Digestive Physiology of the Pig Symposium30 July 2013
The 12th International Symposium on Digestive Physiology of Pigs that was held in Keystone, Colorado, US from 29 May to 1 June 2012.
Papers presented at the symposium have been published in Journal of Animal Science.
Click on the links below for the full papers.
- Gut chemosensing: Integrating nutrition, gut function, and metabolism in pigs - I.R. Ipharraguerre
- Gut chemosensing and the regulation of nutrient absorption and energy supply - O.J. Mace and F. Marshall
- G protein-coupled receptors in nutrient chemosensation and gastrointestinal hormone secretion - A.P. Liou
- Involvement of gut chemosensing in the regulation of mucosal barrier function and defence mechanisms - I. Kaji, Y. Akiba and J.D. Kaunitz
- Secretion of gastrointestinal hormones and eating control - R.E. Steinert, C. Feinle-Bisset, N. Geary and C. Beglinger
- Detection of dietary glutamate via gut–brain axis - M. Bannai and K. Torii
- Potential applications of knowledge of gut chemosensing in pig production - Y. Liu, I. R. Ipharraguerre, and J. E. Pettigrew
- Intestinal bile acid sensing is linked to key endocrine and metabolic signalling pathways - D. Burrin, B. Stoll and D. Moore