Abstracts

2020

ADSA Abstracts: Virtual Event

  1. H. T. Holdorf, R. S. Pralle, S. J. Erb, and H. M. White. 2020. Hepatic lipid-associated protein abundances vary by day relative to calving and are associated with hepatic triglyceride content in transition dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. Accepted Abstract.
  2. H. T. Holdorf, K. A. Estes, B. A. Barton, and H. M. White. 2020. Effects of rumen protected choline supplementation during electric heat blanket induced heat stress. J. Dairy Sci. Accepted Abstract.
  3. Martin, M. J., R. S. Pralle, R. L. Wallace, M. R. Borchers, S. R. DeNise, K. A. Weigel, and H. M. White. 2020. Prediction of dry matter intake using linear regression of sensor, blood metabolite, and performance variables in mid-lactation cows. J. Dairy Sci. 103(Suppl. 1):203. (Abstr.)
  4. Martin, M. J., R. S. Pralle, K. A. Weigel, Z. Zhou, and H. M. White. 2020. Fatty acid metabolism may vary in dairy cows with high and low residual feed intake. J. Dairy Sci. 103(Suppl. 1):203. (Abstr.)

2019

ADSA Abstracts: Cincinnati, OH

  1. Chandler, T.L., S.J. Erb, W.A. Myers, B.A. Barton, J.W. McFadden, and H.M. White. 2019. Characterization of the very low density lipoprotein lipidome
    exported from primary bovine hepatocytes supplemented with choline and methionine. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:70.
  2. Holdorf, H.T., R.C. Oliveira, R.S. Pralle, and H.M. White. 2019. Coordinated responses of hepatic lipid-associated proteins in cows with high or low liver lipid content peripartum. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:211.
  3. Martin, M.J., S.J. Erb, E.T. Ronk, S.J. Bertics, M.R. Moede, K.A. Weigel, and H.M. White. 2019. Differences in mammary gland uptake of post-absorptive energy metabolites may contribute to residual feed intake variation. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:230.
  4. Oliveira, R.C., S.J. Erb, C.R. Seely, J.L. Woolf, and H.M. White. 2019. Postpartum ammoniated lactate supplementation altered gene expression to support hepatic metabolism. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:426.
  5. Pralle, R.S., H.T. Holdorf, C.R. Seely, R.C. Oliveira, and H.M. White. 2019. Abundance of hepatic patatin-like phospholipase domaincontaining protein 3 protein was inversely related to peripartum hepatic triglyceride accumulation. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:271.
  6. Seely, C.R., H.T. Holdorf, R.S. Pralle, R.C. Oliveira, J.L. Woolf,
    M.R. Moede, S.J. Erb, and H.M. White. 2019. Characterization of peripartum circulating metabolites in cows with varying degrees of liver triglyceride accumulation. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:25.
  7. Seely, C.R., H.T. Holdorf, R.S. Pralle, R.C. Oliveira, J.L. Woolf, M.R. Moede, S.J. Erb, and H.M. White. 2019. Use of circulating metabolites and milk production variables to generate linear regression models for prediction of postpartum liver triglycerides. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:325.
  8. Weld, K.A., C. Bradley, J. Davidson, and H.M. White. 2019. Adipose tissue and plasma fatty acid profile during the peripartum period differ by parity but not by late-lactation dietary fatty acid profile. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:346.
  9. Weld, K.A., S.J. Erb, and H.M. White. Effect of fatty acid profile shifts on bovine primary hepatocyte gluconeogenic and oxidative gene expression. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:211.
  10. Weld, K.A., R.C. Oliveira, K.J. Sailer, H.T. Holdorf, S.J. Bertics,
    and H.M. White. 2019. Hepatic pyruvate carboxylase expression at parturition differed in cows that subsequently developed hyperketonemia. J. Dairy Sci. 102, Suppl. 1:214.

