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Chronic Laminitis Research: Comparison of Normal vs Chronic Laminitis Horses Shows Difference in Immune, Digestive and Laminar Proteins

Chronic Laminitis Research: Comparison of Normal vs Chronic Laminitis Horses Shows Difference in Immune, Digestive and Laminar Proteins | Chronic Laminitis | Scoop.it

A new paper from the world of laminitis research finds that the anti-inflammatory protein apolipoprotein A-IV (APOA-IV) is raised in chronic laminitis, which suggests that the chronic form of the disease is linked to a more general inflammation,especially of the digestive system, than was previously documented.

 

Click on the big bold headline to read the full article on Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog.

 

@HoofcareJournal writes: Most research into laminitis is conducted on horses suffering from acute laminitis, usually after the ingestion of a large doses of fructans or black walnut in a controlled setting.

 

Chronic laminitis is usually studied because of links to insulin resistance and/or equine metabolic syndrome and Cushing's disease, with minimal testing of systemic findings in horses with lameness in their feet.

 

The focus of most chronic laminitis research is on how the endocrine system's irregular function affects the laminar tissue of the foot.

 

Stay tuned to Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog for more information on lamintiis and all conditions of the horse's foot.


Via Fran Jurga, Nolan Hoof Health
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Chronic Laminitis Research: Comparison of Normal vs Chronic Laminitis Horses Shows Difference in Immune, Digestive and Laminar Proteins

Chronic Laminitis Research: Comparison of Normal vs Chronic Laminitis Horses Shows Difference in Immune, Digestive and Laminar Proteins | Chronic Laminitis | Scoop.it

A new paper from the world of laminitis research finds that the anti-inflammatory protein apolipoprotein A-IV (APOA-IV) is raised in chronic laminitis, which suggests that the chronic form of the disease is linked to a more general inflammation,especially of the digestive system, than was previously documented.


Click on the big bold headline to read the full article on Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog.


@HoofcareJournal writes: Most research into laminitis is conducted on horses suffering from acute laminitis, usually after the ingestion of a large doses of fructans or black walnut in a controlled setting.


Chronic laminitis is usually studied because of links to insulin resistance and/or equine metabolic syndrome and Cushing's disease, with minimal testing of systemic findings in horses with lameness in their feet.


The focus of most chronic laminitis research is on how the endocrine system's irregular function affects the laminar tissue of the foot.


Stay tuned to Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog for more information on lamintiis and all conditions of the horse's foot.


Via Fran Jurga
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Chronic Laminitis Research: Comparison of Normal vs Chronic Laminitis Horses Shows Difference in Immune, Digestive and Laminar Proteins

Chronic Laminitis Research: Comparison of Normal vs Chronic Laminitis Horses Shows Difference in Immune, Digestive and Laminar Proteins | Chronic Laminitis | Scoop.it

A new paper from the world of laminitis research finds that the anti-inflammatory protein apolipoprotein A-IV (APOA-IV) is raised in chronic laminitis, which suggests that the chronic form of the disease is linked to a more general inflammation,especially of the digestive system, than was previously documented.

 

Click on the big bold headline to read the full article on Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog.

 

@HoofcareJournal writes: Most research into laminitis is conducted on horses suffering from acute laminitis, usually after the ingestion of a large doses of fructans or black walnut in a controlled setting.

 

Chronic laminitis is usually studied because of links to insulin resistance and/or equine metabolic syndrome and Cushing's disease, with minimal testing of systemic findings in horses with lameness in their feet.

 

The focus of most chronic laminitis research is on how the endocrine system's irregular function affects the laminar tissue of the foot.

 

Stay tuned to Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog for more information on lamintiis and all conditions of the horse's foot.


Via Fran Jurga
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