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Ransom L Baldwin (Randy)
Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory
Animal Science

Phone: (301) 504-8964
Fax: (301) 504-8414
Room 217

10300 BALTIMORE AVENUE
ANIMAL GENOMICS AND IMPROVEMENT LAB
BLDG 306 BARC-EAST
BELTSVILLE , MD 207052350

Projects
Understanding Genetic and Physiological Factors Affecting Nutrient Use Efficiency of Dairy Cattle
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 423564

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Consumption of endophyte-infected fescue seed during the dry period does not decrease milk production in the following lactation -
Consumption of endophyte-infected fescue seed during the dry period and lactation affects mammary gland gene expression in dairy cows -
Baldwin, R.L., Li, C., Bickhart, D.M., Clover, C.M., Grossi, P., Choudhary, R.K., Elsasser, T.H., Bertoni, G., Trevisi, E., Aiken, G.E., Mcleod, K.R., Capuco, A.V. 2016. Consumption of endophyte-infected fescue seed during the dry period and lactation affects mammary gland gene expression in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. Vol. 99 (E-Supplement 1):401.
The effect of helminth infection on the microbial composition and structure of the caprine abomasal microbiome -
Li, R.W., Li, W., Baldwin, R.L., Yu, P., Urban Jr, J.F. 2016. The effect of helminth infection on the microbial composition and structure of the caprine abomasal microbiome. Scientific Reports. 6:20606.
Glucagon-like peptide 2 and its beneficial effects on gut function and health in production animals Reprint Icon -
Transcriptomic sequencing reveals a set of unique genes activated by butyrate-induced histone modification -
Li, C., Li, R.W., Baldwin, R.L., Blomberg, L., Wu, S., Li, W. 2016. Transcriptomic sequencing reveals a set of unique genes activated by butyrate-induced histone modification. Scientific Reports. 10:1-8.
Glucagon-like peptide 2 and its beneficial effects on gut function and health in production animals -
Connor, E.E., Clover, C.M., Wall, E.H., Baldwin, R.L., Santin, M., Elsasser, T.H., Bravo, D.M. 2015. Glucagon-like peptide 2 and its beneficial effects on gut function and health in production animals [abstract]. Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Farm Animal Endocrinology. p. 18.
Role of rumen butyrate in regulation of nitrogen utilization and urea nitrogen kinetics in growing sheep -
Agarwal, U., Hu, Q., Baldwin, R.L., Bequette, B. 2015. Role of rumen butyrate in regulation of nitrogen utilization and urea nitrogen kinetics in growing sheep. Journal of Animal Science. 93:2382-2390. DOI: 10.2527/jas.2014-8738.
Transcriptional regulators transforming growth factor-beta 1 and estrogen-related receptor-alpha identified as putative mediators of calf rumen epithelial tissue development and function during weaning Reprint Icon -
Connor, E.E., Baldwin, R.L., Walker, M.P., Ellis, S., Li, C., Kahl, S., Chung, H., Li, R.W. 2014. Transcriptional regulators transforming growth factor-beta 1 and estrogen-related receptor-alpha identified as putative mediators of calf rumen epithelial tissue development and function during weaning. Journal of Dairy Science. 97:4193-4207.
Role and function of short chain fatty acids in rumen epithelial metabolism, development and importance of the rumen epithelium in understanding control of transcriptome -
Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K.R. 2014. Role and function of short chain fatty acids in rumen epithelial metabolism, development and importance of the rumen epithelium in understanding control of transcriptome. In: Congjun, Li, Editor. Butyrate: Food Sources, Functions and Health Benefits. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. p. 119-218.
A high-resolution whole-genome map of the distinctive epigenomic landscape induced by butyrate in bovine cells -
Shin, J., Xu, L., Li, R.W., Gao, Y., Bickhart, D.M., Liu, G., Baldwin, R.L., Li, C. 2014. A high-resolution whole-genome map of the distinctive epigenomic landscape induced by butyrate in bovine cells. Animal Genetics. 45:40–50. DOI:10.1111.age.12147.
Butyrate: A dietary inhibitor of histone deacetylases and an epigenetic regulator -
Li, C., Li, R.W., Baldwin, R.L., Elsasser, T.H. 2014. Butyrate: A dietary inhibitor of histone deacetylases and an epigenetic regulator. Butyrate: Food Sources, Functions and Health Benefits. New York, NY:Nova Science Publishers. p.233-258.
Hot Topic: Brown marmorated stink bug odor compounds do not transfer into milk by feeding bug-contaminated corn silage to lactating dairy cattle -
Baldwin, R.L., Zhang, A., Fultz, S., Abubeker, S.U., Harris, C., Connor, E.E., Van Hekken, D.L. 2014. Hot Topic: Brown marmorated stink bug odor compounds do not transfer into milk by feeding bug-contaminated corn silage to lactating dairy cattle. Journal of Dairy Science. 97:1877-1884.
Functional proteomic and interactome analysis of proteins associated with beef tenderness in angus cattle -
Zhao, C., Zan, L., Wang, Y., Updike, M., Liu, G., Bequette, B.J., Baldwin, R.L., Song, J. 2013. Functional proteomic and interactome analysis of proteins associated with beef tenderness in angus cattle. Livestock Science. 161:201-209.
