Plasma ghrelin is positively associated with body fat, liver fat and milk fat content but not with feed intake of dairy cows after parturition

in Journal of Endocrinology

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The journal apologises for an error in Fig. 2 in the above article published in the February issue (216 2 217–229) of the Journal of Endocrinology. The correct figure is published in full below.

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Ad libitum, feed deprived and re-fed plasma concentrations of NEFAs (A and B) and triacylglycerides (C and D) each −6 weeks before (A and C) and 2 weeks after (B and D) parturition in H (closed square) and L (open circle) cows. At day 1, cows were fed ad libitum for 24 h, whereas at day 2 animals were feed deprived for 10 h (grey-shaded region) followed by a 14-h re-feeding period until day 3. Time=0 h indicates 0630 h at each day. Blood samples were withdrawn in hourly intervals for the analysis of metabolites as indicated. Data are presented as LSM±s.e.m. and P values for each, the ad libitum- and feed-deprived period are given in the graph (ANOVA).

Citation: Journal of Endocrinology 217, 2; 10.1530/JOE-12-0384e

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    Ad libitum, feed deprived and re-fed plasma concentrations of NEFAs (A and B) and triacylglycerides (C and D) each −6 weeks before (A and C) and 2 weeks after (B and D) parturition in H (closed square) and L (open circle) cows. At day 1, cows were fed ad libitum for 24 h, whereas at day 2 animals were feed deprived for 10 h (grey-shaded region) followed by a 14-h re-feeding period until day 3. Time=0 h indicates 0630 h at each day. Blood samples were withdrawn in hourly intervals for the analysis of metabolites as indicated. Data are presented as LSM±s.e.m. and P values for each, the ad libitum- and feed-deprived period are given in the graph (ANOVA).