Kaufman, J.D., Seidler, Y., Bailey, H.R., Whitacre, L., Bargo, F., Lüersen, K., Rimbach, G., Pighetti, G.M., Ipharraguerre, I.R. and Ríus, A.G., 2021. A postbiotic from Aspergillus oryzae attenuates the impact of heat stress in ectothermic and endothermic organisms. Scientific Reports, 11(1), pp.1-13.
  • J.D. Kaufman, Bailey, H.R., Kennedy, A.M., Löffler, F.E., and A.G. Ríus. 2020. Cooling and dietary crude protein affected milk production on heat-stressed dairy cows. Liv. Sci. 104-111.

  • A. G. Ríus, G. Levy, S.A. Turner, C.V.C. Phyn, M.D. Hanigan, and P.C. Beukes. 2019. A redefinition of the modeled responses of mammary glands to once-daily milking. J. Dairy Sci. 102:6595-6602.
  • A. G. Ríus. 2019. Invited Review: Adaptations of protein and amino acid metabolism to heat stress in dairy cows and other livestock species. App. An. Sci. 35:39-48.
  • J. D. Kaufman, A.M. Saxton, and A.G. Ríus. 2018. Short communication: Relationships among temperature-humidity index with rectal, udder surface, and vaginal temperatures in lactating dairy cows experiencing heat stress. J. Dairy Sci. 101:6424-6429.
  • J. D. Kaufman, K.R. Kassube, and A.G. Ríus. 2018. Short communication: High incubation temperature in bovine mammary epithelial cells reduced the activity of the mTOR signaling pathway. J. Dairy Sci. 101:7480-7486.
  • J. D. Kaufman, K.G. Pohler, J.T. Mulliniks, and A.G. Ríus. 2018. Lowering rumen degradable and undegradable protein improved amino acid metabolism and energy utilization in lactating dairy cows exposed to heat stress. J. Dairy Sci. 101:386-395.
  • R. A. Almeida, O. Kerro-Dego, A.G. Ríus. 2018. Effect of heat stress on the interaction of Streptococcus uberis with bovine mammary epithelial cells. J. Dairy Res. 85:53-56.
  • K. R. Kassube, J. D. Kaufman, K. G. Pohler, J. McFadden, and A.G. Rius. 2017. Jugular-infused methionine, lysine, and branched-chain amino acids does not improve milk production in Holstein cows experiencing heat stress. Animal. 1-9.
  • J. D. Kaufman, K.R. Kassube, and A.G. Ríus. 2017. Lowering rumen degradable protein maintained energy-corrected milk yield and improved nitrogen-use efficiency in multiparous lactating dairy cows exposed to heat stress. J. Dairy Sci. 100:8132-8145.


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