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oxygen consumption of different strains of mice
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Physiological characteristics of FVB and C57 mice.(A) Glucose tolerance test was performed on week 10 of controlled feeding with chow and high-fat diet. Mice we?img=PMC_pcbig&req=4. Bigger animals live longer. The scaling exponent for the relationship between lifespan and body mass is between and Bigger animals also expend more energy, and the scaling exponent for the relationship of resting metabolic rate (RMR) to body mass lies somewhere between and Mass-specific RMR therefore scales with a corresponding exponent between and
A mouse model of inducible SOD2 gene knockdown reveals the existence of stable, adaptive responses in adult liver to mitochondrial oxidant stress during embryogenesis and in primary embryonic fibroblasts. These mitohormetic responses involve mitochondrial remodeling and priming of antioxidant pathways via basal activation of PPARγ, PGC-1α, and Nrf2 ://(18) 4 Husbandry 1 Edwin P. Les. Animal husbandry is the applied science of providing an optimal environment for a population of animals. The practice of mouse husbandry encompasses all of the activities necessary to produce mice of high quality, including care and feeding, cleaning of the equipment and physical surroundings, and constant concern for the health of each
Fasting of mice is considered to be a standard procedure used in association with many different types of experiments. 1 –3 Fasting is primarily used as a way of standardizing tests or before surgery. Motivations for fasting mice include: Overnight fasting before measuring blood glucose to reduce variability in basal blood glucose, to assure a more uniform drug absorption by preventing Microbial colonizers of humans have evolved to adapt to environmental cues and to sense nutrient availability. Oxygen is a constantly changing environmental parameter in different host tissues and in different types of infection. We describe how Candida albicans, an opportunistic fungal pathogen, can modulate the host response under hypoxia and ://
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Ad libitum-fed mice of the two strains weighed the same when young and consumed similar amounts of food throughout the experiment; however, the C57BL/6 mice weighed 25% more than DBA/2 mice at 15 months of age. The rate of oxygen consumption was normalized as per gram body weight, lean body mass or organ weight as well as per :// Effect of long-term caloric restriction on oxygen consumption and body temperature in two different strains of mice C57BL mice in spontaneous activity was found during the dark or light cycle.
Body temperature was also not different in I and C57BL mice. Oxygen consumption in response to norepinephrine was similar in the two strains.
These results indicate oxygen consumption is greater in I than C57BL mice only in response to feeding. A decrease in oxygen consumption following CR was also evident in both strains of mice, when normalized to metabolically-significant body mass, such as the lean body mass and organ weight, i.e., the combined weight of liver, kidney, heart, and brain (Greenberg and Boozer, ).
Effect of long-term caloric restriction on oxygen consumption and body temperature in two different strains of mice Article in Mechanisms of Ageing and Development (10) November The rate of resting oxygen consumption was measured in groups of 14–month-old mice that had been maintained on AL or CR regimens.
Four different criteria were used for standardizing the rate of oxygen consumption: (i) whole mouse, (ii) body weight, (iii) lean body mass, and (iv) organ weight ().Download: Download full-size image Fig. :// in awake mice carbon dioxide production is significantly decreased during 12% oxygen compared to % oxygen in mutant but not in wild-type mice (MGI Ref ID J) abnormal oxygen consumption.
in awake mice the magnitude of the decrease in oxygen consumption under 21% or 12% oxygen is greater than that in wild-type controls (MGI Ref ID J) (B) Representative oxygen consumption traces obtained with heart respirasomes excised from the BNGE and derived from either C57BL/6 or CD1 animals.
The addition of different components is indicated. The addition of different components is :// performance among different strains of rainbow trout. David Allen, Jordan Rosenfeld, and Jeffrey Richards lated as oxygen consumption divided by the wet mass of the. strains of mice, InRubner found empirically that metabolic rate between different strains of dog was proportional to BW raised to the poweras anticipated if heat was lost via the skin surface Ad libitum-fed mice of the two strains weighed the same when young and consumed similar amounts of food throughout the experiment; however, the C57BL/6 mice weighed 25 % more than DBA/2 mice at 15 months of age.
The rate of oxygen consumption was normalized as per gram body weight, lean body mass or organ weight as well as per ?doi= Effect of long-term caloric restriction on oxygen consumption and body temperature in two different strains of mice. Melissa Ferguson Department of Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Southern California, Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles, CAUnited Scheller L.
F., Wirtz R. A., and Azad A. () Susceptibility of different strains of mice to hepatic infection with Plasmodium berghei. Infect. Immun. 62, \par. Schlager G.
and Dickie M. () Spontaneous mutations and mutation rates in the house mouse. Genet \ Different groups of Balb/cJ and DBA/2J mice were endurance tested in and Results in Fig.
1 show that endurance test performance was not different between these measurements, within strains of mice (Balb/cJ mice, p = ; DBA/2J mice, p = ) despite being separated by approximately 6 years.
This result does not show repeatability; however it does imply stability of the In contrast, outbred strains such as Swiss mice are more fertile and display better nurturing behavior. They are also metabolically sensitive to HFD, and develop hypercholesterolemia, obesity, and Altered cardiac metabolism and function (diabetic cardiomyopathy) has been observed in diabetes.
We hypothesize that cardiac efficiency, the ratio of cardiac work (pressure-volume area [PVA]) and myocardial oxygen consumption (MVo2), is reduced in diabetic hearts.
Experiments used ex vivo working hearts from control db /+, db/db (type 2 diabetes), and db /+ mice given streptozotocin (STZ; type Experimental rodent animals, except guinea pigs, exhibit high incidences of foreign body‐induced carcinogenesis.
11 Yet differences do exist among the strains of mice in the incidence and the latency period. 64 And individuals genetically sensitive to foreign‐body‐induced tumors do exist in certain areas, 76 indicating differences in the Snell dwarf mice were reported to have a reduced body temperature and oxygen consumption (; review in 21).
Using miniature transmitters implanted into the abdominal cavity and hour telemetric recording, we have compared body core temperature (Tco) in Ames dwarf and normal mice under basal conditions and after exposure to food deprivation or For example, taking standard blood samples of ml appears to have major impact on blood pressure and microvascular oxygen levels’.
Also the use of anesthesia and its various effects in different strains of mice can have a major impact on the :// The metabolic pathways (including the energy-producing pathways) of Trypanosoma vivax have been much less studied than those of T. brucei. brucei has been shown to have functioning enzymes for the glycolytic pathway with NAD regeneration in an unusual a-glycerophosphate oxidase system, but no functioning Krebs cycle [in blood-stream form].
Effect of diet on O 2 consumption. Oxygen consumption was measured by indirect calorimetry in B6 and mice during 24 h of fasting (A and C) and 24 h of feeding (B and D) in mice that were maintained on either low-fat (A and B) or high-fat (C and D) diet.
The thick black line Recent studies strengthen the belief that physical activity as a behavior has a genetic basis. Screening wheel-running behavior in inbred mouse strains highlighted differences among strains, showing that even very limited genetic differences deeply affect mouse behavior.
We extended this observation to substrains of the same inbred mouse strain, that is, BALB/c :// Different groups of Balb/cJ and DBA/2J mice were endurance tested in and Results in Figure 1 show that endurance test performance was not different between these measurements, within strains of mice (Balb/cJ mice, p=; DBA/2J mice, p=) despite being separated by approximately six years.
This result does not show repeatability