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Monday, August 24, 2020
Dr. Claire Xu, Dr. Sumit Saxena and Dr. Kevin Liu, Adisseo Singapore
As described in Part I and Part II, good gut status starts from a clean and safe feed that is well controlled for microbial and oxidative deterioration, including inhibition of mould growth during storage, elimination of pathogens such as Salmonella in feed and water, prevention of oxidative deterioration in fat-rich r ...
Sunday, August 23, 2020
Usama Aftab, AB Vista Asia Pte Ltd. Singapore
The integration of exogenous phytase into the feed industry in the early 90's was driven by an increased demand to cap phosphorus excretion by intensive poultry and pig production. In the following years, the research interest in this field opened up new avenues, exploring the value of phytase beyond phosphorus.
Monday, August 24, 2020
I. Rychlik, Department of Immunology, Veterinary Research Institute, Czech Republic
Studies analyzing the composition of gut microbiota are quite common at present, mainly due to the rapid development of DNA sequencing technologies within the last decade. This is valid also for chickens and their gut microbiota. However, chickens represent a specific model for host–microbiota interactions since contac ...
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