Metabolismo do cálcio em coelhos (Oryctolagus cuniculus): Revisão de Literatura

Lara Matos Rocha, Ana Karine Rocha de Melo Leite

Resumo


O cálcio é um mineral encontrado principalmente em ossos e dentes dos animais. Ele é responsável por diversas atividades como: contração muscular, coagulação sanguínea, permeabilidade seletiva das membranas celulares, atividades enzimáticas e liberação hormonal. O seu metabolismo é complexo e envolve a participação do paratormônio, calcitriol evitamnina D. Em coelhos, esse metabolismo é distinto dos demais mamíferos. Dessa forma, a presente revisão bibliográfica visa abordar as peculiaridades do metabolismo do cálcio que ocorre em coelhos.

Palavras-chave


cálcio, metabolismo, coelhos.

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