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Effects of bile acids added to the diet of sows in late pregnancy and lactation on their reproductive performance

Release date:Nov 14,2019 Source:LACHANCE
Effects of bile acids added to the diet of sows in late pregnancy and lactation on their reproductive performance
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Bile plays an important role in the digestion and absorption of fat. Fat is decomposed and digested by pancreatic lipase in the small intestine of the animal to produce glycerol, fatty acids and monoglycerides. Bile is an activator of pancreatic lipase. The bile acids, cholesterol and lecithin in bile are all high-efficiency emulsifiers of fat, which makes the fat emulsified into 3~10μm fat droplets, which increases the contact area with lipolytic enzyme and is beneficial to the digestion of fat. The bile salt encapsulates the digested product of the fat to form a water-soluble mixed micelle, and transports the water-insoluble fat decomposition product to the surface of the small intestinal mucosa, thereby promoting the absorption of fat.

Therefore, the addition of bile acids to sow diets may promote the use of lipids, but so far the effects of bile acids on sow reproductive performance and offspring growth are unclear. In this test, 50 ppm, 100 ppm, 150 ppm, and 200 ppm of bile acids were added to the sows during the last month of pregnancy to the lactation diet, and the effects on the reproductive performance, serum biochemical indicators, intestinal microbes, colostrum nutrient components of the sows and serum biochemical parameters were analyzed, to explore the effects of bile acids on sow reproductive performance and growth of piglets and its possible mechanisms.

The addition of bile acids to the sows diet in the late pregnancy and lactating diets had no significant effect on the birth weight of the piglets, but the100 ppm, 150 ppm , and 200 ppm groups showed a significant increase in weaned piglets weight compared with the control group. Compared with the control group, the serum cortisol levels of weaned piglets in 150ppm group and 200ppm group were significantly reduced, and the insulin and T3 levels were significantly increased.

Compared with the control group, glycerol triglyceride content of sows in post gestation and lactating in 50 ppm group, 100 ppm group, 150 ppm group, 200 ppm group were increased significantly. The total protein content in the colostrum of 100 ppm group, 150 ppm group, and 200 ppm group were significantly increased.

The phylum level of the Firmicutes ( Filicuteutes ), Bacteroidetes ( Bacteroidetes ), spirochaetes ( Spirochaetes )  in 100 ppm group of bile acids were the main dominant flora. The relative abundance of these three dominant phylum levels accounts for more than 93% of the total. The relative abundance of the Turimbacter and Lachnospiraceae in the 100 ppm group was significantly increased, while the relative abundance of Escherichia-Shigella was significantly reduced.


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