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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Michael Walker
Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory
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Phone: (301) 504-0295
Fax: (301) 504-8414

Room 210
10300 BALTIMORE AVENUE
ANIMAL GENOMICS AND IMPROVEMENT LAB
BLDG 306 BARC-EAST
BELTSVILLE , MD 207052350


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Tight junction gene expression in gastrointestinal tract of dairy calves with coccidiosis and treated with glucagon-like peptide-2 -
Walker, M.P., Clover, C.M., Elsasser, T.H., Connor, E.E. 2015. Tight junction gene expression in gastrointestinal tract of dairy calves with coccidiosis and treated with glucagon-like peptide-2. Journal of Dairy Science. 98(5):3432-3437.
Comparative physiology of glucagon-like peptide-2 – Implications and applications for production and health of ruminants -
Connor, E.E., Clover, C.M., Walker, M.P., Elsasser, T.H., Kahl, S. 2015. Comparative physiology of glucagon-like peptide-2 – Implications and applications for production and health of ruminants. Journal of Animal Science. 93:492-501.
Comparative physiology of glucagon-like peptide 2 - Implications and applications for production and health of ruminants -
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 -
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.
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