Works (4)

Updated: July 5th, 2023 16:01

2008 journal article

Uptake of zinc from zinc sulfate and zinc proteinate by ovine ruminal and omasal epithelia

JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE, 86(6), 1357–1363.

By: C. Wright n, J. Spears n & K. Webb*

author keywords: rumen; omasum; parabiotic; proteinate; zinc
MeSH headings : Absorption; Animal Feed; Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena; Animals; Dose-Response Relationship, Drug; Epithelial Cells / metabolism; Male; Omasum / metabolism; Random Allocation; Rumen / metabolism; Sheep / metabolism; Zinc / pharmacokinetics; Zinc Radioisotopes; Zinc Sulfate / pharmacokinetics
TL;DR: The results of the current experiments suggest that absorption of Zn into the bloodstream does not occur from the ruminant foresto-mach; however, Zn uptake occurs in ruminal tissue and is greater from ZnProt than from ZNSO(4). (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
14. Life Below Water (OpenAlex)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

2004 journal article

Effect of zinc source and dietary level on zinc metabolism in Holstein calves

JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE, 87(4), 1085–1091.

By: C. Wright n & J. Spears n

author keywords: zinc; proteinate; bioavailability; cattle
MeSH headings : Alkaline Phosphatase / blood; Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena; Animals; Cattle / metabolism; Chelating Agents; Diet; Duodenum / chemistry; Hoof and Claw / chemistry; Kidney / chemistry; Liver / chemistry; Male; Metallothionein / analysis; Proteins / administration & dosage; Zinc / administration & dosage; Zinc / analysis; Zinc / pharmacokinetics; Zinc Sulfate / administration & dosage
TL;DR: Plasma and tissue Zn concentrations at harvest were generally similar in calves supplemented with 20 mg of Zn/kg from ZnSO4 or ZnProt, however, when supplemented at 500mg of ZN/kg, Zn Prot was absorbed to a greater extent than Zn SO4, based on higher plasma, liver, duodenal, and kidney Zn concentration. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

2000 journal article

Effect of copper source (cupric citrate vs cupric sulfate) and level on growth performance and copper metabolism in pigs


By: T. Armstrong*, J. Spears*, E. Heugten, T. Engle* & C. Wright*

author keywords: copper; growth; liver; bile; bioavailability; pigs
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (OpenAlex)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2000 journal article

Effects of dietary copper source and concentration on carcass characteristics and lipid and cholesterol metabolism in growing and finishing steers

Journal of Animal Science, 78(4), 1053–1059.

By: T. Engle n, J. Spears n, T. Armstrong n, C. Wright n & J. Odle n

MeSH headings : Animal Feed; Animals; Cattle / growth & development; Cattle / metabolism; Cholesterol / metabolism; Copper / pharmacology; Fatty Acids / metabolism; Lipid Metabolism; Liver / metabolism; Male; Meat; Muscle, Skeletal / metabolism
TL;DR: It is indicated that as little as 20 mg of supplemental Cu/kg diet can reduce backfat and serum cholesterol and increase muscle polyunsaturated fatty acids in steers fed high-concentrate diets. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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