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NMR metabolomics to study the regulation of energy metabolism on chicken lines divergent for low or high abdominal fat deposition

Abstract : NMR metabolomics is suitable for studying the regulation of energy metabolism on chicken lines divergent for low or high abdominal fat deposition. It is shown that plasma metabolic profiles are different in chickens fed with high and low fat diets. New information are thus obtained on circulating nutrients, which may help in elucidating key regulators associated to variations in body fat content.
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Julie Lalande, Florence Gondret, Isabelle Louveau, Illa Téa, Michel Jacques Duclos, et al.. NMR metabolomics to study the regulation of energy metabolism on chicken lines divergent for low or high abdominal fat deposition. 9th Annual Conference of the Metabolomics Society, Jan 2013, Glasgow, United Kingdom. 2013, Metabolomics 2013. Annual international conference of the metabolomics society. ⟨hal-02746863⟩

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