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December  2016 

Volume 2  Issue 2

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 Short Review

 Cellular Discrimination Pathways

 Kenneth Simkiss*

In 1955 the Belgian physiologist Christian de Duve applied the techniques of ultracentrification and electron microscopy to discover a group of new membrane bound organelles within animal cells. These structures were full of enzymes capable of breaking down a wide variety of biological polymers and the organelles became known as lysosomes. In subsequent years it slowly became apparent that these lysosomes were associated with a whole group of cellular storage diseases. It was also discovered that calcium was involved with lysosomes and acted as a component in the cellular signalling and cell survival systems. They were a totally unsuspected aspect of inorganic biochemistry.

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Research Article

Cattle Temperament Alters the Metabolic Response to a Feed Restriction Challenge in Beef Steers

Burdick Sanchez NC, Carroll JA*, Broadway PR, Hughes HD, Roberts SL, Richeson JT, Schmidt TB, Vann RC

Recent studies have demonstrated metabolic differences between calm and temperamental cattle. Specifically, temperamental cattle exhibit greater concentrations of NEFAs, decreased blood urea nitrogen (BUN), and decreased insulin sensitivity compared to Calm cattle. It is hypothesized that these differences may influence the manner in which Temperamental cattle respond to feed restriction (FR). Therefore, the objective of this study was to determine whether cattle temperament would influence the metabolic responses to a FR challenge in beef cattle. 

 

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