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Review Article

Regulatory Functions of Fatty Acids with Different Chain Lengths on the Intestinal Health in Pigs and Relative Signaling Pathways

Author(s): Jinchao Chen, Yunxia Li, Zhiru Tang and Zhihong Sun*

Volume 20 , Issue 7 , 2019

Page: [674 - 682] Pages: 9

DOI: 10.2174/1389203720666190514120023

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Abstract

Intestines are not only major organs for nutrient digestion and absorption, but are also the largest immune organ in pigs. They are essential for maintaining the health and growth of piglets. Fatty acids, including short-chain fatty acids, medium-chain fatty acids, and long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, are important nutrients; they are a major energy source, important components of the cell membrane, metabolic substrates in many biochemical pathways, cell-signaling molecules, and play role as immune modulators. Research has shown that fatty acids exert beneficial effects on intestinal health in animal models and clinical trials. The objective of this review is to give a clear understanding of the regulatory effects of fatty acids of different chain lengths on intestinal health in pigs and their signaling pathways, providing scientific reference for developing a feeding technique to apply fatty acids to piglet diets.

Keywords: Pig, fatty acid, intestinal health, immune function, signaling pathway, gut microbiota.

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