EAAP abstracts: Ghent, Belgium

  1. Erb, S.J. and H.M. White. 2019. Knockdown of patatin-like phospholipase domain-containing protein 3 protein abundance increased cellular TG levels in primary bovine hepatocytes. ACCEPTED Proc. European Association for Animal Production. (Abstr.)
  2. Erb, S.J. and H.M. White. 2019. Physiological concentrations of fatty acids impact lipolytic genes in primary bovine hepatocytes. ACCEPTED Proc. European Association for Animal Production. (Abstr.)
  3. Erb, S.J. and H.M. White. 2019. Primary bovine hepatocyte lipolytic genes may respond differently to LXRα perturbation than murine. ACCEPTED Proc. European Association for Animal Production. (Abstr.)
  4. Holdorf, H.T. and H.M. White. 2019. Responses of lipid associated proteins to FA treatment in bovine primary hepatocytes. European Federation of Animal Science Annual Meeting (E-Suppl. “Y”):”pageX”. (Abstr.)
  5. Pralle, R.S., K.A. Weigel, N.E. Schultz, H.M. White. 2019. Hyperketonemia genome-wide association study in Holstein cows. Page 538 in Proc. European Association for Animal Production. Wageningen Academic, Wageningen, Netherlands.
  6. Pralle, R.S., K.A. Weigel, N.E. Schultz, and H.M. White. 2019. Hyperketonemia SNP by parity group genome-wide interaction study in Holstein cows. Page 541 in Proc. European Association for Animal Production. Wageningen Academic, Wageningen, Netherlands.

ISRP abstracts: Leipzig, Germany

  1. Erb, S.J. and H.M. White. 2019. Exposure of primary bovine hepatocytes to physiologically relevant fatty acid cocktails have altered gene expression. Oxford Abstracts. ACCEPTED (Abstr.)
  2. Erb, S.J. and H.M. White. 2019. The effect of fatty acid cocktails mimicking timepoints across the transition period on lipolytic protein abundance in primary bovine hepatocytes. Oxford Abstracts. ACCEPTED (Abstr.)
  3. Pralle, R.S., C.S. Seely, H.T. Holdorf, J.L. Woolf, and H.M. White. 2019. Clustering based on liver and blood metabolite concentrations suggests cows are susceptible or resistant to early postpartum metabolic disorders. Oxford Abstracts. ACCEPTED (Abstr.)

2018

ADSA Abstracts: Knoxville, TN

  1. Chandler, T.L., S.J. Bertics, B.A. Barton, H.M. White. 2018. Hepatic gluconeogenesis is differentially altered by choline and methionine in bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 101, Suppl 2:75.
  2. Chandler, T.L., S.J. Erb, S.J. Bertics, B.A. Barton, H. M. White. 2018. Pyruvate carbon flux in response to choline and methionine in bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 101, Suppl 2:75.
  3. McFadden, J.W., J.E. Rico, S.J. Erb, and H.M. White. 2018. Inhibition of serine palmitoyltransferase prevents palmitic acid-induced ceramide synthesis in bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 101, Suppl 2:105.
  4. Weld, K.A., R.C. Oliveira, K.J. Sailer, H.T. Holdorf, S.J. Bertics, H.M. White. 2018. Fatty acid profiles in plasma and liver lipids are influenced by hyperketonemia in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 101, Suppl 2:271.
  5. Weld, K.A., R.C. Oliveira, K.J. Sailer, H.T. Holdorf, S.J. Bertics, H.M. White. 2018. Hyperketonemia does not affect proportional uptake of fatty acids by the mammary gland. J. Dairy Sci. 101, Suppl 2:270.
  6. Weld, K.A., R.C. Oliveira, K.J. Sailer, H.T. Holdorf, H.M. White. 2018. The relationship between plasma and liver fatty acid profiles in transition dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 101, Suppl 2:270.

