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W1181: Modifying Milk Fat Composition for Improved Nutritional and Market Value

Publications (Annual Report): [2005] [2006] [2007] [2008]

[2005]

Peer  Reviewed Manuscripts 1. AbuGhazaleh, A. A., and T. C. Jenkins. 2004. Disappearance of docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acids from cultures of mixed ruminal microorganisms. J. Dairy Sci. 87:645-651. 2. AbuGhazaleh, A. A., and T. C. Jenkins. 2004. Short Communication: Docosahexaenoic acid promotes vaccenic acid accumulation in mixed ruminal cultures when incubated with linoleic acid. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1047-1050. 3. AbuGhazaleh, D. J. Schingoethe, A. R. Hippen, and K. F. Kalscheur. 2004. Conjugated linoleic acid increases in milk when cows are fed fish meal and extruded soybeans for an extended period of time. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1758-1766. 4. Bauman, D.E., J.W. Perfield, II, and A.L. Lock. 2004. Effect of trans fatty acids on milk fat and their impact on human health. Proc. Southwest Nutrition and Management Conf., Tempe, AZ. pp. 41 - 52. 5. Bobe, G., A.E. Freeman, G.L. Lindberg, and D.C. Beitz. 2004. The influence of milk protein phenotypes on fatty acid composition of milk from Holstein cows. Milchwissenschaft 50:3-6. 6. Castañeda-Gutiérrez, E. T.R. Overton, W.R. Butler, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Dietary supplements of two doses of Ca Salts of conjugated linoleic acid during the transition period and early lactation. J. Dairy Sci. (In press). 7. Collier, R.J., L.H. Baumgard, A.L. Lock and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Physiological limitations, nutrient partitioning. In: Yields of Farmed Species: Constraints and Opportunities in the 21st Century. Proceedings: 61st Easter School. Nottingham, England. J. Wiseman and R. Bradley, eds. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, U.K. (In Press). 8. de Veth, M.J., J.M. Griinari, A.M. Pfeiffer, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Effect of CLA on milk fat synthesis in dairy cows: comparison of inhibition by methyl esters and free fatty acids, and relationships among studies. Lipids. 39:365-372. 9. Dhiman, T. R., M. S. Zaman, K. C. Olson, H. R. Bingham, A. L. Ure, and M. W. Pariza. 2004 Influence of feeding soybean oil on conjugated linoleic acid content of beef. In press J. Agric. Food Chem. 10. Dhiman, T. R., S. Nam, and A. L. Ure. 2004. Factors affecting conjugated linoleic acid content of milk and meat. Accepted Critical Rev. in Food Sci. Nutr. 11. Kay, J.K., E.S. Kolver, N.A. Thomson, J.R. Roche and L.H. Baumgard. 2005 The effect of vitamin E supplementation on production and fatty acid profiles. J. Dairy Res. (accepted). 12. Kay, J.K, T.R. Mackle, M.J. Auldist, N.A. Thomson, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Endogenous synthesis of cis-9, trans-11 conjugated linoleic acid in dairy cows fed fresh pasture. J. Dairy Sci. 87:369-378. 13. Kay, J.K., J.R. Roche, C.E. Moore and L.H. Baumgard. Effects of dietary CLA on production parameters in grazing transition diary cows. (submitted). 14. Kay, J.K., W.J. Weber, C.E. Moore, D.E. Bauman, L. Hansen, H. Chester-Jones, B.A. Crooker and L.H. Baumgard. Effects of week of lactation and genetic selection for milk yield on milk fafty acid composition. (submitted). 15. Litherland, N.B., S. Thire, A.D. Beaulieu, C.K. Reynolds, J.A. Benson, and J.K. Drackley. 2005. Dry matter intake is decreased more by abomasal infusion of unsaturated free fatty acids than by unsaturated triglycerides. J. Dairy Sci. 2005 88: 632-643. 16. Lock, A.L., B.A. Corl, D.M. Barbano, D.E. Bauman, and C. Ip. 2004. The anticarcinogenic effect of trans-11 18:1 is dependent on its conversion to cis-9, trans-11 CLA by D9desaturase in rats. J. Nutr. 134:2698-2704. 17. Lock, A.L., J.W. Perfield II, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Trans fatty acids in ruminant-derived foods: fact and fiction. Proc. Cornell Nutr. Conf. pp. 123-134. 18. Lynch, J.M., A.L. Lock, D.A. Dwyer, R. Norbaksh, D.M. Barbano, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Flavour and stability of pasteurized milk with elevated levels of conjugated linoleic acid and vaccenic acid. J. Dairy Sci. 88:489-498. 19. Lundy III, F. P., E. Block, W. C. Bridges Jr., J. A. Bertrand, and T. C. Jenkins. 2004. Ruminal biohydrogenation in Holstein cows fed soybean fatty acids as amides or calcium salts. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1038-1046. 20. Moore, C.E., H.C. Hafliger III, O.B. Mendivil, S.R. Sanders, D.E. Bauman and L.H. Baumgard. 2004. Increasing amounts of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) progressively reduce milk fat synthesis immediately postpartum. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1886-1895. 21. Moore, C.E., J.K. Kay, M.J. VanSaale, R.J. Collier and L.H. Baumgard. Effect of conjugated linoleic acid on heat stressed Brown Swiss and Holstein cattle. J. Dairy Sci. (accepted). 22. Neelam Kewalramani, T. R. Dhiman and Harjit Kaur. 2003. Factors affecting conjugated linoleic acid content of milk  A Review. Anim. Nutr. Feed Technol. 3:91-105. 23. Peterson, D.G., E.A. Matitashvili, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. The inhibitory effect of trans-10, cis-12 CLA on lipid synthesis in bovine mammary epithelial cells involves reduced proteolytic activation of the transcription factor SREBP-1. J. Nutr. 134:2523-2527. 24. Perfield II, J.W., A.L. Lock, A.M. Pfeiffer, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Effects of amide-protected and lipid-encapsulated conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) supplements on milk fat synthesis. J. Dairy Sci. 87:3010-3016. 25. Perfield II, J.W., A. Sæbø and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Use of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) enrichments to examine the effects of trans-8, cis-10 CLA and cis-11, trans-13 CLA on milk-fat synthesis. J. Dairy Sci. 87:1196-1202. 26. Poulson, C. S., T. R. Dhiman, A. L. Ure, D. Cornforth, and K. C. Olson. 2004. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) content of beef from cattle fed diets containing high grain, CLA or forages. Livestock Prod. Sci. 91:117-128. 27. Qiu, X., M.L. Eastridge, and J.L. Firkins. 2004. Effects of dry matter intake, addition of buffer, and source of fat on duodenal flow and concentration of conjugated linoleic acid and trans-11 C18:1 in milk. J. Dairy Sci. 87:4278-4286. 28. Qiu, X., M.L. Eastridge, K.E. Griswold, and J.L. Firkins. 2004. Effects of substrate, passage rate, and pH in continuous culture on flows of conjugated linoleic acid and trans C18:1. J. Dairy Sci. 87:3473-3479. 