normal protein (20% casein) diet (groups 20). Carbohydrates were supplied either as starch (groups S) or as starch plus 40% fructose (groups F). Half the animals received a 0.4% methionine supplementation (groups M). Four or five dams per gr...

Journal: :Poultry science 2016
Paolo Zambonelli, Martina Zappaterra, Francesca Soglia, Massimiliano Petracci, Federico Sirri, Claudio Cavani, Roberta Davoli,

White Striping and Wooden Breast (WS/WB) are abnormalities increasingly occurring in the fillets of high breast yield and growth rate chicken hybrids. These defects lead to consistent economic losses for poultry meat industry, as affected broiler fillets present an impaired visual appearance that negatively affects consumers' acceptability. Previous studies have highlighted in affected fillets ...

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