Works (3)

Updated: December 19th, 2023 05:03

2023 journal article

Effects of bacterial β-mannanase on apparent total tract digestibility of nutrients in various feedstuffs fed to growing pigs

ANIMAL BIOSCIENCE, 36(11), 1700–1708.

By: K. Jang*, Y. Zhao*, Y. Kim, T. Pasquetti* & S. Kim*

Contributors: K. Jang*, Y. Zhao*, Y. Kim, T. Pasquetti* & S. Kim*

author keywords: Apparent Total Tract Digestibility; (3-Mannanase; Feedstuffs; Metabolizable Energy; Pigs; Protein
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Added: December 18, 2023

2019 journal article

Lowering dietary cation-anion difference increases sow blood and milk calcium concentrations

Journal of Animal Science, 97(7), 2927–2939.

By: J. Guo n, T. Pasquetti n & S. Kim n

Contributors: J. Guo n, T. Pasquetti n & S. Kim n

author keywords: acid-base equilibrium; calcium; dietary cation-anion difference; sow
MeSH headings : Acid-Base Equilibrium; Animal Feed / analysis; Animals; Anions / analysis; Calcium / analysis; Cations / analysis; Colostrum / chemistry; Diet / veterinary; Female; Lactation; Milk / chemistry; Minerals / analysis; Parity; Parturition; Pregnancy; Swine / blood
TL;DR: Collectively, feeding an acidogenic diet with a low DCAD to sows can induce a mild metabolic acidosis at farrowing, reduce the urine pH consistently, and increase serum total Ca and colostrum Ca concentrations during lactation but without altering the parathyroid hormone and 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol levels. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: July 22, 2019

2018 journal article

Effects of supplemental L-methionine on growth performance and redox status of turkey poults compared with the use of DL-methionine

Poultry Science, 97(1), 102–109.

By: I. Park*, T. Pasquetti*, R. Malheiros n, P. Ferket n & S. Kim*

Contributors: I. Park*, T. Pasquetti*, R. Malheiros n, P. Ferket n & S. Kim*

author keywords: growth performance; methionine; oxidative stress; turkey poult
MeSH headings : Animal Feed / analysis; Animals; Diet / veterinary; Dietary Supplements / analysis; Duodenum / metabolism; Jejunum / metabolism; Liver / metabolism; Methionine / metabolism; Oxidation-Reduction; Racemethionine / metabolism; Random Allocation; Turkeys / growth & development; Turkeys / metabolism
TL;DR: Dietary supplementation of 0.33% Met to a diet with S containing AA meeting 60% of the NRC requirement enhanced weight gain, feed intake, and redox status by reducing oxidative stress in the gut and liver of turkey poults during the first 28 d of age. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries, Crossref, ORCID
Added: August 6, 2018

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