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Diet change rather than diet composition causes transient intestinal damage and growth retardation in pigs

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acute phase proteins, growth, resistant starch, intestinal health, intestinal fatty acid binding proteins

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MLA
Ott, Sanne, Christel Moons, Amin Kashiha, et al. “Diet Change Rather Than Diet Composition Causes Transient Intestinal Damage and Growth Retardation in Pigs.” ANR Forum, 37th, Abstracts. 2012. 73–74. Print.
APA
Ott, S., Moons, C., Kashiha, A., De Backer, K., & Niewold, T. (2012). Diet change rather than diet composition causes transient intestinal damage and growth retardation in pigs. ANR Forum, 37th, Abstracts (pp. 73–74). Presented at the 37th Animal Nutrition Research Forum (ANRF 2012).
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Ott, Sanne, Christel Moons, Amin Kashiha, Kristina De Backer, and Theo Niewold. 2012. “Diet Change Rather Than Diet Composition Causes Transient Intestinal Damage and Growth Retardation in Pigs.” In ANR Forum, 37th, Abstracts, 73–74.
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Ott, Sanne, Christel Moons, Amin Kashiha, Kristina De Backer, and Theo Niewold. 2012. “Diet Change Rather Than Diet Composition Causes Transient Intestinal Damage and Growth Retardation in Pigs.” In ANR Forum, 37th, Abstracts, 73–74.
Vancouver
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Ott S, Moons C, Kashiha A, De Backer K, Niewold T. Diet change rather than diet composition causes transient intestinal damage and growth retardation in pigs. ANR Forum, 37th, Abstracts. 2012. p. 73–4.
IEEE
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S. Ott, C. Moons, A. Kashiha, K. De Backer, and T. Niewold, “Diet change rather than diet composition causes transient intestinal damage and growth retardation in pigs,” in ANR Forum, 37th, Abstracts, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 2012, pp. 73–74.
@inproceedings{3095621,
  author       = {Ott, Sanne and Moons, Christel and Kashiha, Amin and De Backer, Kristina and Niewold, Theo},
  booktitle    = {ANR Forum, 37th, Abstracts},
  keywords     = {acute phase proteins,growth,resistant starch,intestinal health,intestinal fatty acid binding proteins},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Wageningen, The Netherlands},
  pages        = {73--74},
  title        = {Diet change rather than diet composition causes transient intestinal damage and growth retardation in pigs},
  year         = {2012},
}