The life and legacy of Dr. Lee Baldwin -
Baldwin, R.L., Calvert, C.C. 2013. The life and legacy of Dr. Ransom Leland (Lee) Baldwin V. In:J. Oltjen, E. Kebreab, and H. Lapierre (Eds.), Energy and protein metabolism and nutriion in sustainable animal production. Proceedings of the 4th Symposium. Sacramento, CA. pp. 515-516. Wageningen Academic Publishers, The Netherlands. 2013.
Use of residual feed intake in Holsteins during early lactation shows potential to improve feed efficiency through genetic selection Reprint Icon -
Connor, E.E., Hutchison, J.L., Norman, H.D., Olson, K.M., Van Tassell, C.P., Leith, J.M., Baldwin, R.L. 2013. Use of residual feed intake in Holsteins during early lactation shows potential to improve feed efficiency through genetic selection. Journal of Animal Science. 91:3978-3988.
Brown marmorated stink bug odor compounds do not transfer into milk in lactating dairy cattle by feeding bug contaminated corn silage -
Baldwin, R.L., Zhang, A., Fultz, S., Abubeker, S.U., Harris, C., Connor, E.E., Van Hekken, D.L. 2013. Brown marmorated stink bug odor compounds do not transfer into milk in lactating dairy cattle by feeding bug contaminated corn silage. In: J. Anim. Sci Vol. 91, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 96, E-Suppl. 1, pp. 263.
Cellular composition and expression of potential stem cell markers in mammary tissue of cows consuming endophyte-infected fescue seed during the dry period and early lactation -
Choudhary, R.K., Baldwin, R.L., Clover, C.M., Grossi, P., Elsasser, T.H., Bertoni, G., Trevisi, E., Mcleod, K.R., Capuco, A.V. 2013. Cellular composition and expression of potential stem cell markers in mammary tissue of cows consuming endophyte-infected fescue seed during the dry period and early lactation. In: J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 91, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 96, E-Suppl. 1, pp. 571.
Gene expression in bovine rumen epithelium during weaning indentifies molecular regulators of rumen development and growth Reprint Icon -
Connor, E.E., Baldwin, R.L. 6th , Li, C., Li, R.W., Chung, H. 2013. Gene expression in bovine rumen epithelium during weaning indentifies molecular regulators of rumen development and growth. Functional and Integrative Genomics. 13:133-142.
Glucagon-like peptide 2 therapy reduces negative effects of diarrhea on calf gut Reprint Icon -
Connor, E.E., Kahl, S., Elsasser, T.H., Baldwin, R.L., Fayer, R., Santin, M., Sample, G.L., Clover, C.M. 2013. Glucagon-like peptide 2 therapy reduces negative effects of diarrhea on calf gut. Journal of Dairy Science. 96(3):1793-1802.
Glucagon-like peptide 2 therapy reduces the negative impacts the proinflammatory response in the gut of calves with coccidiosis -
Connor, E.E., Kahl, S., Elsasser, T.H., Baldwin, R.L., Fayer, R., Santin, M., Sample, G.L., Clover, C.M. 2012. Glucagon-like peptide 2 therapy reduces the negative impacts the proinflammatory response in the gut of calves with coccidiosis. Meeting Abstract. p.17.Paper No. 403.
Quantification of transcriptome responses of the rumen epithelium to butyrate infusion -
Baldwin, R.L., Wu, S., Li, W., Li, C., Bequette, B.J., Li, R.W. 2012. Quantification of transcriptome responses of the rumen epithelium to butyrate infusion. Gene Regulation and Systems Biology. 6:67–80.
The bacterial community composition of the bovine rumen detected using pyrosequencing of 16S rRNA genes -
Wu, S., Baldwin, R.L., Li, W., Li, C., Connor, E.E., Li, R.W. 2012. The bacterial community composition of the bovine rumen detected using pyrosequencing of 16S rRNA genes. Metagenomics. 1:11. DOI:10.4303/mg/235571.
Muscle Transcriptomic Analyses in Angus Cattle with Divergent Tenderness Reprint Icon -
Zhao, Tian, Yu, Luo, Hu, Bequette, Baldwin, R.L., Liu, G., Zan, Updike, Song 2012. Muscle Transcriptomic Analyses in Angus Cattle with Divergent Tenderness. Molecular Biology Reports. 39(4):4185-93.
Characterization of differentially expressed genes in calf rumen epithelium in response to weaning -
Chung, H., Baldwin, R.L., Li, C., Connor, E.E. 2012. Characterization of differentially expressed genes in calf rumen epithelium in response to weaning. BARC Poster Day. p. 05.
Effects of feeding endophyte-infected fescue seed to Holstein cows during the dry period on plasma nitric oxide (NO), xanthine oxidase (XO) and haptoglobin (Hp) status in newborn calves. -
Kahl, S., Elsasser, T.H., Baldwin, R.L., Capuco, A.V., Grossi, P., Mcload, K.R. 2012. Effects of feeding endophyte-infected fescue seed to Holstein cows during the dry period on plasma nitric oxide (NO), xanthine oxidase (XO) and haptoglobin (Hp) status in newborn calves.. Journal of Animal Science. 90 (Suppl. 3):508.
Characterization of the longissimus lumborum transcriptome response to adding propionate to the diet of growing Angus beef steers -
Baldwin, R.L., Li, R.W., Li, C., Song, J., Bequette, B.J. 2012. Characterization of the longissimus lumborum transcriptome response to adding propionate to the diet of growing Angus beef steers. Physiological Genomics. 44:543-550. DOI:10.1152/physiolgenomics.
