Session 44. Nutrient sensing and signalling in the gastrointestinal tract; mechanisms, physiological significance and impact on animal’s performance and health
Date: 30 August 2012; 08:30 – 12:30 hours
Nutrient sensing in the lingual epithelium
Glucose sensing in the intestinal tract; relevance to gut heath
The extracellular calcium sensing receptor, CaSR, as a nutrient sensor in physiology and disease
Riccardi, D., Brennan, S.C., Davies, T., Schepelmann, M., Iarova, P. and Kemp, P.J.
Lipid sensing in the gut mucosa; regulation of gut function and food intake
Sweet sensing by gut lactobacillus enhances its growth and population abundance
Daly, K., Hall, N., Bravo, D. and Shirazi-Beechey, S.P.
Nutrient sensing by the immune system: the role of the intestinal microbiota
Bailey, M., Inman, C.F., Christoforidou, Z. and Lewis, M.C.
Does calf starter composition affect unweaned dairy calves’ preferences to grass-clover silage?
Vestergaard, M., Nielsen, M.F., Weisbjerg, M.R. and Kristensen, N.B.
Effect of dietary free or protein-bound Lys, Thr, and Met on expression of b0,+ and myosin in pigs
Grageola, F., García, H., Morales, A., Araiza, A., Arce, N. and Cervantes, M.