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(1/46) Pretanned leather shavings in a supplement mixture for steers: I. In situ and in vitro disappearance, ruminal fermentation, and organic matter, nitrogen, and fiber digestion.

Two digestion studies were conducted to evaluate the use of pretanned leather shavings as a component of a protein supplement. In Exp. 1, the in situ and in vitro disappearance of pretanned leather shavings and soybean meal was evaluated. Results revealed that less than 18.4% of the pretanned leather shavings was solubilized and disappeared when exposed to McDougall's buffer for 48 h, but there was 90.0% disappearance with 48-h exposure to a .1 N HCl/pepsin treatment and 97.0% disappearance with exposure to a two-stage digestion. In situ disappearance following 72 h in the rumen allowed 6.8% disappearance. Thus, leather shavings seem to be relatively indigestible in the rumen, but postruminal digestion may be possible. In Exp. 2, six Angus x Holstein steers, fitted with ruminal and duodenal cannulas, were used in a replicated 3 x 3 Latin square to evaluate ruminal and digestion effects of the following supplements combined with fescue hay at 1.7% of BW (DM basis): no supplementation (control); supplementation intraruminally with soybean meal at .07% of BW (as-fed basis); and supplementation intraruminally with a combination of soybean meal and pretanned leather shavings (17:8 ratio) at .05% of BW (isonitrogenous to soybean meal; as-fed basis). Ruminal fluid passage rate was greater and fluid turnover time was shorter in steers fed leather shavings than in those fed soybean meal (P = .10). Ruminal pH was lower (P = .04) for supplemented steers than for control steers and ruminal NH3 N concentration was greater (P = .01) in steers fed soybean meal than in those fed leather shavings. Total VFA concentration was increased (P = .02) by supplementation. Supplementation with soybean meal increased (P < .05) ruminal molar proportions of butyrate, valerate, and isovalerate compared with leather shavings. Duodenal OM flow and OM disappearing in the intestines were increased by supplementation (P < .10), but not by the type of supplement fed (P > .10). Ruminal digestion of OM and total tract OM digestion were unaffected (P > .10) by supplementation and the type of supplement fed. Flow and digestion of NDF were unaffected (P > .10) by the treatments. Flow of N and the quantity of N disappearing in the intestines were increased (P < .05) by supplementation but did not differ (P > .10) between supplementation groups. Microbial N flow, N utilization for net microbial protein synthesis, and ruminal N disappearance were unaffected (P > .10) by supplementation and the type of supplement provided. Combining pretanned leather shavings with soybean meal seemed to have no deleterious effects on digestion or fermentation and to allow for escape of some N to the lower tract.  (+info)

(2/46) Pretanned leather shavings in a supplement mixture for steers: II. Digesta kinetics, ruminal fermentation, and grazing behavior in steers grazing dormant wheatgrass pasture.

Twelve ruminally cannulated steers (Angus x Holstein; average initial BW = 533 +/- 3.28 kg) were randomly allotted to one of three treatments (four steers/treatment) to evaluate the use of pretanned leather shavings as a component of a protein supplement for steers grazing dormant intermediate wheatgrass (Thinopyrum intermedium Host). Steers were allotted to one of three treatments: 1) no supplement (control); 2) supplementation intraruminally at 0700 with soybean meal at .2% of BW (as-fed basis); 3) supplementation intraruminally with soybean meal and pretanned leather shavings (17:8 ratio, respectively) at .16% of BW (as-fed basis). Supplements were formulated so that intakes were isonitrogenous and were placed intraruminally once daily (0700). Sampling periods were conducted February 3 to 16 and February 17 to March 5, 1995. In situ organic matter disappearance of the soybean meal supplement was greater (P > .05) than that of the leather shavings supplement at all incubation times (1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 24, and 48 h). Data suggested that pretanned leather shavings within the leather shavings supplement were only 25% degradable within the rumen. Forage OM intake (control = 12.7, soybean meal = 12.7, and leather shavings = 13.4 g/kg of BW), grazing time, and grazing efficiency were not altered (P > .10) by supplementation or type of supplement provided but did increase between the February and March samplings. Total intake was increased (P = .09) with supplementation and reflected the addition of the protein supplements. Particulate and fluid passage estimates were unaffected (P > .10) by the supplements; however, gastrointestinal fill increased (P = .01) between the February and March samplings. Ruminal pH was lower (P = .04) and ruminal NH3 N concentration was greater (P = .02) for supplemented steers than for control steers, and supplementation treatments did not differ (P > .10). Total VFA concentrations were increased (P = .01) by supplementation but were not affected by type of supplement provided (P > .10). Ruminal molar proportions of acetate and propionate and the ratio of these two VFA did not differ (P > .10) between supplementation types. Nonetheless, supplementation increased molar proportions of butyrate (P = .04), valerate (P = .02), and isovalerate (P = .05), and leather shavings supplementation increased (P = .10) isobutyrate proportions over those in steers supplemented with soybean meal. Combining pretanned leather shavings with soybean meal seemed to have no deleterious effects on forage intake, digesta passage, grazing behavior, or ruminal fermentation and seemed to provide effects similar to those of soybean meal alone.  (+info)

