Correlations between net portal appearance of PYY and NPA of total SCFA in pigs fed WSD, AXD, and RSD.
<p>(A) Correlation between net portal appearance of PYY and SCFA for each pig after consumption of WSD, AXD, or RSD, n = 6. Each point represents a correlation between net portal appearance of PYY and SCFA for a given pig on a specific diet (time points 0, 60, 180, and 300 min relative to first daily meal). (B) Correlation with first (♦) and second (◊) meals after consumption of WWG, WAF, or RAF, n = 6. Each point represents the average net portal appearance of PYY (pools 1–4 as described in the Materials and Methods) correlated to the net portal appearance of SCFA (pools 1–4) for each pig on each experimental diet. Inserts show the Pearson’s r correlation and the corresponding <i>P</i>-value. Solid line represent means for meal 1, and the dashed line represent means for meal 2.</p
Biochemistry, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Ecology, Sociology, Developmental Biology, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Chemical Sciences not elsewhere classified, rye aleurone-rich flour, portal appearance, NPA, SCFA absorption, portal vein PYY plasma levels, hindgut SCFA production, postprandial PYY responses, PYY levels, porto-arterial catheterized pig model, Postprandial blood samples, Postprandial PYY increase, DF, Western-style control diets, starch supplementation, postprandial PYY plasma levels
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0185927.g003
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