Increased milk production by Holstein cows consuming endophyte-infected fescue seed during the dry period. -
Baldwin, R.L., Capuco, A.V., Clover, C.M., Grossi, P., Choudhary, R.K., Elsasser, T.H., Bertoni, G., Trevisi, E., Harmon, D., Mcleod, K.R. 2012. Increased milk production by Holstein cows consuming endophyte-infected fescue seed during the dry period [abstract]. 95(Suppl. 2):416 90 (Suppl. 3):416.
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM: Understanding and mitigating the impacts of inflammation on animal growth and development -
Connor, E.E., Baldwin, R.L., Blanton Jr., J.R., Johnson, S.E., Poulos, S., Welsh Jr., T.H. 2012. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM: Understanding and mitigating the impacts of inflammation on animal growth and development. Journal of Animal Science. 90(5):1436-1437.
Genome-wide ChIP-seq mapping and analysis of butyrate-induced H3K9 and H3K27 acetylation and epigenomic landscape alteration in bovine cells Reprint Icon -
Heon Shin, J., Li, R.W., Gao, Y., Baldwin, R.L., Li, C. 2012. Genome-wide ChIP-seq mapping and analysis of butyrate-induced H3K9 and H3K27 acetylation and epigenomic landscape alteration in bovine cells. Functional and Integrative Genomics. 12(1):119-130.
Perturbation dynamics of the rumen microbiota in response to exogenous butyrate -
Li, R.W., Wu, S., Li, W., Baldwin, R.L., Li, C. 2012. Perturbation dynamics of the rumen microbiota in response to exogenous butyrate. Public Library of Science Biology. 7(1):e29392. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0029392.
Genome-wide ChIP-seq mapping and analysis of butyrate-induced H3K9 and H3K27 acetylation and epigenomic landscapes alteration in bovine cells -
Li, C., Li, R.W., Gao, Y., Shin, J., Baldwin, R.L. 2012. Genome-wide ChIP-seq mapping and analysis of butyrate-induced H3K9 and H3K27 acetylation and epigenomic landscapes alteration in bovine cells [abstract]. Annual International Plant & Animal Genome Conference. W. 020.
Characterization of the rumen microbiota in pre-ruminant calves using metagenomic tools -
Li, R.W., Connor, E.E., Li, C., Baldwin, R.L., Sparks, M. 2011. Characterization of the rumen microbiota in pre-ruminant calves using metagenomic tools. Environmental Microbiology. 14(1):129-139.
Influence of energy supply on expression of genes encoding for lipogenic enzymes and regulatory proteins in growing beef steers -
Mcleod, K.R., Baldwin, R.L., Connor, E.E. 2010. Influence of energy supply on expression of genes encoding for lipogenic enzymes and regulatory proteins in growing beef steers. Beef Research and Extension Report. Agr. Report SR-2010. pp. 161-167.
The glucagon-like peptide 2 pathway may mediate growth and development of the bovine gastrointestinal tract -
Connor, E.E., Baldwin, R.L., Capuco, A.V., Clover, C.M., Ellis, S.E., Sciabica, K.E. 2010. The glucagon-like peptide 2 pathway may mediate growth and development of the bovine gastrointestinal tract. Journal of Dairy Science. 93:5167-5178.
Hepatic transcriptome of beef steers is differentially modulated by composition of energy-substrate supply in growing beef -
Baldwin, R.L., Sumner-Thomson, J., Connor, E.E., Li, R.W., Mcleod, K.R., Bequette, B.J. 2010. Hepatic transcriptome of beef steers is differentially modulated by composition of energy-substrate supply in growing beef. In: G.M. Crovetto (Ed.), Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition; Parma, Italy. pp. 313-314. Wageningen Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.
Metagenomics detects functional shifts in the bovine rumen microbiota in response to propionate intake -
Sparks, M., Huang, Y., Baldwin, R.L., Connor, E.E., Li, C., Sonstegard, T.S., Schroeder, S.G., Li, R.W. 2011. Metagenomics detects functional shifts in the bovine rumen microbiota in response to propionate intake. In: Li, R.W. editor. Metagenomics and its Applications in Agriculture. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. p. 165-183.
Glucagon-like peptide 2 may mediate growth and development of the bovine gastrointestinal tract -
Connor, E.E., Baldwin, R.L., Capuco, A.V., Clover, C.M., Ellis, S.E. 2010. Glucagon-like peptide 2 may mediate growth and development of the bovine gastrointestinal tract. Journal of Animal Science 88(2), E-Suppl:631.
Gene expression profiling in bovine rumen during development and weaning -
Connor, E.E., Baldwin, R.L., Li, R.W. 2009. Gene expression profiling in bovine rumen during development and weaning. Accession Number GSE18382.
Gene expression in the digestive tissues of ruminants and their relationships with feeding and digestive processes -
Connor, E.E., Li, R.W., Baldwin, R.L., Li, C. 2009. Gene expression in the digestive tissues of ruminants and their relationships with feeding and digestive processes. Animal. 4(7):993-1007.
