Effect of maternally supplied n-3 and n-6 oils on the fatty acid composition and mononuclear immune cell distribution of lymphatic tissue from the gastrointestinal tract of suckling piglets

Binter C, Khol-Parisini A, Gerner W, Schäfer K, Hulan HW, Saalmüller A, Zentek J Archives of Animal Nutrition, 2011 ABSTRACT: Fatty acids are essential for immune cell function. Maternal dietary fatty acid supply influences body fat composition of their offspring. As a first step to study immunonutritional interactions at an early age of pigs, four… Read more »