Pig Industry Technical Articles

Article published the 14 from October from 2016:
The A (H1N1) pdm09 influenza pandemic and, most recently, the A(H3N2) variant outbreak in several areas of the USA are examples of swine influenza viruses infecting humans. These cases highlight the need for re...
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Eduardo Lucio DecaniniJosé Iván Sanchez BetancourtRuben MerinoSocorro Magdalena Escorcia Martínez
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Article published the 14 from October from 2016:
Introduction Antimicrobial use in animal production has been monitored over the past two decades because of potential adverse effects on animal and human health related to antimicrobial resistance. A...
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John Morris Fairbrother
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Article published the 14 from October from 2016:
Introduction A delicate balance between antioxidants and prooxidants in cells is an important determinant of various physiological processes and maintenance of this balance is the main aim of so called an int...
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Peter Surai
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Article published the 7 from October from 2016:
INTRODUCTION Gas, odor, and particulate concentrations and emissions have been, and will continue to be, targeted components of livestock and poultry production systems. Local units of government (co...
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Steven Hoff
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Article published the 30 from September from 2016:
Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) is known to be a primary respiratory pathogen for swine inducing typical lung lesions. In Europe and in Italy subtypes H1N1, H3N2 and H1N2 are almost endemic in many pig producing ar...
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Giampietro Sandri
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Article published the 30 from September from 2016:
The South African pig industry is no different from other pig industry in the world with regard to sow lameness. More than 76% of the sows assessed for lesion scoring had a lesion in more than one claw, which i...
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Mashilo Phosa
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Article published the 27 from September from 2016:
INTRODUCTION The biogenic amines are biologically active compounds synthesized from amino acids. Feed-borne biogenic amines are most commonly synthesized by spoilage microorganisms and are usually considered t...
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Mireya Tapia SalazarTrevor Smith
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Article published the 19 from September from 2016:
Introduction Probiotic bacteria may exert a beneficial effect on the host’s health by steering immunological reactions in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. One example for a bacterial strain that is appli...
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Theo Niewold
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Article published the 16 from September from 2016:
The discovery of antibiotics in 1928 has led to a revolution in the field of medical and veterinary sciences. The use of antibiotics started and the practice is done till date with a large number and different ...
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Srijit Tripathi
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Article published the 9 from September from 2016:
  Introduction Deoxynivalenol (DON), also known as vomitoxin, is a mycotoxin commonly found in wheat, corn, and other cereal grains. During wet, cool periods of the growing season, Fusarium graminearum f...
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Bob GoodbandDr. Joel DeRoucheyH.L. FroboseMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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