29. Sæbø, A., J.W. Perfield II, P. Delmonte, M.P. Yurawecz, P. Lawrence, J.T. Brenna, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Milk fat synthesis is unaffected by abomasal infusion of the conjugated diene 18:3 isomers cis-6, trans-10, cis-12 and cis-6, trans-8, cis-12. Lipids. (In press). 30. Sanders, S.R., M.K. Teachey, A. Ptock, K. Kraemer, 0. Hasselwander, E.J. Henriksen and L.H. Baumgard. 2004 Effects of Specific Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) Isomers on Growth Characteristics in Obese Zucker Rats. Lipids 39:537-543. 31. Shen, S., G. Bobe, S. Zimmerman, E.G. Hammond, C.M. Luhman, T.D. Boylston, A.E. Freeman and D.C. Beitz. 2004. Physical and sensory properties of dairy products from cows with various milk fatty acid compositions. J. Agr. Food Chem. 52:3422-3428. 32. Shingfield, K. J., C. K. Reynolds, B. Lupoli, V. Toivonen, A. S. Grandison, J. M. Griinari, and D. E. Beever. Effect of forage type and proportion of concentrate in the diet on milk fatty acid responses to a mixture of sunflower and fish oil. J. Anim. Sci., in press. 33. Shingfield, K. J., C. K. Reynolds, A. K. Jones, B. Lupoli, G. Hervás, J. M. Griinari, A. S. Grandison, and D. E. Beever. Examination of the persistency of milk fatty acid composition responses to fish oil and sunflower oil in the diet. J. Dairy Sci., submitted. 34. Ure, A. L., T. R. Dhiman, M. D. Stern and K. C. Olson. 2004. Treated extruded soybean meal as a source of fat and protein for dairy cows. Submitted Animal Feed Science and Technology Reviews 1. Bauman, D.E. 2004. Wandering the old growth forest: the milk fat depression story. In: Meeting Challenges to the Dairy Industry through Research. Proceedings. pp. 1-10. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL. 2. Bauman, D.E. and A.L. Lock. 2005. Conjugated linoleic acid. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Science. (Eds. W.G. Pond and A.W. Bell) Marcel Dekker, Inc., NY, NY. pp. 235-238. 3. Bauman, D.E. and A.L. Lock. 2005. Conjugated linoleic acid: Biosynthesis and nutritional significance. In: P.F. Fox and P.L.H. McSweeney (Eds.) Advanced Dairy Chemistry, Volume 2: Lipids, 3rd Edition. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, USA. (In press). 4. Bauman, D.E., A.L. Lock, B.A. Corl, C. Ip, A.M. Salter, and P.W. Parodi. 2005. Milk fatty acids and human health: potential role of conjugated linoleic acid and trans fatty acids. In: Proceedings 10th International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology. (Ed. K. Sejrsen). Wageningen Academic Publishers. (In press). 5. Griinari, J.M. and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Regulation of milk fat production. In: Proceedings 10th International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology. (Ed. K. Sejrsen). Wageningen Academic Publishers. (In press). 6. Griinari, J.M., D.E. Bauman, and E. Castañeda-Gutiérrez. 2004. Novos conceitos relacionados à manipulação da gordura do leite (New concepts regarding milk fat manipulation). In: J.W. Dürr, M. Pereira de Carvalho and M. Veiga dos Santos (Eds.) O compromisso com a Qualidada do leite no Brasil, Editora Universitária, Passo Fundo, pp. 1-17. 7. Lock, A.L. and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Modifying milk fat composition of dairy cows to enhance fatty acids beneficial to human health. Lipids 39: 1197-1206. 8. Palmquist, D.L., A.L. Lock, K.J. Shingfield, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Biosynthesis of conjugated linoleic acid in ruminants and humans. In: Advances in Food and Nutrition Research. Edited by S.L. Taylor. Elsevier Inc. San Diego, CA. (In press). Abstracts and Reports 1. AbuGhazaleh, A. A., M. B. Riley, and T. C. Jenkins. 2004. The effect of dilution rate and pH on the conversion of stable isotopically labelled oleic acid to trans monoenes in continuous culture. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1):337. 2. Aguiar, G., T. R. Dhiman, A. L. Ure, S. F. Porter, and L. L. Jeffs. 2004. Changes in milk fatty acids during transition of dairy cows from diest based on conserved forages and grain to pasture. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1):341. 3. Allred S. L., T. R. Dhiman, C. P. Brennand, R. C. Khanal, and D. J. McMahon. 2004. The conjugated linoleic acid and É-3 fatty acids in milk and cheese from cows fed calcium salts of fish oil alone or in combination with soybean products. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1):335. 4. Baker, S.H., S.R. Sanders, S. Zibadi, R.R. Watson and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. Effects of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) on whole animal body composition parameters in geriatric mice. FASEB J. in press. 5. Bauman, D.E., A.L. Lack, L.H. Baumgard, and R.J. Collier. 2004. Nutrient Partitioning and milk yield: Constraints and opportunities in the 21st century. Proc. Cornell Nutr. Conf. pp. 107-122. 6. Baumgard, L.H., S.R. Sanders, O.B. Mendivil, J.K. Kay, J.A. Marchello, P. Delmonte, J.M. Griinari, and M. P. Yurawecz. 2004 Subcutaneous and abdominal fatty acid composition and CLA profiles in grain finished steers. J. Anim. Sci. Supplement (1). 82: 422. 7. de Veth, M.J., Castaneda-Gutierrez, D.A. Dwyer, A.M. Pfeiffer, D.E. Putnam, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Nutrient status influences the effect of conjugated linoleic acid on milk synthesis. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1):94. 8. Flux, C.L., A.L. Lock, P.J. Buttery, D.E. Bauman, and A.M. Salter. 2004. Effect of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) on adipose tissue fatty acid metabolism in the hamster. Proc. 6th Congress of the International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids. Session 11-3, page 155. Brighton, UK. 9. Gursoy Balog, U. 2004. Effects of supplemental fat on milk fat composition and body lipid balance during an entire lactation. M.S. thesis, University of Illinois, Urbana. 10. Hafliger III, H.C., C.E. Moore, S.R. Sanders, and L.H. Baumgard 2004. Effects of feeding increasing levels of vitamin E on milk production variables, plasma fatty acid composition, and milk fatty acid profiles in Holstein cows experiencing diet induced milk fat depression. J. Dairy Sci. Supplement (1) 87: 305. 11. Heravi Moussavi, A., R.O. Gilbert, T.R. Overton, D.E. Bauman, and W.R. Butler. 2004. Effects of feeding menhaden fish meal or Ca salts of fish oil fatty acids on uterine fatty acids composition, COX-2 level and PGF2± production in early lactating cows. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1):297. 12. Home, C.A.M., A-L. Lock, M. Hurley, D.E. Bauman, and A. Salter. 2004. Effect of a vaccenic acid (VA)/conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)-enriched butter on plasma lipoproteins in the cholesterol-fed hamster. Proc. 6th Congress of the International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids. Session J3, page 96. Brighton, UK. 13. Kalscheur, K. F., A. R. Hippen, and D. J. Schingoethe. 