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Publikationen 2006

 

Zeitschriftenbeiträge, Original papers, peer reviewed

 

Spichiger AC, Allenspach K, Zbinden Y, Doher MG, Hiss S, Blum JW & Sauter SN (2006):

Plasma insulin-like growth factor-1 concentration in dogs with chronic enteropathies
Veterinary Medicine - Czech 51 (1): 35-43

 

Sauerwein H, Heintges U, Bruhns SC, Hennies M & A. Gertler (2006):

Active immunization against leptin fails to affect reproduction and exerts only marginal effects on glucose metabolism in young female goats
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 90: 278-288

Online publications date: DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0396.2005.00597.x

 

Ostrowski S, Williams JB, Mésochina P & Sauerwein H (2006):

Physiological acclimation of a desert antelope, Arabian Oryx (Oryx leucoryx), to long-term food and water restriction.

Journal of Comparative Physiology [B] 176: 191-201

 

Hocquette J-F, Sauerwein H, Higashiyama Y, Picard B & Abe H (2006):

Prenatal developmental changes in glucose transporters, intermediary metabolism and hormonal receptors related to the IGF/insulin-glucose axis in the heart and adipose tissue of bovines.

Reproduction Nutrition Development 46: 257-272

 

Müller U, Neu-Zahren A & Sauerwein H (2006):

Milking-induced changes of the teat canal: review of investigation methods and first results from testing teat canal penetrability.

Milk Science International (Milchwissenschaft) 61 (3): 242-245

 

Altmann M, Sauerwein H & von Borell E (2006):                                      

Plasma leptin in growing lambs as a potential predictor for carcass composition and daily gain.

Meat Science 74 (3): 600-604

 

Altmann M, Sauerwein H & von Borell E (2006):

The relationships between leptin concentrations and body fat reserves in lambs are reduced by short-term fasting.

Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 90 (9-10): 407-413

 

 

 

 

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