(3/46) Inhibition of collagenase by Cr(III): its relevance to stabilization of collagen.

Bacterial collagenase has now been reacted with a select series of Cr(III) complexes and modifications in the activity of chromium-modified collagenase has been deduced from the extent of hydrolysis of (2-furanacryloyl-L-leucyl-glycyl-L-prolyl-L-alanine), FALGPA. A homologous series of Cr(III) complexes with dimeric, trimeric and tetrameric structures as in 1, 2 and 3 respectively has been investigated for their ability to inhibit the action of collagenase against FALGPA. Whereas competitive and non-competitive modes of inhibition of collagenase are expressed by 1, (dimer) and 2, (trimer) respectively, the tetramer, 3, exhibits poor affinity to collagenase and the inhibition of the enzyme activity is uncompetitive. Evidence for different modes of inhibition of collagenase depending on the nature of Cr(III) species has been presented in this work. Circular dichroism and gel electrophoresis data on Cr(III) modified collagenase corroborate the hypothesis that the inhibition of collagenase by the heavy metal ion arises from secondary and quaternary structural changes in the enzyme. The implications of the observed Cr(III) species specific inhibition of collagenase in gaining new insight into the mechanism of stabilization of collagen by Cr(III) are discussed.  (+info)

(4/46) Case-control study of leatherwork and male infertility.

OBJECTIVES: To test the hypothesis that leatherwork is associated with male infertility mediated through the development of oligozoospermia. The basis of any association was postulated, at the outset, to be with exposure to the solvents used in leatherwork. METHODS: All new referrals with infertility presenting in Leicestershire hospital clinics between November 1988 and September 1992 and Kettering District General Hospital from August 1990 were eligible to participate; 88.5% agreed to be interviewed. Exposure to leatherwork and work with solvents was defined by job title. Comparisons were made with fertile controls and in an analysis within men from infertile couples with oligozoospermia as the primary outcome. Effects on sperm motility and deformity were investigated secondarily. Analyses used logistic regression for binary outcomes and multilevel modelling for continuous outcomes. RESULTS: 1906 men were interviewed. Compared with the fertile controls the men from infertile couples were 1.10 times (95% confidence interval (95% CI) 0.46 to 2.63; p=0.99) more likely to be leatherworkers and 1.73 times (95% CI 1.26 to 2.38; p<0.001) more likely to work with solvents. Compared with other men, leatherworkers were 1.20 times (95% CI 0.43 to 3.33; p=0.73) more likely to present with oligozoospermia and 1.65 times (95% CI 0.37 to 7.30; p=0.51) more likely to present with teratozoospermia. Being a leatherworker was associated with only a 6% reduction in sperm concentration; motility and deformity were similarly unaffected by this exposure. Work with solvents did not statistically, nor clinically, increase the risk of oligozoospermia, teratozoospermia, or asthenozoospermia. CONCLUSIONS: There was little evidence to support the hypothesis that leatherwork is associated with an increased risk of presenting with infertility or oligozoospermia. There was limited evidence that leatherwork is a risk factor for teratozoospermia. Workers with solvents were at an increased risk of presenting with infertility, although this was not mediated through effects on standard measures of semen quality; this finding merits further investigation.  (+info)

(5/46) Comparative decades of experience with glutaraldehyde-tanned human umbilical cord vein graft for lower limb revascularization: an analysis of 1275 cases.