Enhanced mitochondrial complex gene function and reduced liver size may mediate improved feed efficiency of beef cattle during compensatory growth Reprint Icon -
Connor, E.E., Kahl, S., Elsasser, T.H., Parker, J., Li, R.W., Van Tassell, C.P., Baldwin, R.L., Barao, S.M. 2009. Enhanced mitochondrial complex gene function and reduced liver size may mediate improved feed efficiency of beef cattle during compensatory growth. Functional and Integrative Genomics. 10(1):39-51.
Gene expression in the digestive tissues of ruminants and their relationships with feeding and digestive processes -
Connor, E.E., Li, R.W., Baldwin, R.L., Li, C. 2009. Gene expression in the digestive tissues of ruminants and their relationships with feeding and digestive processes.ISRP XIth International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology, Clermont-Ferrand, France, September 6-9.
Estimates of residual feed intake in Holstein dairy cattle using an automated, continuous feed intake monitoring system -
Connor, E.E., Hutchison, J.L., Norman, H.D., Baldwin, R.L. 2009. Estimates of residual feed intake in Holstein dairy cattle using an automated, continuous feed intake monitoring system. [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science. 92(E-Suppl. 1):123. Abstract 33.
Glutamate is the major anaplerotic substrate in the tricarboxylic acid cycle of isolated rumen epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells from beef cattle Reprint Icon -
El-Dadi, S.W., Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K.R., Sunny, N.E., Bequette, B.J. 2009. Glutamate is the major anaplerotic substrate in the tricarboxylic acid cycle of isolated rumen epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells from beef cattle. Journal of Nutrition. 139(5):869-875.
Predicting Perchlorate Exposure in Milk From Concentrations in Dairy Feed -
Rice, C., Baldwin, R.L., Abbott, L., Hapeman, C.J., Capuco, A.V., Le, A.N., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Bannerman, D.D., Hare Jr, W.R., Paape, M.J. 2007. Predicting Perchlorate Exposure in Milk From Concentrations in Dairy Feed. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55:8806-8813.
Intestinal and ruminal epithelial and hepatic metabolism regulatory gene expression as affected by forage to concentrate ratio in bulls -
Baldwin, R.L., El-Kadi, S.W., Mcleod, K.R., Connor, E.E., Bequette, B.J. 2007. Intestinal and ruminal epithelial and hepatic metabolism regulatory gene expression as affected by forage to concentrate ratio in bulls. Symposium Proceedings. pp. 293-294.
Salvage of blood urea nitrogen in sheep is highly dependent on plasma urea concentration and the efficiency of capture within the diegestive tract -
Sunny, N.E., Owens, S.L., Baldwin, R.L., El-Kadi, S.W., Kohn, R.A., Bequette, B.J. 2007. Salvage of blood urea nitrogen in sheep is highly dependent on plasma urea concentration and the efficiency of capture within the diegestive tract. Journal of Animal Science. 85(4):1006-1013.
INFLUENCE OF RUMINAL AND POSTRUMINAL CARBOHYDRATE INFUSION ON VISCERAL ORGAN MASS AND ADIPOSE TISSUE ACCRETION IN GROWING BEEF STEERS. -
Mccleod, K.E., Baldwin, R.L., Solomon, M.B., Baumann, R.G. 2007. Influence of ruminal and postruminal carbohydrate infusion on visceral organ mass and adipose tissue accretion in growing beef steers. Journal of Animal Science. 85:2256-2270.
TRANSFER OF PERCHLORATE FROM DAIRY FEED TO MILK: POSSIBLE EXPOSURE SCENARIOS -
Rice, C., Abbott, L., Capuco, A.V., Hapeman, C.J., Baldwin, R.L., Hare Jr, W.R., Paape, M.J., Mccarty, G.W., Mcconnell, L.L., Van Tassell, C.P. 2006. Transfer of perchlorate from dairy feed to milk: possible exposure scenarios [abstract]. International Conference on The Future of Agriculture: Science, Stewardship and Sustainability (Aug 7-9, Sacramento, CA). 1:52.
INFLUENCE OF ABOMASAL CARBOHYRDATES ON SUBCUTANEOUS, OMENTAL, AND MESENTERIC ADIPOSE LIPOGENIC AND LYPOLYTIC RATES IN GROWING BEEF STEERS. -
Baldwin, R.L., Baumann, R.G., Mcleod, K.R. 2007. Influence of abomasal carbohyrdates on subcutaneous, omental, and mesenteric adipose lipogenic and lypolytic rates in growing beef steers. Journal of Animal Science. 85:2271-2282.
EFFECT OF MASTITIS ON MILK PERCHLORATE CONCENTRATIONS IN DAIRY COWS -
Bannerman, D.D., Paape, M.J., Baldwin, R.L., Rice, C., Bialek Kalinski, K.M., Capuco, A.V. 2006. Effect of mastitis on milk perchlorate concentrations in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 89(8):3011-3019.
EFFECT OF PARTICLE SIZE ON PASSAGE RATES FROM THE RUMEN TO THE DUODENUM OF LACTATING DAIRY COWS. -
Peterson, A.B., Baldwin, R.L., Kohn, R. 2006. Effect of particle size on passage rates from the rumen to the duodenum of lactating dairy cows [abstract]. American Dairy Science and Society of Animal Science. 89:242.
INFLUENCE OF CARBOHYDRATE INFUSION ON LIPOGENIC ENZYME AND REGULATORY PROTEIN GENE EXPRESSION IN GROWING BEEF STEER. -
Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K., Baumann, R.G., Connor, E.E. 2006. Influence of carbohydrate infusion on lipogenic enzyme and regulatory protein gene expression in growing beef steer [abstract]. Experimental Biology Meeting. FASEB Journal 20, Abstract #LB380.