2004. Milk fatty acid composition and lactation performance of cows fed linseed oil or fish oil in combination with sunflower seeds. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl.1):337 (Abstr.). 14. Kay, J.K., J.R. Roche and L.H. Baumgard. 2004 Effects of dietary CLA on production parameters in pasture-fed transition dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. Supplement (1) 87: 95. 15. Kay, J.K., W.J. Weber, H. Chester-Jones, L. Hansen, D.E. Bauman, B.A. Crooker, and L.H. Baumgard. 2004. Effects of genetic selection for milk yield and stage of lactation on milk fatty acid profiles. FASEB J. (Exp. Biol. 2004):A682. 16. Litherland, N.B. 2004. Effects of esterification, degree of saturation and amount of fatty acids infused into the rumen or abomasum of lactating dairy cows. M.S. thesis, University of Illinois, Urbana. 17. Lock, A.L., A. Salter, M. Hurley, D.A. Dwyer, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Effect of a vaccenic acid (VA)/conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)-enriched butter on tissue CLA concentrations in the hamster. Proc. 6th Congress of the International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids. Session 11-7, page 155. Brighton, UK. 18. Lock, A.L., B.A. Corl, D.E. Bauman, D.M. Barbano, and C. Ip. 2004. The anticancer effects of vaccenic acid in milk fat are due to its conversion to conjugated linoleic acid via D9 desaturase. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1):425. 19. Lock, A.L., B.A. Corl, D.M. Barbano, C. Ip, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. The anticarcinogenic effect of trans-11 18:1 is dependent on its conversion to cis-9, trans-11 CLA by delta-9 desaturase. Proc. 6th Congress of the International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids. Session 4-7, page 130. Brighton, UK. 20. Lock, A.L., J.W. Perfield II, D.E. Putnam, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Evaluation of the degree of rumen inertness and bioavailability of trans-10, cis-12 CLA in a lipid encapsulated supplement. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1): 335. 21. Loor, J. J., H. M. Dann, R. E. Everts, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, H. A. Lewin, and J. K. Drackley. 2004. Mammary and hepatic gene expression analysis in peripartal dairy cows using a bovine cDNA microarray. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1): 196. 22. Loor, J. J., N. A. Janovick, R. E. Everts, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, H. A. Lewin, and J. K. Drackley. 2004. Adipose, mammary, and hepatic gene expression profiling in lactating dairy cows using a bovine cDNA microarray. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1): 196-197. 23. Lynch, J.M., A.L. Lock, D.A. Dwyer, R. Norbaksh, D.M. Barbano, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Flavor and stability of pasteurized milk with elevated levels of conjugated linoleic acid and vaccenic acid. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1):236-237. 24. McConnell, C., A.L. Lock, J.W. McFadden, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Fish oil supplementation in dairy cows causes a reduction in milk fat secretion and enhances milk fatty acids of interest in human health. FASEB J. (Exp. Biol. 2004):A129. (Abstr.) 25. Mendivil, O.B., C.E. Moore, H.C. Hafliger 111, S.R. Sanders, G.C. Duff and L.H. Baumgard. 2004. Effects of CLA on tissue response to homeostatic signals and plasma lipid metabolism variables in growing beef steers. J. Anim. Sci. Supplement (1). 82: 333. 26. Moore, C.E., H.C. Hafliger III, O.B. Mendivil, R.J. Collier and L.H. Baumgard. 2004 Effects of dietary CLA on production parameters and milk fatty acid variables in Holstein and Brown Swiss cows during heat stress. J. Dairy Sci. Supplement (1) 87: 307. 27. Perfield II, J.W., P. Delmonte, A.L. Lock, M.P. Yurawecz, and D.E. Bauman. 2004. Trans-10, trans-12 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) reduces the D9desaturase index without affecting milk fat yield in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 87(Suppl. 1):128. 28. Reynolds, C. K., S. C. Loerch, G. D. Lowe, D. D. Clevenger, P. A. Tirabasso, V. L. Cannon, and J. R. Abril. 2004. Effects of forage source on the response of milk fatty acid composition to soybean and marine algal oil supplementation in ewes. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1): 54. 29. Ribeiro, C.V.D.M., and M.L. Eastridge. 2004. Relationship of rate of appearance of vaccenic acid and pH during in vitro biohydrogenation of linoleic acid from alfalfa hay. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1):37. 30. Ribeiro, C.V.D.M., and M.L. Eastridge. 2004. Comparison of biohydrogenation of fatty acids in lyophilized forage and air dried forage with sucrose additions. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1):38. 31. Shingfield, K. J., C. K. Reynolds, D. J. Humphries, B. Lupoli, V. Toivonen, A. S. Grandison, J. M. Griinari, and D. E. Beever. 2004. Effect of fish oil and sunflower oil supplements offered alone or in varying combinations on milk fatty acid composition in cows fed maize silage based diets. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1): 336. 32. Shingfield, K. J., D. E. Beever, C. K. Reynolds, S. K., Gulati, D. J. Humphries, B. Lupoli, G. Hervás, and J. M. Griinari. 2004. Effect of rumen protected conjugated linoleic acid on energy metabolism of dairy cows during early to mid-lactation. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1): 307. 33. Sonon, R.N. Jr., D.C. Beitz, A.H. Trenkle, J.R. Russell, and R. Rosmann. 2004. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) concentrations in beef tissues from cattle finished on pasture initially with limited grain. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1), J. Anim. Sci. 82 (Suppl. 1), Poult. Sci. 83 (Suppl. 1):134. 34. Sonon, R.N., D.C. Beitz, A.H. Trenkle, and M.M. Bohan. 2004. Assessing conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) concentrations in milk from pastured dairy cows. Abstr. No. 1 of 116th annual meeting of Iowa Acad. Sci. 35. Sonon, R.N. Jr., D.C. Beitz, and A.H. Trenkle. 2004. Improving health benefits of beef and milk: A field study. Animal Science Reports, Department of Animal Science, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. 36. Teles, B.M., H.J.D. Rosa, D.E. Bauman, A.L. Lock, J.W. Perfield II, and L.A. Sinclair. 2004. The effect of trans-10, cis-12 CLA on milk fat synthesis in lactating sheep. XIV Congresso de Zootecnia: A Zootecnia O Futuro (Animal Production-The Future). October 79, 2004. Angra do Heroismo, Azores, Portugal. 37. Ure, A. L., T. R. Dhiman, M. D. Stern and K. C. Olson. 2004. Treated extruded soybean meal as a source of fat and protein for dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 87 (Suppl. 1):51.

