Selenium and vitamin E together improve intestinal epithelial barrier function and alleviate oxidative stress in heat-stressed pigs
Fan Liu, Jeremy J Cottrell, John B Furness, Leni R Rivera, Fletcher W Kelly, Udani Wijesiriwardana, Ruslan V Pustovit, Linda J Fothergill, David M Bravo, Pietro Celi, Brian J Leury, Nicholas K Gabler, Frank R Dunshea
Experimental Physiology | WILEY | Published : 2016
Awarded by Commonwealth Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Carbon Farming Futures Program
Research was primarily funded by the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Carbon Farming Futures Program (194374-167). Work in Professor Furness's laboratory was supported by InVivo Animal Nutrition & Health, through its subsidiary, Pancosma SA. F.L. received an Australian Postgraduate Award, an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, and a study award from Australian Pork Limited. L.R.R. was supported by National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Peter Doherty Fellowship.