EFFECT OF RUMINALLY DEGRADED PROTEIN SOURCE ON NITROGEN METABOLISM IN HOLSTEIN COWS -
Peterson, A.B., Baldwin, R.L., Bequette, B.J., Kohn, R.A. 2006. Effect of ruminally degraded protein source on nitrogen metabolism in Holstein cows [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science. 89(Suppl. 1)180.
METABOLISM OF AMINO ACIDS AND GLUCOSE BY THE SHEEP GATROINTESTINAL TRACT IN RESPONSE TO POST-RUMINAL PROTEIN SUPPLIES. -
El-Kadi, S.W., Baldwin, R.L., Sunny, N.E., Owens, S.L., Bequette, B.J. 2006. Metabolism of amino acids and glucose by the sheep gatrointestinal tract in response to post-ruminal protein supplies. Journal of Nutrition. 136(5):1261-1269.
FATE OF DIETARY PERCHLORATE IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS: RELEVANCE TO ANIMAL HEALTH AND LEVELS IN THE MILK SUPPLY. Reprint Icon -
Capuco, A.V., Rice, C., Baldwin, R.L., Bannerman, D.D., Paape, M.J., Hare, Jr., W.R., Kauf, A.C., McCarty, G.W., Hapeman, C.J., Sadeghi, A.M., Starr, J.L., McConnell, L.L., Van Tassell, C.P. 2005. Fate of dietary perchlorate in lactating dairy cows: Relevance to animal health and levels in the milk supply. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 102(45):16152-16157.
MILK PRODUCTON OF DAIRY COWS FED DIFFERING CONCENTRATIONS OF RUMEN DEGRADED PROTEIN -
Kalscheur, K.F., Baldwin, R.L., Glenn, B.P., Kohn, R.A. 2006. Milk Producton of Dairy Cows Fed Differing cConcentrations of Rumen Degraded Protein. Journal of Dairy Sci. 89:249-259.
METABOLIC FATES OF AMMONIA NITROGEN IN RUMINAL EPITHELIAL AND DUODENAL MUCOSAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM GROWING SHEEP. -
Oba, M., Baldwin, R.L., Owens, S.L., Bequette, B.J. 2005. Metabolic fates of ammonia nitrogen in ruminal epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells isolated from growing sheep. Journal of Dairy Science. 88:3963-3970.
PREDICTING PERCHLORATE EXPOSURE IN MILK FROM CONCENTRATIONS IN DAIRY FEED -
Rice, C., Abbott, L.C., Hapeman, C.J., Baldwin, R.L., Capuco, A.V., Mccarty, G.W., Hare Jr, W.R. 2005. Predicting perchlorate exposure in milk from concentrations in dairy feed. [abstract].American Chemical Society Annual Meeting Symposium Proceedings. pp. 928-930.
ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RUMINAL PERCHLORATE INFUSION IN DAIRY COWS AND ITS LEVELS IN MILK -
Capuco, A.V., Baldwin, R.L., Rice, C., Hare Jr, W.R., Paape, M.J., Bannerman, D.D., Kauf, A.C., Mccarty, G.W., Sadeghi, A.M., Starr, J.L., Mcconnell, L.L., Hapeman, C.J., Van Tassell, C.P. 2005. Assessing the relationship between ruminal perchlorate infusion in dairy cows and its levels in milk [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science. 88(1):237.
EFFECT OF RUMINALLY DEGRADED PROTEIN SOURCE ON PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE IN HOLSTEIN COWS. -
Peterson, A.B., Baldwin, R.L., Kohn, R. 2005. Effect of ruminally degraded protein source on production performance in Holstein cows [abstract]. Journal of Animal Science. 88(1)99.
CHARACTERIZATION OF A NORMALIZED CDNA LIBRARY FROM BOVINE INTESTINAL MUSCLE AND EPITHELIAL TISSUES -
Baumann, R.G., Baldwin, R.L., Van Tassell, C.P., Matukumalli, L.K., Sonstegard, T.S. 2005. Characterization of a normalized cDNA library from bovine intestinal muscle and epithelial tissues. Animal Biotechnology. 16(1):17-30.
EFFECT OF VFA ON AMMONIA UTILIZATION FOR AMINO ACID AND UREA SYNTHESIS BY RUMINAL EPITHELIAL AND DUODENAL MUCOSAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM GROWING SHEEP -
Baldwin, R.L., Bequette, B.J., Oba, M., Owens, S.L., 2003. Effect of vfa on ammonia utilization for amino acid and urea synthesis by ruminal epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells isolated from growing sheep [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science 86(Suppl. 1):280.
CHARACTERIZATION OF A NORMALIZED CDNA LIBRARY FROM BOVINE INTESTINAL MUSCLE AND EPITHELIAL TISSUES -
Baumann, R.G., Baldwin, R.L., Sonstegard, T.S., Van Tassell, C.P., Matukumalli, L. 2004. Characterization of a normalized cDNA library from bovine intestinal muscle and epithelial tissues [abstract]. 7th International Meeting of the Microarray Gene Expression Data Society. p. 24.