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Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts

1. Litherland, N. B., S. Thire, A. D. Beaulieu, C. K. Reynolds, J. A. Benson, and J. K. Drackley. 2005. Dry matter intake is decreased more by abomasal infusion of unsaturated free fatty acids than by unsaturated triglycerides. J. Dairy Sci. 88:632-643.

2. Cohen-Zinder M., E. Seroussi, D. M. Larkin, J. J. Loor, A. Everts-van der Wind, J.-H. Lee, J. K. Drackley, M. R. Band, A. G. Hernandez, M. Shani, H. A. Lewin, J. I. Weller, and M. Ron. 2005. Identification of a missense mutation in the bovine ABCG2 gene with a major effect on the QTL on chromosome 6 affecting milk yield and composition in Holstein cattle. Genome Research 15:936944.

3. Dann, H. M., D. E. Morin, M. R. Murphy, G. A. Bollero, and J. K. Drackley. 2005. Prepartum intake, postpartum induction of ketosis, and periparturient disorders affect the metabolic status of dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 88:3249-3264.

4. Loor, J. J., H. M. Dann, R. E. Everts, R. Oliveira, C. A. Green, N. A. Janovick- Guretzky, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, H. A. Lewin, and J. K. Drackley. 2005. Microarray analysis of liver from dairy cows during the dry period through early lactation reveals complex adaptive mechanisms in hepatic gene expression. Physiol. Genomics 23:217-226.

5. Lynch, J.M., A.L. Lock, D.A. Dwyer, R. Norbaksh, D.M. Barbano, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Flavor and stability of pasteurized milk with elevated levels of conjugated linoleic acid and vaccenic acid. J. Dairy Sci. 88:489-498.

6. Sæbø, A., J.W. Perfield II, P. Delmonte, M.P. Yurawecz, P. Lawrence, J.T. Brenna, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Milk fat synthesis is unaffected by abomasal infusion of the conjugated diene 18:3 isomers cis-6, trans-10, cis-12 and cis-6, trans-8, cis-12. Lipids. 40:89-95.

7. de Veth, M.J., S.K. Gulati, N.D. Luchini, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Comparison of calcium salts and formaldehyde-protected conjugated linoleic acid in inducing milk fat depression. J. Dairy Sci. 88:1685-1693.

8. Lock, A.L., D.E. Bauman, and P.C. Garnsworthy. 2005. Short Communication: Effect of production variables on the cis-9, trans-11 conjugated linoleic acid content of cows milk. J. Dairy Sci. 88:2714-2717.

9. Delmonte, P., A. Kataoka, B.A. Corl, D.E. Bauman, and M.P. Yurawecz. 2005. Relative retention order of all isomers of cis/trans conjugated linoleic acid FAME from the 6,8 to 13,15 positions using silver ion HPLC with 2 different elution systems. Lipids 40:509-514.

10. Lock, A.L., C.A.M. Horne, D.E. Bauman, and A.M. Salter. 2005. Butter naturally enriched in conjugated linoleic acid and vaccenic acid alters tissue fatty acids and improves the plasma lipoprotein profile in cholesterol-fed hamster. J. Nutr. 135:1934-1939.

11. Kay, J.K., W.J. Weber, C.E. Moore, D.E. Bauman, L.B. Hansen, H. Chester-Jones, B.A. Crooker, and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. Effects of week of lactation and genetic selection for milk yield on milk fatty acid composition in Holstein cows. J. Dairy Sci. 88:3886-3893.

12. McCaughey, K.M., E.J. DePeters, S.J. Taylor, P.H. Robinson, J.E.P. Santos, and J.W. Pareas. 2005. Impact of feeding whole Upland cottonseed, with or without cracked Pima cottonseed with increasing addition of iron sulfate, on milk and milk fat composition of lactating dairy cattle. Animal Feed Science and Technology 123/124:667-685.

13. Morimoto, K.C., A.L. Van Eenennaam, E.J. DePeters, and J.F. Medrano. 2005. Hot Topic: Endogenous production of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in mammalian cells. Journal of Dairy Science 88:1142-1146.

14. Khanal, R. C., T. R. Dhiman, A. L. Ure, C. P. Brennand, R. L. Boman, and D. J. McMahon. 2005. Consumer acceptability of conjugated linoleic acid-enriched milk and Cheddar Cheese from cows grazing on pasture. J. Dairy Sci. 88:1837-1847.

15. Poulson, C. S., T. R. Dhiman, A. L. Ure, D. Cornforth, and K. C. Olson. 2004. Conjugated linoleic acid content of beef from cattle fed diets containing high grain, CLA or forages. Livestock Prod. Sci. 91:117-128.

16. Tiffany, M.E., V. Fellner, and J. W. Spears. 2005. Influence of cobalt concentration on vitamin B12 production, and fermentation of mixed ruminal microorganisms grown in continuous culture flow-through fermentors. J. Anim. Sci. In Press.

17. Kay, J.K., E.S. Kolver, N.A. Thomson, J.R. Roche and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. The effect of vitamin E supplementation on production and fatty acid profiles. J. Dairy Res. 72:322-332.

18. Moore, C.E., J.K. Kay, M.J. VanBaale, R.J. Collier and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. Effect of conjugated linoleic acid on heat stressed Brown Swiss and Holstein cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 88:1732-1740.

Reviews

1. Bauman, D.E. and A.L. Lock. 2005. Conjugated linoleic acid. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Science. (Eds. W.G. Pond and A.W. Bell) Marcel Dekker, Inc., NY, NY. pp. 235-238.

2. Lock, A.L., P.W. Parodi, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. The biology of trans fatty acids: implications for human health and the dairy industry. Aust. J. Dairy Technol. 60:134-142.

3. Palmquist, D.L., A.L. Lock, K.J. Shingfield, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Biosynthesis of conjugated linoleic acid in ruminants and humans. In: Advances in Food and Nutrition Research. (Ed. by S.L. Taylor). Elsevier Inc., San Diego, CA. Volume 50, pp. 179-218.

4. Bauman, D.E., A.L. Lock, B.A. Corl, C. Ip, A.M. Salter, and P.W. Parodi. 2005. Milk fatty acids and human health: Potential role of conjugated linoleic acid and trans fatty acids. In: Ruminant Physiology: Digestion, Metabolism and Impact of Nutrition on Gene Expression, Immunology and Stress. (Eds. K. Sejrsen, T. Hvelplund and M.O. Nielson). Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, The Netherlands. pp. 523-555.

5. Griinari, J.M. and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Regulation of milk fat production. In: Ruminant Physiology: Digestion, Metabolism and Impact of Nutrition on Gene Expression, Immunology and Stress. (Eds. K. Sejrsen, T. Hvelplund and M.O. Nielson). Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, The Netherlands. pp. 383-411.

