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Polymorphisms within the APOBR gene are highly associated with milk levels of prognostic ketosis biomarkers in dairy cows

Tetens, J. ; Heuer, C. ; Heyer, I. ; Klein, Matthias S. ; Gronwald, Wolfram ; Junge, W. ; Oefner, Peter J. ; Thaller, G. ; Krattenmacher, N.


Essentially all high-yielding dairy cows experience a negative energy balance during early lactation leading to increased lipomobilization, which is a normal physiological response. However, a severe energy deficit may lead to high levels of ketone bodies and, subsequently, to subclinical or clinical ketosis. It has previously been reported that the ratio of glycerophosphocholine to ...


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