1- Andrews A.H., Laven R. and Maisey G. (1991) Treatment and control of an outbreak of lipidosis in a large dairy herd. Veterinary.Record, 129:216-219.
2- Carr T.R., Allien D.M. and Phar P.A. (1973) Effect of preslaughter fasting on some chemical properties of buffalo muscle and liver. Journal of Animal Science, 36:923-926.
3- Drackley J.K., Veenhuizen J.J., Richard M.J. and Young J.W. (1991) Metabolic changes in dairy cows with ketonemia in response to feed restriction and dietary 1,3-butanediol. Journal Dairy Science, 75:1622-1634.
4- Dunkelberg J.C., Feranchak A.P. and Fitz J.G. (2001) Liver cell volume regulation: size matters. Hepatology, 33:1349-1352.
5- Gaal T., Reports,C.J.and Reid I.M. (1983) Blood composition and liver fat in postparturient dairy cows.Veterinary Record, 113:53-54.
6- Gabryszuk M., Czauderna M., Baranowski A., Strzałkowska N., Jóźwik A., and Krzyzewski J. (2007) The effect of diet supplementation with Se, Zn and vitamin E on cholesterol, CLA and fatty acid contents of meat and liver of lambs. Animal Science Papers and Reports, 25: 25-33.
7- Gerloff B.G., Herdt T.H. and Emery R.S . (1980) Relationship of hepatic lipidosis to health and performance in dairy cattle. Journal of American Veterinary Medicine Association, 188: 845-850.
8- Gruffat D., Durand D., Chilliard Y., Williams P., Bauchart D. (1997) Hepatic gene expression of apolipoprotein B100 during early lactation in underfed, high producing dairy cows. Journal Dairy Science, 80:657-666.
9- Haussinger D. (1996) Regulation and functional significance of liver cell volume. Prognosis Liver Diseases, 14:29-53.
10- Husvéth F., Galamb E. Gaál T., Dublecz K., Wágner L., Pál L. (2010) Milk production, milk composition, liver lipid contents and C18 fatty acid composition of milk and liver lipids in Awassi ewes fed a diet supplemented with protected cis-9, trans-11 and trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) isomers. Small Ruminant Research, In Press.
11- Johannsen U., Furll M . and Schafer M. (1991) Studies of the lipid content and function of the liver in buffalo in relation to stage of lactation. Monat. Fur. Veterinar, 46:670-674.
12- Johnson E.H., Al-Habsi K., Kaplan E., Srikandakumar A., Kadim I.T., Annamalai K., Al-Busaidy R. and Mahgoub O. (2002)Caprine hepatic lipidosis induced through the intake of low levels of dietary cobalt.. Archive.Fur. Exper. Veterinar., 42:118-134.
13- Jorritsma R., Jorritsma H., Schukken Y.H., Bartlett P.C., Wensing T. and Wentink G.H. (2001) Prevalence and indicators of postpartum fatty infiltration of the liver in nine commercial dairy herds in The Netherlands. Livestock Production Science, 68:53-60.
14- Lawrie R. (1981) Developments in meat science. Journal of Meat Science, 45: 299-304.
15- Marteniuk J.V., Herdt T.H. (1988) Pregnancy toxemia and ketosis of ewes and does, Veterinary Clininic of North America Food Animal Practice, 4: 307-315.
16- Mustafa F.A. (1988) Moisture, fat, and cholesterol content of some raw, baebecued and cooked organ meats of beef and mutton. Journal of Food Science, 53: 270-271.
17-Park Y.W., Kouassi M.A. and Chin K.B. (1991) Moisture, total fat and cholesterol in goat organ and muscle meat. Journal of Food Science, 56:1191-1193.
18- Radostits O.M., Gay C.C.; Blood D.C. and Hinchcliff K.W. (2007) Veterinary Medicine. 10th Edn. WB Saunders, Great Britain, PP: 875-81.
19- Roberts C.J. and Reid I.M. (1993) Fat cow syndrome and subclinical fatty liver. In: Howard, J.L., Braun, W., Spire, M.F. Current Veterinary Therapy. 3rd Edn, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, Co.315-317.
20- Rosendo O. (2003) Supplemental biotin effects on performance and dynamics of fat mobilization and on in vitro fiber digestion using periparturient Holstein cows. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
21- Rukkwamsuk T., Kruip T. and Meijer G. (1999) Cows with fatty liver induced by intake of a high energy diet in the dry period. Journal Dairy Science, 82:280-287.
22- Suresh S.K., Mendiretta N., Kondaiah M.C. and Anjaneyulu A.S.R. (2004) Physicochemical, functional and microbiological quality of buffalo liver. Journal of Meat Science, 68: 79-86.
23- West H.J. (1996) Maternal undernutrition during late pregnancy in sheep. Its relationship to maternal condition, gestation length, hepatic physiology and glucose metabolism. British Journal of Nutrition, 75: 593-605.
24- Zerbe H. Schneider N. and Leibold W. (2000) Altered functional and immunophenotypical properties of neutrophilic granulocytes in postpartum cows associated with fatty liver. Theriogenology, 54: 771-786