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Acceleration of reflex maturation and physical development in suckling rats: effects of a maternal diet containing lipids from goat milk. Repositório Alice
SOARES, J. K. B.; QUEIROGA, R. de C. R. do E.; BOMFIM, M. A. D.; PESSOA, D. C. N. de P.; BARBOSA, E. de A.; SOUZA, D. L.; CABRAL-FILHO, J. E.; MEDEIROS, M. do C..
Objective: To investigate the effects of lipids from goat milk containing conjugated linoleic acids on body weight and reflex ontogeny of neonatal rats treated during the prenatal and suckling periods. Methods: Three groups were studied: soybean oil (S), coconut oil (C), and goat milk lipids (GM). Reflex maturation (palm grasp, righting reflex, cliff avoidance, vibrissae placing, negative geotaxis, auditory startle, and free-fall righting) as well as body weight evolution were recorded during lactation. Results: Data demonstrated that the lipids from goat milk accelerated body weight evolution as well as all the reflex maturation investigated (P < 0.05). Discussion: The supply of goat?s milk offered to Wistar rats during pregnancy and lactation provided...
Tipo: Artigo de periódico Palavras-chave: Maternal nutritional; Dosage effects; Plant oils.; Fats; Leite de cabra; Caprino; Aleitamento; Lactação; Óleo vegetal; Soja; Dieta; Gordura; Prenhez; Coco; Cérebro; Ganho de peso; Goat milk; Goats; Rats; Weight; Suckling; Linoleic acid; Lactation; Drugs; Pregnancy; Soybean oil; Coconut oil; Brain; Conjugated linoleic acid..
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/1005386
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Conjugated linoleic acid in the maternal diet differentially enhances growth and cortical spreading depression in the rat progeny. Repositório Alice
SOARES, J. K. B.; ROCHA-DE-MELO, A. P.; MEDEIROS, M. C.; QUEIROGA, R. C. R. E.; BOMFIM, M. A. D.; SOUZA, A. F. O. de; NASCIMENTO, A. L. V.; GUEDES, R. C. A..
Abstract - Background: Conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) are fatty acids that are found in the lipids from goat milk, and appear to protect neurons from excitotoxicity. Methods: We investigated in developing rats the effects of a maternal CLA-rich diet (containing 7% lipids from goat milk) on body development and cerebral electrical activity of the progeny from dams receiving the CLA diet during gestation (G), lactation (L) or both periods (G + L). Results: Compared to a control group (C) receiving a diet with 7% soybean oil, body weight increased at 14, 21 and 28 days, but not at 35-45 days, in L and G + L groups (P < 0.05). No intergroup difference was found on body and brain weights, body length, abdominal and thoracic circumferences, body mass index...
Tipo: Artigo de periódico Palavras-chave: Brain development; Brain electrophysiology; Physical parameter; Drug effects; Cortical spreading depression; Caprino; Leite de cabra; Ácido linoleico.; Goat milk; Linoleic acid; Polyunsaturated fatty acids; Rats.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/939969
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