2017

ADSA Abstracts: Pittsburgh, PA

  1. Chandler, T.L., S.J. Erb, S.J. Bertics, B. Barton, and H.M. White. 2017. Choline modulates fatty acid carbon flux within bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2. Selected for a late-breaking abstract.
  2. Chandler, T.L., S.J. Erb, K.J. Sailer, S.J. Bertics, and H.M. White. 2017. Fatty acid challenge increases oxidation and glucose production in a substrate-specific manner in bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2:106.
  3. Erb, S.J., R.S. Pralle, and H.M. White. 2017. Coordination of adipose tissue lipolysis during the transition period in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2:77.
  4. Holdorf, H.T., R.S. Pralle, R.C. Oliveira, S.J. Erb, and H.M. White. 2017. Coordinated response of hepatic lipolysis during the transition to lactation in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2:23.
  5. Holdorf, H.T., R.S. Pralle, M.T. Lavarias, Q. Zhang, T.L. Chandler, and H.M. White. 2017. Response of patatin-like phospholipase domain-containing protein 3 abundance to fatty acid treatment in bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2: 280. Undergraduate Poster Competition.
  6. Oliveira, R.C., S.J. Erb, R.S. Pralle, T.L. Chandler, K.J. Sailer, T.N. Mack, K.A. Weld, and H.M. White. 2017. Mammary utilization and secretion of β-hydroxybutyrate differs in dairy cows with hyperketonemia. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2: 287.
  7. Oliveira, R.C., R.S. Pralle, L.C. de Resende, C.H.P.C. Nova, V. Caprarulo, J.A. Jendza, A. Troescher, and H.M. White. 2017. Prepartum conjugated linoleic acid supplementation on lactation performance and metabolic health in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2: 92.
  8. Oliveira, R.C., K.J. Sailer, R.S. Pralle, H.T. Holdorf, G. Poppy, and H.M. White. 2017. The effect of fermented ammoniated condensed whey supplementation on hyperketonemia incidence in transition dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2: 92.
  9. Pralle, R.S., K.A. Weigel, and H.M. White. 2017. Development and evaluation of hyperketonemia prediction models. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2: 237.
  10. Sailer, K.J., R.S. Pralle, R.C. Oliveira, G.R. Oetzel, and H.M. White. 2017. Validation of BHBcheck blood β-hydroxybutyrate meter as a diagnostic tool for hyperketonemia. J. Dairy Sci. 100, Suppl 2: 236.

2016

ADSA-ASAS JAM Abstracts: Salt Lake City, UT

  1. Adams, H.A., T.L. Chandler, G.R. Oetzel, H.M. White, and R.H. Fourdraine. 2016. Measuring the prevalence and impact of subclinical ketosis on lactation performance in U.S. dairy herds. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1. Omitted from abstract book by JAM, presented at meetings.
  2. Caprarulo, V., T.L. Chandler, M.G. Zenobi, B.A. Barton, C.R. Staples, and H.M. White. 2016. Hepatic oxidation is responsive to prepartum energy and peripartum rumen protected choline supplementation. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1:625.
  3. Chandler, T.L., S.J. Bertics, B.A. Barton, and H.M. White. 2016. Hepatic gluconeogenic enzymes are differentially altered by methyl-donors choline and methionine in bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1:527.
  4. Chandler, T.L., N. Zhang, M.R. Skiba, S.G. Moore, M.O. Caldeira, S.E. Poock, G.R. Oetzel, C.W. Wolfe, R.H. Fourdraine, and H.M. White. 2016. Predicting hyperketonemia prevalence in Jersey herds from milk composition and cow test-day information using multiple linear regression. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1:58.
  5. Pralle, R.S., H.A. Adams, T.L. Chandler, and H.M. White. 2016. Genomic markers associated with hyperketonemia in Jersey cows. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1:56.
  6. Tiberio, F.M., R.S. Pralle, C.A. Getschel, R.C. Oliveira, S.J. Bertics, K.A. Weigel, R.D. Shaver, L.E. Armentano, and H.M. White. 2016. The association between body condition score, residual feed intake, and hyperketonemia. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1:715.
  7. Zhang, Q., D.N. Luchini, and H.M. White. 2016. The effect of increasing concentrations of different methionine forms and 2-hydroxy-4-(methylthio)butanoic acid on hepatic oxidative status and genes controlling methionine metabolism and transmethylation flux. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1:759.
  8. Zhang, Q., D.N. Luchini, and H.M. White. 2016. DL-Methionine increases glutathione concentration and alleviates inflammatory responses in primary bovine hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 99, Suppl. 1:515.

