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Grandl, F; Luzi, S P; Furger, M; Zeitz, J O; Leiber, F; Ortmann, S; Clauss, Marcus; Kreuzer, M; Schwarm, A (2016). Biological implications of longevity in dairy cows: 1. Changes in feed intake, feeding behavior, and digestion with age. Journal of Dairy Science, 99(5):3457-3471.

Zeitz, J O; Ineichen, S; Soliva, C R; Leiber, F; Tschuor, A; Braun, Ueli; Kreuzer, M; Clauss, Marcus (2016). Variability in microbial population and fermentation traits at various sites within the forestomach and along the digestive tract as assessed in goats fed either grass or browse. Small Ruminant Research, 136:7-17.

Kohler, M; Leiber, F; Willems, H; Merbold, L; Liesegang, A (2013). Influence of altitude on vitamin D and bone metabolism of lactating sheep and goats. Journal of Animal Science, 9:5259-5268.

Liesegang, A; Hüttenmoser, D; Risteli, J; Leiber, F; Kreuzer, M; Wanner, M (2013). Influence of high-altitude grazing on bone metabolism of growing sheep. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 97(1):58-66.

Holy, E W; Forestier, M; Richter, E K; Akhmedov, A; Leiber, F; Camici, G G; Mocharla, P; Lüscher, T F; Beer, J H; Tanner, F C (2011). Dietary α-linolenic acid inhibits arterial thrombus formation, tissue factor expression, and platelet activation. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 31(8):1772-1180.

Kohler, M; Leiber, F; Wanner, M; Liesegang, A (2011). Are there any differences in bone metabolism of lactating sheep and goats kept on high altitude and lowland pastures. In: FAO CIHEAM, Institute of Technology and Life Sciences ITP, Poland, 25 May 2011 - 27 May 2011, 179-181.

Winnik, S; Lohmann, C; Richter, E K; Schäfer, N; Song, W L; Leiber, F; Mocharla, P; Hofmann, J; Klingenberg, R; Borén, J; Becher, B; Fitzgerald, G A; Lüscher, T F; Matter, C M; Beer, J H (2011). Dietary {alpha}-linolenic acid diminishes experimental atherogenesis and restricts T cell-driven inflammation. European Heart Journal, 32(20):2573-2584.

Winnik, S; Lohmann, C; Richter, E K; Schäfer, N; Song, W L; Leiber, F; Mocharla, P; Hofmann, J; Klingenberg, R; Borén, J; Becher, B; Fitzgerald, G A; Lüscher, T F; Matter, C M; Beer, J H (2011). Dietary α-linolenic acid diminishes experimental atherogenesis and restricts T cell-driven inflammation. European Heart Journal, 32(20):2573-2584.

Kohler, M; Leiber, F; Wanner, M; Liesegang, A (2011). Einfluss der Alpung auf den Vitamin D Metabolismus bei laktierenden Schafen und Ziegen. In: Kreuzer, M; Lanzini, T; Wanner, M; Bruckmaier, R; Guidon, D. Zukunftsträchtige Futtermittel und Zusatzstoffe. Zürich: ETH Zürich Institut für Pflanzen-, Tier- und Agrarökosystem-Wissenschaften, 137-140.

Leiber, F; Hochstrasser, R; Wettstein, H R; Kreuzer, M (2011). Feeding transition cows with oilseeds: Effects on fatty acid composition of adipose tissue, colostrum and milk. Livestock Science, 138(1-3):1-12.

Leiber, F; Meier, J S; Burger, B; Wettstein, H R; Kreuzer, M; Hatt, J M; Clauss, Marcus (2008). Significance of coprophagy for the fatty acid profile in body tissues of rabbits fed different diets. Lipids, 43(9):853-865.

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