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Title: Fatty acids affect proliferation of peripheral blood mononuclear cells in dairy cows
Authors: Lacetera, Nicola
Kuzminsky, Giorgina
Morera, Patrizia
Basiricò, Loredana
Keywords: Dairy cows;Vacche da latte;Peripheral blood mononuclear cells;Linfociti;Fatty acids;Acidi grassi
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Italian Journal of Animal Science
Series/Report no.: 10.4081/ijas.2007.1s.434;
Abstract: 
In vitro studies were performed to assess the effects of bovine plasma fatty acids on proliferation of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC). PBMC from 6 Holstein heifers were cultured in media containing oleic (OA), palmitic (PA), stearic (SA), linoleic (LA), palmitoleic (POA), or linolenic (LNA) acid at concentrations mimicking different degree of lipomobilisation. Proliferation of PBMC was stimulated by concanavalin A or pokeweed
mitogen. Concentrations of OA, PA, SA and LA mimicking moderate-intense lipomobilisation impaired PBMC proliferation.
Concentrations of OA or LA mimicking low degree of lipomobilisation enhanced PBMC proliferation. None of the POA, and LNA concentrations affected proliferation of PBMC.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1868
ISSN: 1828-051X
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