Data from: Maternal obesity increases insulin resistance, low-grade inflammation and osteochondrosis lesions in foals and yearlings until 18 months of age

Morgane Robles, Emilie Nouveau, Camille Gautier, Luis Mendoza, Cédric Dubois, Michèle Dahirel, Bénédicte Lagofun, Marie-Christine Aubrière, Jean-Philippe Lejeune, Isabelle Caudron, Isabelle Guenon, Catherine Viguié, Laurence Wimel, Hélène Bouraima-Lelong, Didier Serteyn, Anne Couturier-Tarrade, Pascale Chavatte-Palmer, M-C Aubrière & J-P Lejeune
Obesity is a growing concern in horses. The effects of maternal obesity on maternal metabolism and low-grade inflammation during pregnancy, as well as offspring growth, metabolism, low-grade inflammation, testicular maturation and osteochondrotic lesions until 18 months of age were investigated. Twenty-four mares were used and separated into two groups at insemination according to body condition score (BCS): Normal (N, n=10, BCS ≤4) and Obese (O, n=14, BCS ≥4.25). BCS and plasma glucose, insulin, triglyceride, urea,...
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