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skeletal muscle, mTOR-dependent signaling has been studied in vivo in response to a number of anabolic stimuli in neonatal pigs 12–17 and adult and elderly humans 10,18,19 but not in horses of any age. In neonatal pigs, the increase in mTOR

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Contracted tendons are a common flexural limb deformity in neonatal foals. 1–3 This condition manifests as deviation of a limb in the sagittal plane and as persistent hyperflexion of a joint region. 1–3 Foals with this deformity are unable to

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neonatal pigs by enhancing translation initiation factor activation . Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 2005 ; 288 : E914 – E921 . 21. Escobar J Frank JW Suryawan A , et al. Amino acid availability and age affect the leucine stimulation of

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conducted with neonatal piglets found no increase in the phosphorylation of S6K1 and 4EBP1 and only a modest increase in muscle protein synthesis in skeletal muscle following a 25.5-hour period of continuous feeding, compared with those prior to feeding

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. Sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for quantitative measurement of serum amyloid A protein in horses . Am J Vet Res 1995 ; 56 : 1286 – 1291 . 44. Stoneham SJ Palmer L Cash R , et al . Measurement of serum amyloid A in the neonatal

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.2460/ajvr.2005.66.1267 25 Golenz MR Carlson GP Madigan JE , Preliminary report: the development of an intraosseous infusion technique for neonatal foals . J Vet Intern Med 1993 ; 7 : 377 – 382 . 10.1111/j.1939-1676.1993.tb01034.x 26

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serial tendon sections were included on each slide, except the primary antibody was replaced by nonimmune serum. Positive and negative tissue control samples consisting of sections of normal tendon, articular cartilage, and neonatal costochondral

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. 10.1093/ajcn/71.3.757 37. Kingdon CC Mitchell F Bodamer OA , et al. Measurement of carbon dioxide production in very low birth weight babies . Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2000 ; 83 : F50 – F55 . 10.1136/fn.83.1.F50 38. Almeida

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