PURPOSE: Biological material has been used as an alternative to autogenous vein since the first lower extremity revascularization procedures were performed. Our experience with glutaraldehyde-tanned human umbilical cord vein graft (UVg), which spanned a period of 28 years, forms the basis of this report, with an emphasis on comparative results between the two decades from 1975 to 1985 and from 1990 to 2000. METHODS: Between 1990 and 2000, 283 lower extremity bypass grafting procedures were performed in 230 patients (264 limbs), with UVg used as the predominant, or sole, graft material. Our experience with 907 reconstructions in the decade from 1975 to 1985 has been previously documented and now serves as a baseline comparison with the past decade of experience with UVg. Each reconstruction was classified on the basis of the distal anastomotic site with or without distal arteriovenous fistulas (dAVFs). The primary and secondary graft patency rates were determined for each category as was cumulative palliation, which combines the end points of graft failure, amputation, and death. RESULTS: The results from the second decade (1990 to 2000) showed a continuation of improving patency rates for UVg grafts in lower extremity revascularization. Comparison results of complications showed no changes in the low incidence rates of infection, stenosis, dissection, and pseudoaneurysm. The original series results showed a 2.9% requirement for aneurysm surgery, with an incidence rate of biodegradation of 57% (36% aneurysms, 21% dilation), whereas the current series results have shown no aneurysms to date. The comparative 6-year secondary patency rates for past and current popliteal and crural bypass grafts (with or without dAVF) were: popliteal, 53% versus 67%, P <.05; and crural, 26% without dAVF versus 47% with dAVF, P <.05. The limb salvage rates for the two series at 6 years showed no significant changes between the decades and the types of bypass grafts. Thrombolysis was performed during the decade from 1990 to 2000 in 27 UVg cases, with lysis achieved in 23 cases (85%) and limb salvage achieved in 20 cases (74%). Since 1996, associated endovascular procedures (fluoroscopy, angioplasty) have assumed increasing importance in the reduction of perioperative graft closure and in the enhancement of patency. CONCLUSION: Our continuing experience with UVg confirms that favorable results can be obtained with this biologic alternative to autologous vein for lower limb revascularization. Concern regarding biodegradation and aneurysm formation even after 5 years are unfounded at this time. Improved patency and limb salvage rates can be achieved in concert with lower nonthrombotic failure rates, increasing performance of associated endovascular procedures, use of tourniquets, and the addition of dAVF for crural bypass grafting. Prospective randomized studies are still necessary for the assessment of the comparative role of all graft materials, a project that continues to evade our specialty.  (+info)

(6/46) Elevated levels of DNA-protein crosslinks and micronuclei in peripheral lymphocytes of tannery workers exposed to trivalent chromium.

DNA-protein crosslinks (DPC) are a promising biomarker of exposure to hexavalent chromium, a known human carcinogen. Although trivalent chromium is considered to have much lower toxicity, the risk involved in chronic exposure is uncertain. DPC may be a useful tool in clarifying this risk, by signaling an exposure of body tissues to biologically active forms of chromium. DPC quantification was carried out in lymphocytes of a group of tannery workers exposed to trivalent chromium, a small group of manual metal arc stainless steel welders exposed to hexavalent chromium and a control group. This biomarker was compared with the frequency of micronuclei in cytokinesis blocked peripheral lymphocytes as a biomarker of cytogenetic lesions and total plasma and urine chromium levels as an index of exposure. The results indicate a significant increase in the formation of DPC in tannery workers compared with controls (0.88 +/- 0.19 versus 0.57 +/- 0.21%, P < 0.001, Mann-Whitney test) and an even higher level of DPC in welders (2.22 +/- 1.12%, P = 0.03). Tanners showed a significant increase in micronucleated cells compared with controls (6.35 +/- 2.94 versus 3.58 +/- 1.69 per thousand, P < 0.01), whereas in welders this increase was not significant (5.40 +/- 1.67 per thousand ). Urinary chromium was increased in both groups, with a greater increase observed in tanners compared with controls (2.63 +/- 1.62 versus 0.70 +/- 0.38 microg/g creatinine, P < 0.001) than in welders (1.90 +/- 0.37 microg/g creatinine, P < 0.005). Plasma chromium was also increased in both groups (tanners 2.43 +/- 2.11 microg/l, P < 0.001, welders 1.55 +/- 0.67 microg/l, P < 0.005 versus controls 0.41 +/- 0.11 microg/l). In summary, chronic occupational exposure to trivalent chromium can lead to a detectable increase in lymphocyte DNA damage which correlates with a significant exposure of the cells to the metal.  (+info)

(7/46) Studies on the nature of interaction of iron(III) with alginates.

