Adewuyi, AA, Gruys, E, van Eerdenburg, FJ 2005. Non esterified fatty acids (NEFA) in dairy cattle. A review. Veterinary Quarterly 27, 117–126.
Allen, MS, Bradford, BJ, Harvatine, KJ 2005. The cow as a model to study food intake regulation. Annual Review of Nutrition 25, 523–547.
Ballou, MA, Gomes, RC, Juchem, SO, DePeters, EJ 2009. Effects of dietary supplemental fish oil during the peripartum period on blood metabolites and hepatic fatty acid compositions and total triacylglycerol concentrations of multiparous Holstein cows. Journal of Dairy Science 92, 657–669.
Berg, JM, Tymoczko, JL, Stryer, L 2006. Glycolysis and gluconeogenesis. In Biochemistry, 6th edition (ed. JM Berg, JL Tymoczko and L Stryer), pp. 433–474. W. H. Freeman and Co., New York, NY.
Carlson, DB, McFadden, JW, D'Angelo, A, Woodworth, JC, Drackley, JK 2007. Dietary l-carnitine affects periparturient nutrient metabolism and lactation in multiparous cows. Journal of Dairy Science 90, 3422–3441.
Chung, YH, Pickett, MM, Cassidy, TW, Varga, GA 2008. Effects of prepartum dietary carbohydrate source and monensin on periparturient metabolism and lactation in multiparous cows. Journal of Dairy Science 91, 2744–2758.
Chung, YH, Brown, NE, Martinez, CM, Cassidy, TW, Varga, GA 2009. Effects of rumen-protected choline and dry propylene glycol on feed intake and blood parameters for Holstein dairy cows in early lactation. Journal of Dairy Science 92, 2729–2736.
Cunningham, JG 2002. Textbook of veterinary physiology, 3rd edition. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia,PA.
DeFrain, JM, Hippen, AR, Kalscheur, KF, Jardon, PW 2004. Feeding glycerol to transition dairy cows: effects on blood metabolites and lactation performance. Journal of Dairy Science 87, 4195–4206.
Deniz, A, Westphal, B, Illing, C 2008. Effects of prepartum metaphylactic treatment with Catosal on postpartum metabolic functions in cows. Oral and Poster Presentations, Proceedings of the XXV World Buiatrics Congress, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 26–31.
Douglas, GN, Overton, TR, Bateman, HG II, Drackley, JK 2004. Peripartal metabolism and production of Holstein cows fed diets supplemented with fat during the dry period. Journal of Dairy Science 87, 4210–4220.
Drackley, JK 1999. ADSA Foundation Scholar Award. Biology of dairy cows during the transition period: the final frontier? Journal of Dairy Science 82, 2259–2273.
Drackley, JK, Overton, TR, Dowlen, HH 2001. Adaptations of glucose and long-chain fatty acid metabolism in liver of dairy cows during the periparturient period. Journal of Dairy Science 84, E100–E112.
Duffield, TF, Rabiee, AR, Lean, IJ 2008. A meta-analysis of the impact of monensin in lactating dairy cattle. Part 1. Metabolic effects. Journal of Dairy Science 91, 1334–1346.
European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products (EMEA) 2000. Veterinary Medicines and Information Technology Unit. EMEA/MRL/734/00-FINAL, p 1–2. EMEA, London, UK.
Furll, M, Deniz, A, Westphal, B, Illing, C, Constable, PD 2010. Effect of multiple intravenous injections of butaphosphan and cyanocobalamin on the metabolism of periparturient dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 93, 4155–4164.
Goff, JP, Horst, RL 1997. Physiological changes at parturition and their relationship to metabolic disorders. Journal of Dairy Science 80, 1260–1268.
Grummer, RR 1993. Etiology of lipid-related metabolic disorders in periparturient dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 76, 3882–3896.
Grunberg, W, Staufenbiel, R, Constable, PD, Dann, HM, Morin, DE, Drackley, JK 2009. Liver phosphorus content in Holstein–Friesian cows during the transition period. Journal of Dairy Science 92, 2106–2117.
Huzzey, JM, Veira, DM, Weary, DM, von Keyserlingk, MA 2007. Prepartum behavior and dry matter intake identify dairy cows at risk for metritis. Journal of Dairy Science 90, 3220–3233.
Kennedy, DG, Cannavan, A, Molloy, A, O'Harte, F, Taylor, SM, Kennedy, S, Blanchflower, WJ 1990. Methylmalonyl-CoA mutase (EC 22.214.171.124) and methionine synthetase (EC 126.96.36.199) in the tissues of cobalt-vitamin B12 deficient sheep. British Journal of Nutrition 64, 721–732.
Lohr, B, Brunner, B, Janowitz, H, Hummel, M, Seeger, T, Weber, I, Wittek, T, Schmidt, B, Hellmann, K 2006. Efficacy of Catosal® for the treatment of ketosis in cows with left abomasal displacement. Tierärztl Umschau 61, 187–190.
Moallem, U, Katz, M, Arieli, A, Lehrer, H 2007. Effects of peripartum propylene glycol or fats differing in fatty acid profiles on feed intake, production, and plasma metabolites in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 90, 3846–3856.
Mosley, SA, Shahin, AM, Williams, J, McGuire, MA, McGuire, MK 2007. Supplemental conjugated linoleic acid consumption does not influence milk macronutrient contents in all healthy lactating women. Lipids 42, 723–729.
National Research Council (NRC) 2001. Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle, 7th edition. National Academy Press, Washington, DC.
Pires, JA, Pescara, JB, Grummer, RR 2007. Reduction of plasma NEFA concentration by nicotinic acid enhances the response to insulin in feed-restricted Holstein cows. Journal of Dairy Science 90, 4635–4642.
Preynat, A, Lapierre, H, Thivierge, MC, Palin, MF, Matte, JJ, Desrochers, A, Girard, CL 2009. Effects of supplements of folic acid, vitamin B12, and rumen-protected methionine on whole body metabolism of methionine and glucose in lactating dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 92, 677–689.
Rollin, E, Berghaus, RD, Rapnicki, P, Godden, SM, Overton, MW 2010. The effect of injectable butaphosphan and cyanocobalamin on postpartum serum beta-hydroxybutyrate, calcium, and phosphorus concentrations in dairy cattle. Journal of Dairy Science 93, 978–987.
Vazquez-Anon, M, Bertics, S, Luck, M, Grummer, RR, Pinheiro, J 1994. Peripartum liver triglyceride and plasma metabolites in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 77, 1521–1528.
Wildman, EE, Jones, GM, Wagner, PE, Boman, RL, Troutt, JR, Lesch, TN 1982. A dairy cow body condition scoring system and its relationship to selected production characteristics. Journal of Dairy Science 65, 495–501.