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Fig. 4 | Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology

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From: Hepatic metabolomics and transcriptomics to study susceptibility to ketosis in response to prepartal nutritional management

Fig. 4

Representation of biochemical compounds in the form of metabolic (A: carbohydrate and lipid metabolism) and non-metabolic (B: cellular functions) networks in cows overfed energy prepartum that developed ketosis within 7 days postpartum (KET) or remained healthy (OVE). Both groups of cows were fed a diet containing 1.54 Mcal/kg of dry matter and 15.0% crude protein from − 21 days prepartum to calving, and a common lactation diet containing 1.75 Mcal/kg of dry matter and 17.5% crude protein

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