HSF1 and GM-CSF expression, its association with cardiac health, and assessment of organ function during heat stress in crossbred Jersey cattle.

Published on Oct 1, 2021in Research in Veterinary Science1.892
· DOI :10.1016/J.RVSC.2021.07.018
Swagat Mohapatra1
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A. K. Kundu1
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+ 3 AuthorsGopalaxmi Panda
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Abstract null null The study aimed to evaluate the differential expression of HSF1 and GM-CSF mRNA in PBMCs and correlate it with myocardial injury in crossbred Jersey heifers during heat stress. The study also assessed the effect of heat stress on cardiac electrical activity, vascular health, liver function and kidney function. The experiment was conducted in two phases: for heat stressed animals; HS in June (THI ranged from 80.0 to 89.8) and for control group i.e. not exposed to heat stress in January (THI ranged between 70.1 and 71.4). Results of the study revealed that the relative abundance of HSF1 and GM-CSF mRNA increased significantly (P   0.05). Significant (P
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