Martin Tang Sørensen mostly deals with Animal science, Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Muscle tissue and Parenchyma. His Animal science research includes themes of Fast twitch muscle, Muscle hypertrophy and Biceps. The Endocrinology study combines topics in areas such as Dairy cattle, Enzyme assay and Milk yield.
His study in Dairy cattle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Andrology and Lactation. His biological study focuses on Cholesterol. Martin Tang Sørensen has researched Muscle tissue in several fields, including Compensatory growth, Food science, Weaning and Subcutaneous fat.
Martin Tang Sørensen spends much of his time researching Animal science, Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Lactation and Weaning. His study on Milking is often connected to Weight gain as part of broader study in Animal science. Martin Tang Sørensen combines subjects such as Andrology and Gestation with his study of Endocrinology.
His work on Receptor, Insulin-like growth factor and Muscle hypertrophy as part of general Internal medicine study is frequently linked to Mammary tissue, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies deal with areas such as Urea, Apoptosis, Cholesterol and Insemination as well as Lactation. Martin Tang Sørensen focuses mostly in the field of Milk yield, narrowing it down to matters related to Dairy cattle and, in some cases, Enzyme assay.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Lactation, Food science, Linoleic acid and Conjugated linoleic acid. His Animal science research incorporates themes from NEFA and Ice calving. The study incorporates disciplines such as Urea, Low protein and Insemination in addition to Lactation.
His Insemination research includes elements of Thermoregulation, Weaning and Grazing. His Food science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sphingomyelin and Fatty acid. His Linoleic acid study deals with Palmitic acid intersecting with Silage, Milking and Lactose.
Animal science, Food science, Herd, Lactation and Partial least squares regression are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Martin Tang Sørensen examines in his Food science study include Palmitic acid and Linoleic acid. His work carried out in the field of Herd brings together such families of science as Biomarker, Uric acid, Urea and Lactate dehydrogenase.
His Lactation study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Cholesterol. Martin Tang Sørensen has included themes like Dairy cattle, Ice calving and Ketosis in his Partial least squares regression study. His work on NEFA expands to the thematically related Ice calving.
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Antioxidative and oxidative status in muscles of pigs fed rapeseed oil, vitamin E, and copper.
Charlotte Lauridsen;Jacob Holm Nielsen;Poul Henckel;Martin Tang Sørensen.
Journal of Animal Science (1999)
Effect of Exogenous Bovine Somatotropin on Pubertal Mammary Development in Heifers
Kris Sejrsen;John Foldager;Martin T. Sorensen;R. Michael Akers.
Journal of Dairy Science (1986)
Cell Turnover and Activity in Mammary Tissue During Lactation and the Dry Period in Dairy Cows
M.T. Sorensen;J.V. Nørgaard;P.K. Theil;M. Vestergaard.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
Influence of dietary rapeseed oil, vitamin E, and copper on the performance and the antioxidative and oxidative status of pigs.
Charlotte Lauridsen;Søren Højsgaard;Martin Tang Sørensen.
Journal of Animal Science (1999)
A Diet Rich in Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Butter Increases Lipid Peroxidation but Does Not Affect Atherosclerotic, Inflammatory, or Diabetic Risk Markers in Healthy Young Men
Marianne Raff;Tine Tholstrup;Samar Basu;Pernille Nonboe.
Journal of Nutrition (2008)
ADAPTATIONS IN MUSCLE FIBRE CHARACTERISTICS INDUCED BY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN PIGS
J. S. Petersen;P. Henckel;N. Oksbjerg;M. T. Sørensen.
Animal Science (1998)
Mechanistic model to predict colostrum intake based on deuterium oxide dilution technique data and impact of gestation and prefarrowing diets on piglet intake and sow yield of colostrum.
P. K. Theil;C. Flummer;W. L. Hurley;N. B. Kristensen.
Journal of Animal Science (2014)
Effects of the plant growth regulator, chlormequat, on mammalian fertility.
Martin T. Sørensen;Viggo Danielsen.
International Journal of Andrology (2006)
Mammary cell turnover and enzyme activity in dairy cows: effects of milking frequency and diet energy density.
J. Nørgaard;A. Sørensen;M.T. Sørensen;J.B. Andersen.
Journal of Dairy Science (2005)
Inhibition of prolactin in the last trimester of gestation decreases mammary gland development in gilts.
C Farmer;M T Sorensen;D Petitclerc.
Journal of Animal Science (2000)
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