Enteric Diseases in Cattle Technical Articles

Article published the December 16, 2016:
1. Introduction Clostridium perfringens is an anaerobic, spore-forming Gram-positive bacterium often found as a normal inhabitant of animal and human intestines [1–3]. However, by mechanisms and stimuli...
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Filip Van ImmerseelFreddy HaesebrouckRichard Ducatelle
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Article published the November 25, 2016:
  Introduction Cryptosporidiosis is a zoonotic protozoan disease that has a very broad and versatile geographic distribution including the Antarctic region [1]. Cryptosporidium is the causative agent and...
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Armagan Hayirli
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Article published the November 4, 2016:
Introduction Clostridium perfringens is a Gram-positive, spore-forming, anaerobic bacterium. It is a normal component of the intestinal microbiota of animals, including humans. It secretes several toxins and e...
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Filip Van ImmerseelFreddy HaesebrouckRichard Ducatelle
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Article published the September 12, 2016:
1. Introduction Brazil has a herd of 212 million head of cattle and 171 million hectares of pastures that produce approximately 96% of Brazilian beef. On the other hand, gastrointestinal nematodes are a seriou...
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Miguel Ángel Mercado Uriostegui
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Article published the August 3, 2016:
Coccidiosis is a disease caused by a microscopic animal or protozoa and is characterized by diarrhoea, unthriftiness and variable levels of mortality.  Tissue damage and changes in intestinal tract functio...
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Amit Goel
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Article published the July 5, 2016:
Many factors contribute to achieving an age at first calving of 24 months for heifers. John Fish from Vitfoss highlights the importance of calf health and mineral nutrition.   There’s been much dis...
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John Fish
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Article published the August 12, 2014:
There is a growing trend to find the best production rates in production animals, using the cross-breeding, nutritional supplementation, medication use, among other options. However, a trend that has started to...
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Luis Alfredo Chávez Balarezo
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Article published the July 2, 2013:
Introduction Tannins, polyphenolic compounds which occur naturally in the bark, leaves, seeds and roots of many plants 1. They encompass a wide range of molecular weights ranging from 500 to over 20,000 Dalto...
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Adele Costabile
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Article published the March 14, 2013:
Clostridium perfringens type D is responsible for producing microorganism enterotoxemia in sheep. The main toxins produced by the organism are the alpha and epsilon (E). E toxin being responsible for the pathog...
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Esteban Ernesto Guerra Guerra
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Article published the November 13, 2012:
1Herd Health and Animal Husbandry, UCD School Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland 2Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Regional Veterinary Laboratory, Coosan,...
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Ingrid Lorenz
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