6. Dhiman, T. R., S. Nam, and A. L. Ure. 2005. Factors affecting conjugated linoleic acid content of milk and meat. Critical Rev. Food Sci. Nutr. 45:436-482.

7. AbuGhazaleh, A. A., M. B. Riley, E. E. Thies, and T. C. Jenkins. 2005. Dilution rate and pH effects on the conversion of oleic acid to trans C18:1 positional isomers in continuous culture. J. Dairy Sci. 88:4334-4341.

8. Baumgard, L.H. J.K. Kay, C.E. Moore, M.J. VanBaale and R.P. Rhoads. 2005. Mechanisms regulating milk fat synthesis: potential on-farm applications of basic science. New Zealand Society of Animal Production. 65:33-39.

Conference Proceedings

1. Bauman, D.E., A.L. Lock, and J.W. Perfield II. 2005. The role of trans fatty acids in the regulation of milk fat synthesis. Proc. Intermountain Nutr. Conf. pp. 85-96.

2. Lock. A.L., K.J. Harvatine, I. Ipharraguerre, M. Van Amburgh, J.K Drackley, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. The dynamics of fat digestion in lactating cows: What does the literature tell us? Proc. Cornell Nutr. Conf. pp. 83-94.

3. Perfield II, J.W. and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Current theories and recent advances in the biology of milk fat depression. Proc. Cornell Nutr. Conf. pp. 95-106.

4. Lock, A.L., L.A. Sinclair, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Milk fat synthesis and its regulation in dairy sheep. Proc. 11th Great Lakes Dairy Sheep Symposium. pp. 67-80

5. Beitz, D.C. 2005. Contributions of animal products to healthy diets. Proc. 2005 Cornell Nutr. Conf. pp. 117-126.

6. Odens, LJ., J.K. Kay, M.J. VanBaale and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. Managing and improving energy balance through the transition period. Reunioin Internacional Sobre Produccion De Carne Y Leche En Climas Calidos. Mexicali, Baja California pp. 66-86.

7. Moore, C.E., J.K. Kay, M.J. VanBaale and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. Calculating and improving energy balance during times of nutrient limitation. Proc. Southwest Nutr. Conf: 173-185.

Abstracts and Reports

1. Kadegowda, A. K. G., L. S. Piperova, and R. A. Erdman Principal component and multivariate analysis of milk fatty acid composition data from experiments designed to induce dietary milk fat depression in lactating cows. 2005. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 88 (Suppl. 1):176.

2. Loor, J. J., L. Piperova, R. E. Everts, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, J. K. Drackley, R. A. Erdman, and H. A. Lewin. 2005. Mammary gene expression profiling in cows fed a milk-fat depressing diet using a bovine 13,000 oligonucleotide microarray. J. Dairy Sci. 88 (Suppl. 1):120.

3. Moutsioulis, A.A., D.C. Rule, C.M. Murrieta, D.E. Bauman, A.L. Lock, D.M. Barbano, and G.B. Cary. 2005. Conjugated linoleic acid appearance in human breast milk. The FASEB Journal 19 (No. 4), A436.

4. Sims, H.M., C. Major, A.L. Lock, D.E. Bauman, and A.M. Salter. 2005. Inhibition of stearoyl CoA desaturases activity induces hypercholesterolaemia in cholesterol-fed hamsters. Nutrition Society Summer Meeting, June 28  July 1, Norwich, UK.

5. Ryan, K.J.P., C. Major, A.L. Lock, D.E. Bauman, and A.M. Salter. 2005. Interactive effects of dietary cholesterol and inhibition of stearoyl CoA desaturase activity on lipogenic gene expression. Nutrition Society Summer Meeting, June 28  July 1, Norwich, UK.

6. Sinclair, L.A., A.L. Lock, J.W. Perfield II, B.M. Teles, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. The effect of trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid on milk fat synthesis in lactating sheep. Proc. Brit. Soc. Animal Sci. (No. 92).

7. Salter, A.M., A.L. Lock, C.A.M. Claire, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Effect of butter naturally enriched in conjugated linoleic acid and vaccenic acid on plasma lipoproteins the cholesterol-fed hamsters. 2nd European Symposium on Dietary Fatty Acids and Health. Euro. Fed Lipid. Frankfurt, Germany.

8. Salter, A.M., A.L. Lock, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Absorption and tissue accumulation of conjugated linoleic acid: A comparison of butter fat and a free fatty acid supplement. 2nd European Symposium on Dietary Fatty Acids and Health. Euro. Fed Lipid. Frankfurt, Germany.

9. Sæbø, A., P.-C. Sæbø, K.J. Shingfield, D.E. Bauman, L. Granlund, J.I. Pedersen, P. Delmonte, and J.M. Griinari. 2005. Identification of novel CLA isomers with anti-lipogenic effect. The 23rd Noridic Lipid Symposium. Reykjavík, Iceland.

10. Castaneda-Gutierrez, E., W.R. Butler, M.J de Veth, A.L. Lock, D.A. Dwyer, D. Luchini, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Effect of supplementation with Ca-salts of fish oil on omega-3 fatty acids in milk fat. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 88 (Suppl. 1):179-180.

11. McConnell, C., A.L. Lock, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Rumen vs. abomasal infusion of fish oil as a novel approach to determine the extent of rumen biohydrogenation of omega-3 fatty acids and their transfer into milk fat. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 88 (Suppl. 1):180.

12. Lock, A.L., J.W. Perfield II, B.M. Teles, D.E. Bauman, and L.A. Sinclair. 2005. Trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid reduces milk fat synthesis in lactating sheep. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 88 (Suppl. 1):210.

13. Perfield II, J.W., A.L. Lock, S. Sæbø, J.M. Griinari, and D.E. Bauman. 2005. Trans-9, cis-11 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) reduces milk fat synthesis in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 88 (Suppl. 1):211.

14. Lock, A.L., C.A.M. Horne, D.E. Bauman, and A.M. Salter. 2005. Effect of vaccenic acid/conjugated linoleic acid-enriched butter on plasma lipoproteins in the cholesterol-fed hamster. J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 88 (Suppl. 1):290.

15. Bauman, D.E., J.W. Perfield II, E. Castañeda-Gutiérrez, K.J. Harvatine, and A.L. Lock. 2005. Conjugated linoleic acids in ruminants: Functional food implications and agricultural applications. Proc. 26th World Congress of International Society for Fat Research, September 2528, Prague, Czech Republic. pp. 55.