The interactions between the polysaccharide alginate and iron(III) were investigated. The solution properties were studied through pH-metry, viscometry, zeta potential and particle size measurements. In the presence of alginate, iron(III) was stabilized and no precipitation was observed. Studies indicate that iron(III)-alginate system was more stable than iron(III) or alginate alone. The binding constant is of the order of 10(4) M(-1). A case for 'site binding model' for the interaction between alginate and Fe(III) has been made based on the studies using circular dichroism and zeta potential experiments. The number of binding sites per molecule of alginate has been estimated to be 66. This indicates that the alginate can bind more number of Fe(III) ions and thus provide a stable complex which can find wide industrial applications.  (+info)

(8/46) Incidence of high blood pressure in a group of tannery workers in Brazil.

The aim of this study was to measure the incidence of high blood pressure (HBP) in a medium-size tannery in Botucatu, Sao Paulo State, southeast Brazil. A previous study at this tannery showed a high prevalence of arterial hypertension. A positive correlation was found between cumulated work time and arterial pressure. We followed a cohort of workers for seven years. At the end of this period, HBP incidence rate was calculated as 0.0964.year(-1). This was considered high compared to other occupational groups.  (+info)


salons


  • On December 15th, 2011, Federal MP James Bezan tabled a private member's bill which would make it illegal for under-18s to use tanning salons and warn users of the dangers of using tanning beds. (cancer.ca)


spray


  • Toddlers and Tiaras: Flippers and Spray Tanning? (cafemom.com)
  • Mom takes her kids to get spray tanned to prepare for the weekend pageant. (cafemom.com)
  • The younger daughter is scared of the spray tanning booth, as any toddler would be! (cafemom.com)
  • I understand we have to make our kids do things they are afraid of, but getting a spray tan isn't up there for me. (cafemom.com)


Results


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Spot


  • Since 2001, The Hot Spot Tanning Salon Llc has been providing Tanning Salon from Warren. (mlive.com)


find


  • A man told police he returned home to find his girlfriend, identified as 46-year-old Rhonda Waits, on the tanning bed and unresponsive. (mysanantonio.com)
  • It's pretty much the best guide to self-tanning you'll ever find. (beautyriot.com)


make


  • We hope it will lead to national legislation to regulate this industry, which continues to make false claims that tanning isn't dangerous. (cancer.ca)


artist


  • Dorothea Tanning, artist and poet, died on Jan. 31 at the age of 101. (artinamericamagazine.com)
  • I spoke to Victoria's Secret Makeup Artist Colleen Runne and St. Tropez tanning expert Fiona Locke to dig up the best fake tan secrets known among the Hollywood elite. (beautyriot.com)


location


  • Are we missing a Baja Beach Tanning Club location or another place that you know about? (mapmuse.com)
  • Are we missing a Express Tan location or another place that you know about? (mapmuse.com)


Found


  • Authorities in the Dallas area are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found Sunday in a tanning bed. (mysanantonio.com)


daughter


  • Krentcil pleaded not guilty last week to a child-endangerment charge that she allegedly placed her 5-year-old daughter in a tanning bed. (latimes.com)
  • She acknowledges a penchant for tanning, but says she would never allow her daughter to use a fake bake, and describes the charge and uproar as a witch hunt . (latimes.com)


currently


  • There is currently 1 streetstyle photo of bloggers wearing Tan Madewell Floral Dresses. (chictopia.com)
  • There are currently bans on the use of tanning beds for youth under the age of 19 in Nova Scotia and for those under the age of 18 in the city of Victoria. (cancer.ca)


among


  • Internationally, France, Scotland, England, parts of Australia and the state of California are among the jurisdictions that have banned the use of tanning beds for under-18s. (cancer.ca)


Color


  • The color is a neutral khaki tan with a pebbly surface. (autozone.com)


paint


  • Erudite and prolific for seven decades, Tanning often said she learned how to paint by gazing at paintings on her frequent visits to the Art Institute of Chicago. (artinamericamagazine.com)


black


  • She styled her tan madewell floral dress with a black Gap booties shoes and black jess rizzuti floral bag. (chictopia.com)


order


  • Is it really worth it to scare the heck out of a toddler in order to get a tan? (cafemom.com)


Tanning????


