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Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Dr. Marcio Ceccantini; Dr. Kevin Liu; Dr. Claire Xu
As described in Part I, animal gut health is a symbiotic relationship, among feed quality, gut function and microbiota, includingfeed digestion, mucosal and barrier function, immune response and redox balance as proposed by van de Gutchte et al. (2018) for healthy, pre-disease and disease states.
Monday, August 3, 2020
Christian Lückstädt, ADDCON
It is generally agreed that good gut health is effective against intestinal pathogens and is the cornerstone to competitive poultry production, especially in broilers, where treating intestinal borne pathogens is too time consuming to be considered cost-effective.
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Nor-Feed
Also called Porcine Proliferative Enteropathy (PPE), ileitis is an infectious enteric disease. Its prevalence has getting very high in Europe and in Asia, reaching over 90% of the farms. The disease is characterized by thickening of the mucosa of the intestine due to hyperplasia of the crypt enterocytes and happens wit ...
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