Zoetis Research Conference & UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Phi Zeta Research Day

  1. Mack, T.N., R.C. Oliveira, R.S. Pralle, G.R. Oetzel, and H.M. White. 2016. Immediate treatment of hyperketonemia ameliorates negative impacts on milk production but not comorbidity risk.Presented at Zoetis Research Conference and the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Phi Zeta Research Day. Awarded the Zoetis award for Best Summer Scholars poster.

2015

ADSA-ASAS JAM Abstracts: Orlando, FL

  1. Bowen, D.A., N.D. Luchini, and H.M. White. 2015. The effect of increasing concentrations of dl-methionine and HMB on hepatic genes controlling methionine and glucose metabolism. J. Dairy Sci. 98, Suppl 2:738.
  2. Chandler, T.L., R.S. Pralle, G.R. Oetzel, R.H. Fourdraine, and H.M. White. 2015. Development of a ketosis prevalence tool in Holstein dairy cows based on milk component data and cow test-day information. J. Dairy Sci. 98, Suppl 2:507.
  3. Chandler, T.L., C.L. McCourt, S.J. Bertics, B.A. Barton, and H.M. White. 2015. Methyl-donors choline and methionine differentially alter hepatic methyl carbon metabolism. J. Dairy Sci. 98, Suppl 2:132.
  4. Chandler, T.L., R.T. Fugate, A.H.A. Troescher, J.A. Jendza, and H.M. White. 2015. Supplementation of conjugated linoleic acid during the transition to lactation period increased milk production in a commercial dairy. J. Dairy Sci. 98, Suppl 2:55.
  5. McCourt, C.L., T.L. Chandler, S.J. Bertics, B.A. Barton, and H.M. White. 2015. Supplementation of choline increases very low-density lipoprotein export from bovine primary hepatocytes. J. Dairy Sci. 98, Suppl 2. Selected for a late-breaking abstract.
  6. Pralle, R.S., R.C. Oliveira, T.L. Chandler, S.J. Bertics, and H.M. White. 2015. Hepatic patatin-like phospholipase domain-containing protein 3 (PNPLA3) protein is regulated during the transition to lactation period in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 98, Suppl 2:10.

International Congress on Farm Animal Endocrinology

  1. Chandler, T.L., R.T. Fugate, A.H.A. Troescher, J.A. Jendza, and H. M. White. 2015. Supplementation of conjugated linoleic acid during the transition to lactation period improves milk production and reproductive efficiency. International Congress on Farm Animal Endocrinology. DCA Report 64:29. Invited abstract presented by H. M. White.

2014

ADSA-ASAS JAM Abstracts: Kansas City, MO

  1. Bender, R.W., D.E. Cook, T.L. Chandler, H.M. White, and D.K. Combs. 2014.  Evaluating daily variation in body weight, milk production, and rumination activity on a commercial dairy with robotic milking. J. Dairy Sci. 97, Suppl. 1:890.
  2. Fugate, R., L.H. Dauten, G.R. Wiggans, and H.M. White. 2014.  Determination of single nucleotide polymorphisms associated with subclinical ketosis in Jersey cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 97, Suppl. 1:472.

2013

ADSA-ASAS JAM Abstracts: Indianapolis, IN

  1. Dauten, L.H., B.E. Sullivan, and H.M. White. 2013.  Prepartum insulin resistance in dairy cows increases offspring birth weight and insulin concentrations.  J. Dairy Sci.  96, Suppl. 1:352.