  • im planning to go to a tanning salon but don't know how all that stuff works. Do i just go in there and tan or do i need to put any lotion on or anything??? if so what kind of lotion should i put on and please share and info that i need to know about tanning. thank you.
  • The first time you go tanning go only for like 5 minutes. Return a couple of days later, or maybe even a week and go for 8 or 10 minutes. DEFINITELY use a tanning lotion. At the beginning I didn't use anything and I would start peeling everywhere like crazy! but now that I use a tanning lotion I don't peel at all :-) Now , on with the "tanning is bad for you". It is. This is the 3rd topic I've posted this on, but I just feel like sharing my experience. I'm 24, I have been tanning (always outdoors) since I was born. I just started going to the tanning salon like 2 months ago and last week I went to the derm and he told me I have sun damage in my skin! what is sun damage? its what old ladies get! and i'm 24! Fortunately, because I'm young, the damage is reversible. Just be careful when tanning ok? Use spf of 30 or more if you can. It 'll take you more time to get tanned but it'll protect you more.


tanning??????????????


  • I'm planning to go tanning monday,which is 2 days away. I am 14 years old. I want to be tan before april 6th, 2009. How many minutes should I start out in the tanning bed. I have sensitive skin. I'm very light complected if the matters. So I just wondered how long I should stay in the tanning bed for the first time. I also wondered how long it will take me to get tan? thanks:)
  • Ask this question at the salon. They know the strength of the bulbs in their tanning equipment and will be able to best answer this. Choose a stand up booth for the fastest tan. The beds take a long time. You need to buy eye protection-tanning goggles and tanning lotion for indoor tanning. They sell both at the salons.


TANNING, :) ? ? ?


  • What's a good tanning salon to go to that has memberships or unlimited tanning deals that aren't super pricey??? I want to get a good base tan before i go to mexico or i seriously will like burn to death hahah. i live in washington! :)
  • I use to go tanning all the time before summer.. i go to LA tan and my tan is pretty nice. It's 19.99 for level one unlimited for a month, and 39.99 for level 1 & 2. But for now, i'd suggest the sun.


TANnING !!!?


  • is tanning that bad for you? and is tanning at a salon worse for you than tanning at a beach?
  • Yes, tanning is bad for you. It makes you old and wrinkled eventually.


TANNiNG????


  • I lay out on the deck in the sun, but I just can't get a tan. I don't really want to go to the store and get tanning oil, so is there anything at home you can use as a substitute?? Thank you so much for any help!
  • Olive oil


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  • hey now i have a pretty good tan and i weant to get darker but im afraid of sun burn and what i was wondering was k my skin is pretty tanned but if i say tommororw get sunburned and my face goes from tanned to red from the sunburn will my tan come back darker the same or will i come back with a lighter skin
  • I fail to understand the importance of a tan. You'll regret it when you look older then you are when you're in your 30's/40's. Sun damage cannot be reversed. Ageing and early wringles, anyone?


TaNnInG!!!!!!?


  • I really want a tan but i have sensitive skin..i know sitting out in the sun works but i usually just burn instead of tan... Any suggestions? What do you suggest i do while i am on a cruise???What kinda sun block or sun screen and stuff???
  • a tanning bed. use a moisturiser when going under the sun/lamp, and after you tan a few times your body gets used to the procedure, will stop flaking andpeeling, and eventualy just tan. good luck! :)


Beginning tanning. What is the best tanning lotion and appropriate amount of initial tanning time in a salon?


  • As a guy I already have a sort of brown tan but I want it to be darker. I tan pretty easily but want to speed it up a bit instead of baking in the sun. For those of you that know, what's the best tanning lotion to use and how long do I need to sit in a tanning bed to maximize my tan without getting burned initially?
  • Why waste money at a salon when the sun is free?