CONSTRUCTION AND ANALYSIS OF A CDNA LIBRARY GENERATED FROM INTESTINAL MUSCLE AND EPITHELIAL TISSUES OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE: OVER 20,000 5'-EST SEQUENCES -
Baumann, R.G., Baldwin, R.L., Sonstegard, T.S., Van Tassell, C.P., Matukumalli, L. 2004. Construction and analysis of a cDNA library generated from intestinal muscle and epithelial tissues of holstein cattle: over 20,000 5'-est sequences. Germplasm Release.
INFLUENCE OF ABOMASAL CARBOHYDRATES ON SMALL INTESTINAL SODIUM-DEPENDENT GLUCOSE CO-TRANSPORTER ACTIVITY AND ABUNDANCE IN STEERS -
Baldwin, R.L., Rodriquez, S.M., Guimaraes, K.C., Matthews, J.C., Mcleod, K.M., Harmon, D.L. 2004. Influence of abomasal carbohydrates on small intestinal sodium-dependent glucose co-transporter activity and abundance in steers. Journal of Animal Science. 82:(10):3015-3023.
USE OF AMMONIA-N BY RUMINAL EPITHELIAL AND DUODENAL MUCOSAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM GROWING SHEEP -
Oba, M., Baldwin, R.L., Owens, S.L., Bequette, B.J. 2004. Use of ammonia-n by ruminal epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells isolated from growing sheep. [abstract] ADSA/ASAS/PAS Joint Meeting, St. Louis, MO. vol. 83(suppl. 1, p.219
UTILIZATION OF AMMONIA-N BY RUMINAL EPITHELIAL AND DUODENAL MUCOSAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM GROWING SHEEP -
Oba, M., Baldwin, R.L., Owens, S.L., Bequette, B.J. 2004. Utilization of ammonia-n by ruminal epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells isolated from growing sheep [abstract]. BARC Poster Day.
CONSTRUCTION OF A NORMALIZED CDNA LIBRARY OF THE BOVINE INTESTINE: 8BOV-GENE IDENTIFICATION AND METABOLIC PATHWAY DISCOVERY -
Baumann, R.G., Baldwin, R.L., Sonstegard, T.S., Van Tassell, C.P., Matukumalli, L. 2004. Construction of a normalized cDNA library of the bovine intestine: 8BOV - Gene identification and metabolic pathway discovery [abstract]. BARC Poster Day. p. 32.
BOVINE SOMATOTROPIN AND RUMEN UNDERGRADABLE PROTEIN EFFECTS ON ORGAN AND TISSUE WEIGHTS AND COMPONENTS OF GROWTH OF PREPUBERTAL HEIFERS. -
Moallem, U., Dahl, G.E., Duffey, E.K., Capuco, A.V., Mcleod, K.R., Baldwin, R.L., Erdman, R.A. 2004. Bovine somatotropin and rumen undergradable protein effects in prepubertal heifers: Effects on body composition and organ tissue weights. Journal of Dairy Science. 87(11):3869-3880.
OXIDATION OF GLUCOSE, GLUTAMATE, AND GLUTAMINE BY ISOLATED OVINE ENTEROCYTES IN VITRO IS DECREASED BY PRESENCE OF OTHER METABOLIC FUELS -
Oba, M., Baldwin, R.L., Bequette, B.J. 2004. Oxidation of glucose, glutamate, and glutamine by isolated ovine enterocytes in vitro is decreased by presence of other metabolic fuels. Journal of Dairy Science. 82(2):479-486.
UREA SYNTHESIS BY RUMINAL EPITHELIAL AND DUODENAL MUCOSAL CELLS FROM GROWING SHEEP -
Oba, M., Baldwin, R.L., Owens, S.L., Bequette, B.J. 2004. Urea synthesis by ruminal epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells from growing sheep. Journal of Dairy Science. 87(6):1803-1805.
RUMEN DEVELOPMENT, INTESTINAL GROWTH AND HEPATIC METABOLISM IN THE PRE-AND POST-WEANING RUMINANT -
Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K.R., Klotz, J.L., Heitmann, R.N. 2004. Rumen development, intestinal growth and hepatic metabolism in the pre-and post-weaning ruminant. Journal of Dairy Science. 87:E. Suppl.:E55-E65.
INFLUENCE OF SUBTHERAPEUTIC CHLORTETRACYCLINE AND DIETARY PROTEIN ON CIRCULATING CONCENTRATION OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1 IN GROWING BEEF STEERS -
McLeod, K.R., Baldwin, R.L., Rumsey, T.S., Elsasser, T.H., Kahl, S., Streeter, M.N. 2003. Influence of subtherapeutic chlortetracycline and dietary protein on circulating concentration of insulin-like growth factor-1 in growing beef steers. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances. 2:531-35.
OXIDATION OF GLUCOSE, GLUTAMATE, AND GLUTAMINE BY ISOLATED OVINE ENTEROCYTES IN VITRO IS DECREASED BY PRESENCE OF OTHER METABOLIC FUELS -
Baldwin, R.L., Bequette, B.J., Oba, M., 2003. Oxidation of glucose, glutamate, and glutamine by isolated ovine enterocytes in vitro is decreased by presence of other metabolic fuels [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science 86(suppl. 1):226.
UREA SYNTHESIS BY RUMINAL EPITHELIAL AND DUODENAL MUCOSAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM GROWING SHEEP -
Baldwin, R.L., Bequette, B.J., Oba, M., Owens, S.L., 2003. Urea synthesis by ruminal epithelial and duodenal mucosal cells isolated from growing sheep [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science 86(Suppl. 1):59.