16. Chardigny, J.-M., F. Destaillats, C. Malpuech-Brugère, F. Enjalbert, D.E. Bauman, D.M. Barbano, B. German, R.P. Mensink, N. Combe, P. Chaumont, F. Guiffrida, J.-B. Bezelgues, I. Cristiani, J. Moulin, Y. Boirie, F. Dionisi, P.-A. Golay, and J.-L. Sébédio. 2005. Comparative effect of the two different sources of trans fatty acids (milk fat vs hydrogenated oil) on cardiovascular risk factors in humans. First International Symposium on Trans Fatty Acids and Health. Rungstedgaard. Copenhagen, Denmark.

17. Dhiman, T. R., Poulson, C. S., Ure, A. L. and D. Cornforth. 2005. Feed forages enhance CLA and vitamin E content in beef. Feedstuffs Sept. 19:14-17.

18. Dhiman, T. R., S. A. Hagos, J. L. Walters, and S. Tamminga. 2005. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and omega fatty acids in milk from cows fed green chopped forage. J. Dairy Sci. 88 (Suppl. 1):276.

19. Dhiman, T. R., A. L. Ure, and S. Nam. 2005. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) content of milk and meat products and its intake in humans. J. Dairy Sci. 88 (Suppl. 1):181.

20. Vibart, R., V. Fellner, J. Burns, and M. Gumpertz. 2005. Performance of lactating dairy cows fed varying levels of total mixed rations and pasture. J. Dairy Sci. 88 (Suppl. 1) : 94.

21. Myers. P. J., S. E. Ellis, K.J.L. Burg, and T. C. Jenkins. 2005. Use of formaldehyde-treated protein capsules as a means to protect conjugated linoleic acid from ruminal biohydrogenation. J. Dairy Sci. (Suppl. 1): 83:97.

22. Jenkins, T. C., A. A. AbuGhazaleh, E. J. Thies, and M. B. Riley. 2005. Conversion of oleic acid to 10-hydroxy and 10-keto stearic acids in vitro and their accumulation in milk of cows fed added fat. J. Dairy Sci. (Suppl. 1):371.

23. Rhoads, M.L., R.P. Rhoads, L.J. Odens, R. Burgos, S.H. Baker, B.C. Pollard, C.E. Moore, J.K. Kay, M.J. VanBaale, R.J. Collier and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. Effects of dietary CLA on thermogenesis and body temperature indices in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 88. Suppl. (1):211.

24. Moore, C.E., J.K. Kay, R.P. Rhoads and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. A comparison of trans-10, cis-12 CLA effectiveness at reducing milk fat synthesis in early vs. established lactation. J. Dairy Sci. 88. Suppl. (1):210-211

25. Baker, S.H., S.R. Sanders, S. Zibadi, R.R. Watson and L.H. Baumgard. 2005. Effects of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) on whole animal body composition parameters in geriatric mice. FASEB J. 19:A45-46.

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Peer  Reviewed Manuscripts Annen, E.L., A.C. Fitzgerald, P.C. Gentry, M.A. McGuire, A.V. Capuco, L.H. Baumgard, and R.J. Collier. 2007. Effect of continuous milking and bST supplementation on mammary epithelial cell turnover. J. Dairy Sci. 90:165-183.

Bionaz M., and Loor J. J. 2007. Identification of reference genes for quantitative real-time PCR in the bovine mammary gland during the lactation cycle. Physiol. Genomics 29:312-39.

Bionaz M., and J. J. Loor. 2007. Gene networks regulating lipid synthesis in bovine mammary gland during the lactation cycle. FASEB J. 21:855.5.

Bionaz, M., L. Piperova, R. Erdman, and J J Loor. LPIN1-, PPAR-, and SREBF-responsive gene networks regulate mammary lipid synthesis during diet-induced milk fat depression. FASEB J. 21:855.6.

Bobe, G., S. Zimmerman, E.G. Hammond, A.E. Freeman, P.A. Porter, C.M. Luhman, and D.C. Beitz. 2007. Butter composition and texture from cows with different milk fatty acid compositions fed fish oil or roasted soybeans. J. Dairy Sci. (submitted)

Bongiovanni, K.D., E. J. DePeters, and A. L. Van Eenennaam. 2007. Neonatal Growth and Development of Mice Raised on Milk Transgenically-Enriched with Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Pediatric Research. 62:412-6.

Castañeda-Gutiérrez, E., W. R. Butler. M. J. de Veth, A. L. Lock, D. A. Dwyer, D. Luchini, and D. E. Bauman. 2007. Effect of supplementation with Ca-salts of fish oil on omega-3 fatty acids in milk fat. J. Dairy Sci. 90: 4149-4156.

Deines, K.C., K. A. Lewis and A. L. Van Eenennaam. 2007. Investigation of the Agalactic Phenotype in Fat-2 Transgenic Mice. Transgenic Animal Research Conference VI. August 12-16, 2007. Tahoe City, CA. Transgenic Research 16: 861-862.

Douglas, G. N., J. Rehage, A. D. Beaulieu, A. O. Bahaa, and J. K. Drackley. 2007. Prepartum nutrition alters fatty acid composition in plasma, adipose tissue, and liver lipids of periparturient dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90:2941-2959.

Drackley, J. K., T. R. Overton, G. Ortiz Gonzalez, A. D. Beaulieu, D. M. Barbano, J. M. Lynch, and E. G. Perkins. 2007. Responses to increasing amounts of high-oleic sunflower fatty acids infused into the abomasum of lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90:5165-5175.

Frago, F., R. Manzo, J.C. Dalton, M.A. McGuire, and A. Ahmadzadeh. 2007. Case study: Naloxone increases serum calcium concentrations after parturition in multiparous Holstein cows. Prof. Anim. Scientist 23:70-72.

German, J.B., F.L. Schanbacher, B. Lönnerdal, J.F. Medrano, M.A. McGuire, J.L. McManaman, D.M. Rocke, T.P. Smith, M.C. Neville, P. Donnelly, M. Lange, and R. Ward. 2006. International milk genomics consortium. Trends Food Sci. Technol. 17:656-661.

Graves, E. L. F., A. D. Beaulieu, and J. K. Drackley. 2007. Factors affecting the concentration of sphingomyelin in bovine milk. J. Dairy Sci. 90:706-715.

Hasin, A., J.M. Griinari, J.E. Williams, A.M. Shahin, M.A. McGuire, and M.K. McGuire. 2007. Consumption of c9,t11-18:2 or t10,c12-18:2 enriched dietary supplements does not influence milk macronutrients in healthy, lactating women. Lipids 42:835-843.

Kadegowda, A.K.G., L.S. Piperova, and R.A. Erdman. 2008. Principal Component and Multivariate Analysis of Milk Long-Chain Fatty Acid Composition During Diet-Induced Milk Fat Depression. J. Dairy Sci. 91 (Accepted).

