Monounsaturated (MUFA) and polyunsaturated (PUFA) fatty acids have anti-inflammatory mechanisms, functional mechanisms of the immune response, functional and protective mechanisms against the development of cancer. An important PUFA, such as role-3, is observed in modulating immune system functions and the severity of inflammatory disorders. The inclusion of rich in PUFAs in the diet of pigs improves the blood biochemical parameters of the animals. This is due to the fact that these fatty acids contain as much hypocholesterolemic effect in humans as in pigs. Simultaneously, the increase in PUFA production has been observed to increase to increase levels of their cholesterol receptors in the vesicles, increasing their elevation to high levels of increased levels in the blood serum. Being that it becomes fundamental as changes in the level of the need to make DNA and the relationship with average biochemical parameters in the blood serum for a better understanding of the biological involved with metabolic diseases. Thus, the aim of this study is to verify the effect of diets with percentage of soybean oil on the gene co-expression of soybean tissue in the growth and finishing phases and their combination of biochemical parameters of blood serum.
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