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Osorio, J. H., & Flórez, J. D. (2011). Diferencias bioquímicas y fisiológicas en el metabolismo de lipoproteínas de aves comerciales. Biosalud, 10(1), 88–98. Recuperado a partir de https://revistasojs.ucaldas.edu.co/index.php/biosalud/article/view/4754


José Henry Osorio
Universidad de Caldas. Manizales
Jancy Darly Flórez
Universidad de Caldas. Manizales


El trabajo tuvo como objetivos, analizar el metabolismo básico de los lípidos en aves comerciales e identificar las principales diferencias entre líneas genéticas y propósitos productivos, se analizó la literatura disponible de los últimos 50 años en las bases de datos BBCS-LILACS, Fuente Académica, IB-PsycINFO, IB-SSCI, IB-SciELO, Scopus y Scirus, así como artículos históricos, textos y referencias citadas en trabajos públicos. Se obtuvo información pertinente relacionada con los objetivos propuestos en la presente revisión, por lo cual puede clasificarse en cinco secciones a saber: digestión y absorción lipídica en las aves, transporte de lípidos exógenos, transporte endógeno de los lípidos, diferencias del metabolismo lipídico en pollo de engorde y diferencias de metabolismo de lípidos en gallinas ponedoras. En las aves los portomicrones son transportados por vía vena porta, y no linfática como los quilomicrones en los mamíferos. El metabolismo de las lipoproteínas, los niveles de lípidos en plasma y la acumulación de lípidos difiere entre machos y hembras y entre estirpes o líneas genéticas.

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