Kadegowda, A.K.G., L.S. Piperova, P. Delmonte, and R.A. Erdman. 2008. Abomasal Infusion of Butterfat Increases Milk Fat in Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 91 (submitted)

Kay, J.K., T.R. Mackle, D.E. Bauman, N.A. Thomson, and L.H. Baumgard. 2007. Effects of a supplement containing trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid on bioenergetic and milk production parameters in grazing dairy cows offered ad libitum or restricted pasture. J. Dairy Sci. 90:721-730.

Lock, A. L., C. Tyburczy, D. A. Dwyer, K. J. Harvatine, F. Destaillats, Z. Mouloungui, L. Candy, and D. E. Bauman. 2007. Trans-10 octadecenoic acid does not reduce milk fat synthesis in dairy cows. J. Nutr. 137: 71-76.

Loor J.J., Everts R.E., Bionaz M., Dann H.M., Oliveira R., Morin D.E., Rodriguez-Zas S.L., Drackley J.K., Lewin H.A. 2007. Nutrition-induced ketosis alters metabolic and signaling gene networks in liver from periparturient cows. Physiol. Genomics 32:105-116.

Mosley, S.A., E.E. Mosley, B. Hatch, J.I. Szasz, A. Corato, N. Zacharias, D. Howes, and M.A. McGuire. 2007. Effect of varying levels of fatty acids from palm oil on feed intake and milk production in Holstein cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90:987-993.

Mosley, S.A., A.M. Shahin, J. Williams, M.A. McGuire, and M.K. McGuire. 2007. Supplemental conjugated linoleic acid consumption and milk macronutrient and fatty acid contents in healthy lactating women. Lipids 42:723-729.

Mosley, E.E., and M.A. McGuire. 2007. Methodology for the in vivo measurement of the 9-desaturation of myristic, palmitic, and stearic acids in lactating dairy cattle. Lipids 42:939-945.

Ortiz Gonzalez, G., R. Jimenez Flores, D. R. Bremmer, J. H. Clark, E. J. DePeters, S. J. Schmidt, and J. K. Drackley. 2007. Functional properties of butter oil made from bovine milk with experimentally altered fat composition. J. Dairy Sci. 90:5018-5031.

Perfield II, J. W., A. L. Lock, A. Sæbø, J. M. Griinari, D. A. Dwyer, and D. E. Bauman. 2007. Trans-9, cis-11 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) reduces milk fat synthesis in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90: 2211-2218.

Pohlmeier, W.E., K. A. Lewis and A. L. Van Eenennaam. 2007. Reproductive Abnormalities in Fat-1 Transgenic Mice. Transgenic Animal Research Conference VI. August 12-16, 2007. Tahoe City, CA. Transgenic Research 16: 861.

Sasikala-Appukuttan, A. K., D. J. Schingoethe, A. R. Hippen, K. F. Kalscheur, K. Karges, and M. L. Gibson. 2008. The feeding value of corn distillers solubles for lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 91: 279-287.

Sinclair, L. A., A. L. Lock, R. M. Early, and D. E. Bauman. 2007. Effects of a supplement containing trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid on milk fat synthesis and cheese properties in dairy ewes fed two levels of energy. J. Dairy Sci. 90: 33263335.

St-Hilaire, S., K. Cranfill, M.A. McGuire, E.E. Mosley, J.K. Tomberlin, L. Newton, W. Sealey, C. Sheppard, and S. Irving. 2007. Fish offal recycling by the Black Soldier fly produces a foodstuff high in omega-3 fatty acids. J. World Aquaculture Soc. 38:309-313.

St-Hilaire, S., C. Sheppard, J.K. Tomberlin, S. Irving, L. Newton, M.A. McGuire, E.E. Mosley, R.W. Hardy, and W. Sealey. 2007. Fly prepupae as a feedstuff for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). J. World Aquaculture Soc. 38:59-67.

Tyburczy, C., A.L. Lock, D.A. Dwyer, F. Destaillats, Z. Mouloungui, L. Candy, and D.E. Bauman. 2007. Uptake and utilization of trans octadecenoic acids during lactation. FASEB J.:21 (5):LB58

Van Eenennaam, A.L. 2007. Transgenic Animals: Where to from here? Transgenic Animal Research Conference VI. August 12-16, 2007. Tahoe City, CA. Transgenic Research 16: 839-840

Warntjes, J.L., P.H. Robinson, E. Galo, E.J. DePeters, and D. Howes. 2008. Effects of feeding supplemental palmitic acid (C16:0) on performance and milk fatty acid profile of lactating dairy cows under summer heat. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 140:241-257.

Reviews Van Eenennaam, A.L., and J. F. Medrano. 2008. Manipulation of Milk Fat Composition Through Transgenesis, pages 343-354, Chapter in Bioactive Components in Milk, Edited by Z. Bösze. Springer. 483 pp.

Abstracts and Reports Ballou, M.A. M.K. Yelle, R.C. Gomes, D.W. Kim, and E.J. DePeters. 2007. The energetic and non-energetic effects of supplemental fish oil during the peripartum period on the metabolic status of multiparous Holstein cows. Journal of Dairy Science 90 (Suppl.1): 658.

Ballou, M.A., R.C. Gomes, and E.J. DePeters. 2007. Feeding unprotected fish oil 3 weeks prepartum alters the fatty acid composition of plasma in both cow and calf at parturition, but had no effect on bactericidal or cytokine function. Journal of Dairy Science 90 (Suppl.1): 472.

Ballou, M.A., J.G. Fadel, and E.J. DePeters. 2007. Modeling fatty acid kinetics in plasma and immune cells of neonatal calves in response to increasing levels of dietary fish oil. Journal of Dairy Science 90 (Suppl.1): 121.

Bauman, D.E. 2007. Biology of CLA: An Overview of the Ruminant Perspective. II International Congress on Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA): From experimental models to human applications. pg. 2. (Plenary Lecture)

Bauman, D.E., C. Tyburczy, A.M. ODonnell, and A.L. Lock. 2007. Production and use of high CLA foods in human health. J. Dairy Sci. (Suppl. 1):429. (Abstr.).

Beattie, S., E. Hammond, and D. Beitz. 2006. Decreasing the atherosclerotic index of milk. Annu. Rpt. Midwest Dairy Foods Res. Ctr. pp. 132-133.

Beitz, D., S. Veysey, M. Porter, E. Hammond, and A.E. Freeman. 2006. Finding the soft butter cow. Annu. Rpt. Midwest Dairy Foods Res. Ctr. pp. 6-7.

Bharathan, M., D. J. Schingoethe, A. R. Hippen, and K. F. Kalscheur. 2007. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in milk increases in cows fed condensed corn distillers solubles and fish oil. J. Dairy Sci. 90:29 (Abstr.)

Bharathan, M., D. J. Schingoethe, R. S. Kaushik, K F. Kalscheur, G. Moorkanat and A. R. Hippen. 2007. Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids modulate immune responses in dairy cows characterized by an elevated plasma trans-10, cis-12 CLA and n-3 fatty acids but not cis-9, trans-11 CLA. J. Dairy Sci. 90(Suppl. 1):298-299 (Abstr.)