INFLUENCE OF ABOMASAL CARBOHYDRATES ON SMALL INTESTINAL SODIUM-DEPENDENT GLUCOSE CO-TRANSPORTER ACTIVITY AND ABUNDANCE IN STEERS -
Baldwin, R.L., Rodriquez, S.M., Guimaraes, K.C., Mathews, J.C., Mcleod, K.R., Harmon, D.L., 2003. Influence of abomasal carbohydrates on small intestinal sodium-dependent glucose co-transporter activity and abundance in steers [abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science 86 (Suppl. 1):266.
VISCERAL TISSUE GROWTH AND PROLIFERATION DURING THE BOVINE LACTATION CYCLE -
Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K.R., Capuco, A.V. 2004. Visceral tissue growth and proliferation during the bovine lactation cycle. Journal of Dairy Science.87:2977-2986.
EFFECTS OF INTESTINAL DEVELOPMENT ON CALF GROWTH -
Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K., Heitman, R., Klotz, J., 2003. Effects of intestinal development on calf growth [abstract. Journal of Dairy Science 86(suppl. 1):136
EFFECTS OF RUMINAL AND POST RUMINAL INFUSION OF STARCH HYDROLYSATE OR GLUCOSE ON THE MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT IN GROWING STEERS -
Van Kessel, J.S., Nedoluha, P.C., Williams-Campbell, A., Baldwin, Vi, R.L., Mcleod, K.R. 2004. Effects of ruminal and post ruminal infusion of starch hydrolysate or glucose on the microbial ecology of the gastrointestinal tract in growing steers. Meeting Abstract. p.236.
EFFECTS OF RUMINAL AND POST-RUMINAL INFUSION OF STARCH HYDROLYSATE OR GLUCOSE ON THE MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT IN GROWING STEERS -
VAN KESSEL, J.S., NEDOLUHA, P.C., WILLIAMS CAMPBELL, A.M., BALDWIN, R.L., MCLEOD, K.R. EFFECTS OF RUMINAL AND POST-RUMINAL INFUSION OF STARCH HYDROLYSATE OR GLUCOSE ON THE MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT IN GROWING STEERS. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE. 2002. pp. 3027-3034.
EFFECT OF STAGE OF LACTATION ON VISCERAL TISSUE MASS AND INTESTINAL PROLIFERATION -
BALDWIN, R.L., CAPUCO, A.V., MCLEOD, K. EFFECT OF STAGE OF LACTATION ON VISCERAL TISSUE MASS AND INTESTINAL PROLIFERATION. JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE. 2002.
INFLUENCE OF RUMINAL AND POSTRUMINAL CARBOHYDRATE INFUSION ON VISCERAL ORGAN MASS AND ADIPOSE TISSUE ACCRETION IN GROWING BEEF STEERS. -
BALDWIN, R.L., MCLEOD, K., CAPUCO, A.V., SOLOMON, M.B., HARMON, D. INFLUENCE OF RUMINAL AND POSTRUMINAL CARBOHYDRATE INFUSION ON VISCERAL ORGAN MASS AND ADIPOSE TISSUE ACCRETION IN GROWING BEEF STEERS. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE. 2002.
EVALUATION OF PRIMARY RUMEN EPITHELIAL CELL INCUBATION TECHNIQUES IN SHEEP -
GILLIS, R.C., KLOTZ, J.L., BALDWIN, R.L., HEITMANN, R.N. EVALUATION OF PRIMARY RUMEN EPITHELIAL CELL INCUBATION TECHNIQUES IN SHEEP. SMALL RUMINANT RESEARCH. 2002.
EFFECT OF INCREASING RUMINALLY DEGRADED PROTEIN ON LACTATION PERFORMANCE OF DAIRY COWS -
DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN KETOGENIC ENZYME GENE EXPRESSION DURING SHEEP RUMEN DEVELOPMENT -
BALDWIN, R.L., LANE, M.A., JESSE, B.W. DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN KETOGENIC ENZYME GENE EXPRESSION DURING SHEEP RUMEN DEVELOPMENT. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE. 2002. vol. 80(6), pp. 1538-44.
RUMINAL FERMENTATION AND INTESTINAL FLOW OF NUTRIENTS BY LACTATING COWS CONSUMING BROWN MIDRIB CORN SILAGES -
Greenfield, T.L., Baldwin, R.L., Erdman, R.A., Mcleod, K.R. 2001. Ruminal fermentation and intestinal flow of nutrients by lactating cows consuming brown midrib corn silages. Journal of Dairy Science. 84(11):2469-2477.
MAMMARY CELL NUMBER, PROLIFERATION AND APOPTOSIS DURING THE BOVINE LACTATION CYCLE: RELATION TO MILK PRODUCTION AND EFFECT OF BST -
Capuco, A.V., Wood, D.L., Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K.R., Paape, M.J. 2001. Mammary cell number, proliferation and apoptosis during the bovine lactation cycle: relation to milk production and effect of bst. Journal of Dairy Science. 84(10):2177-2187.
