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performed the regulatory submission and edited the manuscript, S. performed the in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry and edited the manuscript, D. Statistical analyses The general linear model procedure of SAS 1997 was used to analyze the effect of cows on N balance and plasma composition. The value of the determination of blood protein and amino acids is discussed. Thank you for visiting nature. Japanese Feeding Standard for Dairy Cattle 1994. At urination between 06:00 to 06:30 h, urine samples were taken in a plastic ladle directly from each cow, and approximate 50 ml of urine was stored at -20[degrees]C for chemical analyses.

Orchardgrass silage, timothy hay, alfalfa silage and corn silage were offered to meet the TDN requirements of dry cows Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Research Council Secretariat, 1994and soybean meal was supplemented for the dry cows fed timothy hay or corn silage because of low CP contents.

supervised the project and G. MLA style: "Evaluation of urinary nitrogen excretion from plasma urea nitrogen in dry and lactating cows.2004; Kojima et al.

Kidney Function Tests

The lactating cows were milked twice daily, and milk weights were recorded. UUN] in cows were as follows. Intake and excretion of sodium, potassium, and nitrogen and the effects on urine production by lactating dairy cows. Relationships between N intake and N absorption, urinary N excretion or PUN in dairy cows, relationships between UUN and urinary N or PUN in Japanese Black cows and relationships between PUN and urinary N excretion in dairy cows were examined by regression using PROC REG procedure of SAS 1997.

Potassium excretion of dry, pregnant and lactating cows fed forage. 2006 reported that the prepartum diet did not have an apparent effect on N balance in dairy cows after parturition.

Kidney Function Tests

performed the protein extraction and edited the manuscript, F. Urinary clusterin levels in the rat correlate with the severity of tubular damage and may help to differentiate between glomerular and tubular injuries. Supplementation of a corn diet known to be first limiting in lysine with L-lysine resulted in a significant decrease in total urinary urea excretion as compared with pigs fed the same diet without supplemental lysine.

The portion of the kidneys that filters out the creatinine, called the glomerulus, is susceptible to blood vessel problems and infections that cause more creatinine to build up in the bloodstream. Trends in chronic kidney disease in China. 001 in dry and lactating cows Figure 2. The significance of beta-2 microglobulinuria associated with gentamicin therapy. Renal handling of radiolabelled human cystatin C in the rat.