Harvatine, K.J. and D.E. Bauman. 2007. Recent advances in milk fat depression: 1. Time course of milk fat depression and 2. Adipose tissue lipogenesis during milk fat depression. Proc. Cornell Nutr. Conf. pp. 135-142

Harvatine, K.J., and D.E. Bauman. 2007. Expression of PPAR and LXR nuclear hormone receptor families are not modified during milk fat depression induced by diet or treatment with trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). J. Dairy Sci. 90 (Suppl. 1):59. (Abstr.).

Harvatine, K.J., J.L. Capper, Y.R. Boisclair, and D.E. Bauman. 2007. Recent advances in the regulation of milk fat synthesis. EAAP-58th Annual Meeting, pg. 10. Dublin, Ireland. (Abstr.). Invited Lecture

Harvatine, K.J., D.A. Dwyer, and D.E. Bauman. 2007. Expression of lipogenic genes in adipose tissue increases during milk fat depression induced by treatment with trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). J. Dairy Sci. 90 (Suppl. 1):206. (Abstr.).

Hinrichsen, T., A.L. Lock, and D.E. Bauman. 2007. The relationship between trans-10, 18:1 and milk fat yield in cows fed high oleic acid or high linoleic acid plant oil supplements. J. Dairy Sci. 90 (Suppl. 1):206. (Abstr.).

Hippen, A. R., K. F. Kalscheur, and D. J. Schingoethe. 2007. Feeding fats for regulation of milk fat and fatty acid profiles. J. Dairy Sci. 90:85 (Abstr.)

Juchem, S.O., J.M. Heguy, E.J. DePeters, J.E.P. Santos, M. Rosenberg, and S.J. Taylor. 2006. Feeding whey protein gel composites or calcium salts to reduce rumen biohydrogenation and modify the unsaturated fatty acids in milk lipids. Oils, Fats and Lipids for a Healthier Future  The Need for Interdisciplinary Approaches. 4th Euro Fed Lipid Congress, Oct. 1-4. University of Madrid (UCM), Spain. Abstract (pg. 356)

Kadegowda, A. K. G., L. S. Piperova, and R. A. Erdman. 2007. Abomasal infusion of butterfat increases milk fat in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90(Suppl. 1):116.

Kadegowda, A. K. G., B. B. Teter, J. Sampugna, P. Delmonte, L. S. Piperova, and R. A. Erdman. 2007. Trans-7-octadecenoic acid decreased milk fat and altered CLA composition in milk of lactating mice. J. Dairy Sci. 90(Suppl. 1):179.

Kay, J.K., C.E. Moore, D.E. Bauman, R.P. Rhoads, S.R. Sanders, A.F. Keating, and L.H. Baumgard. 2007. Temporal effect of trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid on mammary lipogenic gene expression. J. Dairy Sci. 90 (Suppl. 1):58. (Abstr.).

Kelsey, J.A., and M.A. McGuire. 2007. The impact of lipid metabolism on staphylococcal mastitis. In: Proceedings of the 2007 Intermountain Nutrition Conference. pp. 267-277.

Knight, T.J. and D.C. Beitz. 2006. Use of biotechnology to improve food production and quality. In: Nutritional HealthStrategies for Disease Prevention, 2nd ed., pp. 373-386, Humana Press, Totowa, NJ.

Lock, A. L. and D. E. Bauman. 2007. Milk fat depression: what do we know and what can we do about it? Proc. Pacific Northwest Nutr. Conf. pp. 21-32.

Lock, A. L. and D. E. Bauman. 2007. Dietary component and rumen environment interactions on milk fat. Proc. 4-State Nutr. Conf. pp. 68-74.

Lock, A. L. and D. E. Bauman. 2007. Conjugated linoleic acids and the dairy cow. Fertility in Dairy Cows: Bridging the Gaps, BSAS-EAAP Satellite Meeting. pp. 21.

Mendonca, A., D. Beitz, and T. Boylston. 2006. Stability of Eubacterium coprostanoligenes for using as a cholesterol-lowering dietary adjunct in dairy products. Annu. Rpt. Midwest Dairy Foods Res. Ctr. pp. 157-158.

Mosley, E., B. Hatch, K. Hunt, A. Morrison, C. Roberts, D. Sevier, and M. McGuire. 2007. Stearoyl-CoA desaturase gene expression and fatty acid concentrations in bovine tissues. J. Anim. Sci. 85(Suppl. 1)/J. Dairy Sci. 90(Suppl. 1)/Poult. Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):59.

Rovi, M., A. Lock, T. Gipson, A. Goetsch, and D. Bauman. 2007. A conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) supplement containing trans-10, cis-12 CLA reduces milk fat synthesis. Ital. J. Anim. Sci. 6(Suppl. 1):629-631.

Salter, A.M., A.L. Lock, P.C. Garnsworthy, and D.E. Bauman. 2007. Milk fatty acids: Implications for human health. Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition -2007. pp. 1-18. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, UK.

Thering, B., D. Graugnard, P. Piantoni, R. L. Wallace, R. E. Everts, S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, H. A. Lewin, and J. J. Loor. 2007. Transcriptional regulation of mammary and adipose tissue gene expression in dairy cows fed a milk fat-depressing or milk fat-enhancing diet. J. Dairy Sci. 90 (Suppl. 1):M253.

Tyburczy, C., D. Bauman, F. Destaillats, A. Lock, and A. Salter. 2007. Evidence that neither elaidic nor vaccenic acid are responsible for the plasma cholesterol-raising properties of partially hydrogenated vegetable oil. II International Congress on Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA): From experimental models to human applications. pg. 30. (Abstr.).

Tyburczy, C., A.L. Lock, D.A. Dwyer, F. Destaillants, Z. Mouloungui, L. Candy, and D.E. Bauman. 2007. Characterization of the utilization of trans octadecenoic acids in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90 (Suppl. 1):205. (Abstr.).

Yelle, M.K., D.W. Kim, E.J. DePeters, and M.A. Ballou. 2007. Dietary fish oil does not impact the response of early lactating cows to an endotoxic mastitis challenge. Journal of Dairy Science 90 (Suppl.1): 470.

Weerasinghe, W.M.P.B., R.G. Wilkinson, A.L. Lock, M.J. de Veth, D.E. Bauman, and L.A. Sinclair. 2007. Effects of supplementation with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and altered dietary protein level on the performance of dairy ewes. 5th Euro-Fed Lipid Congress, September 2007, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Weinstein, J.A., E.J. DePeters, M. Rosenberg, S.J. Taylor, A. Aljadeff. 2007. Feeding a whey protein gel to prevent rumen hydrogenation of unsaturated fatty acids and increase the n3 and n6 fatty acid content of goat milk. Journal of Dairy Science 90 (Suppl.1): 210.

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