EFFECTS OF ADDED RUMEN UNDEGRADED PROTEIN AND BOVINE SOMATOTROPIN ADMINISTRATION ON ORGAN AND TISSUE WEIGHTS IN PREPUBRTAL DIARY HEIFERS. -
MOALLEM, U., DAHL, G.E., CAPUCO, A.V., BALDWIN, R.L., ERDMAN, R.A. EFFECTS OF ADDED RUMEN UNDEGRADED PROTEIN AND BOVINE SOMATOTROPIN ADMINISTRATION ON ORGAN AND TISSUE WEIGHTS IN PREPUBRTAL DIARY HEIFERS. JOINT ABSTRACTS OF THE AMERICAN DAIRY SCIENCE AND SOCIETY OF ANIMAL SCIENCE. 2001.
EFFECTS OF BROWN MIDRIB CORN SILAGE ON THE ENERGY BALANCE OF DAIRY CATTLE -
INFLUENCE OF RUMINAL OR POSTRUMINAL STARCH INFUSION ON ENERGY BALANCE IN GROWING BEEF STEERS. -
GLUCOSE OXIDATION BY ISOLATED STEER DUODENAL ENTEROCYTES IN VITRO -
Baldwin, R.L., Mcleod, K.R. 2001. Glucose oxidation by isolated steer duodenal enterocytes in vitro. Proceedings of the Energy Metabolism of Farm Animals. p. 217-220.
GLUCOSE OXIDATION BY ISOLATED STEER DUODENAL ENTEROCYTES IN VITRO -
INFLUENCE OF CHLORTETRACYCLINE AND DIETARY PROTEIN LEVEL ON VISCERAL ORGAN MASS OF GROWING BEEF STEERS -
REFINEMENTS IN PRIMARY RUMEN EPITHELIAL CELL CULTURE TECHNIQUES -
MINIMIZING NUTRIENT EXCRETION FROM DAIRY CATTLE AND REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF MANURE NUTRIENTS -
SHEEP INTESTINAL DEVELOPMENT IN RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT DIETARY TREATMENTS -
EFFECTS OF DIET FORAGE-TO-CONCENTRATE RATIO AND METABOLIZABLE ENERGY INTAKEON VISCERAL ORGAN GROWTH AND IN VITRO OXIDATIVE CAPACITY OF GUT TISSUES IN SHEEP -
EFFECTS OF DIET FORAGE-TO-CONCENTRATE RATIO AND METABOLIZABLE ENERGY INTAKEON ISOLAGED RUMEN EPITHELIAL CELL SUBSTRATE METABOLISM IN VITRO -
EFFECTS OF ORAL CHLORTESTRACYCLINE (CTC) AND DIETARY PROTEIN LEVEL ON PLASMA CONCENTRATIONS OF GROWTH HORMONE AND THYROID HORMONES IN BEEF STEERSBEFORE AND AFTER CHALLENGE WITH A COMBO OF THYROTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE -
INFLUENCE OF CHLORTETRACYCLINE AND DIETARY PROTEIN LEVEL ON PLASMA SOMATOMEDIN-C CONCENTRATION, PERFORMANCE, VISCERAL ORGAN MASS, AND CARCASS MERIT OF GROWING BEEF STEERS -
CHLORTETRACYCLINE AFFECTS PLASMA GROWTH HORMONE AND THROID HORMONES IN BEEFSTEERS AFTER CHALLENGE WITH THYROTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE PLUS GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING HORMONE -
PLASMA IGF-1 CONCENTRATIONS, PERFORMANCE, AND CARCASS MERIT OF GROWING BEEFSTEERS FED A SUB-THERAPEUTIC LEVEL OF CHLORTETRACYCLINE AND TWO DIETARY PROTEIN LEVELS -
INFLUENCE OF ENERGY DENSITY AND METABOLIZABLE ENERGY INTAKE ON SUBSTRATE METABOLISM BY RUMINAL EPITHELIAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM SHEEP -
INFLUENCE OF ENERGY DENSITY AND METABOLIZABLE ENERGY INTAKE ON VISCERAL ORGAN GROWTH IN SHEEP. -
IN VITRO RUMEN FERMENTATION CHARACTERISTICS OF CONTINUOUS CULTURE RUMEN FERMENTORS FED A SUB-THERAPEUTIC LEVEL OF CHLORTETRACYCLINE AND TWO DIETARYPROTEIN LEVELS. -
INFLUENCE OF ENERGY DENSITY AND METABOLIZABLE ENERGY INTAKE ON SUBSTRATE METABOLISM BY RUMINAL AND DUODENAL EPITHELIAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM SHEEP. -
INFLUENCE OF ENERGY DENSITY AND METABOLIZABLE ENERGY INTAKE ON VISCERAL ORGAN GROWTH IN SHEEP. -
USE OF ISIOLATED RUMINAL EPITHELIAL CELLS IN THE STUDY OF RUMEN METABOLISM. -
IN VITRO RUMEN FERMENTATION CHARACTERISTICS OF CONTINUOUS CULTURE RUMEN FERMENTORS FED A SUB-THERAPEUTIC LEVEL OF CHLORTETRACYCLINE AND TWO DIETARYPROTEIN LEVELS. -
IDENTIFICATION OF TWO CDNA CLONES ENCODING SMALL PROLINE-RICH PROTEINS EXPRESSED IN SHEEP RUMINAL EPITHELIUM -
THE EFFECT OF VOLATILE FATTY ACID ADMINISTRATION ON SHEEP RUMINAL AND INTESTINAL PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT -
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