Intestinal Health Technical Articles

Article published the June 21, 2017:
The gastrointestinal tract is confronted with a cornucopia of diverse chemicals, pathogens and physicochemical states that it must analyze and react to appropriately to optimize nutrition and to defen...
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David BravoJohn Furness
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Article published the June 1, 2017:
INTRODUCTION For many years, broiler intestinal health was supported by the widespread use of antimicrobial growth promoters (AGPs). These AGPs are antibiotic substances that were added to the feed at subther...
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Celine De MaesschalckFilip Van ImmerseelFreddy HaesebrouckKaren VermeulenRichard DucatelleVenessa Eeckhaut
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Article published the May 24, 2017:
Introduction It is well known that antibiotic growth promoters (AGP) can improve production performance in birds (1) although the exact mode of action is still not completely understood. According to (2), a ...
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Amanda WolfendenBilly HargisEduardo Alejandro VicuñaGuillermo TellezJuan LatorreLisa Bielke
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Article published the May 12, 2017:
Introduction The genus Brachyspira includes seven officially named and several unofficially named species of anaerobic spirochaetes that colonize the large intestine of mammals and birds [1]. The three most co...
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David John Hampson
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Article published the April 11, 2017:
Commercial laying hens health and production activity are continuously threatened, intensive breeding is becoming the most followed approach for many different type and size of companies. Therefore there is wor...
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Claudio Cabral
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Article published the March 1, 2017:
To ensure sustainable animal production, maintaining optimum gastrointestinal health and functionality is essential. A well-developed, balanced and diverse microbiome is the by far the best protection to enhanc...
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Haitham Yakout
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Article published the February 17, 2017:
INTRODUCTION Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an economically important disease of the poultry industry worldwide, and is mediated by Clostridium perfringens strains that produce necrotic enteritis toxin B-like (Net...
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Hyun Lillehoj
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Article published the February 10, 2017:
  Immunometabolism The interface of the immune system and metabolism is an emerging field of study. Relatively recently, immunity and metabolism were treated as distinct processes carried out by an organ...
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Michael H. Kogut
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Article published the January 20, 2017:
Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an important enteric disease in poultry, caused by the overgrowth of certain Clostridium perfringens strains, which evokes intestinal tissue damage. In its acute clinical form, the di...
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Daniel RamirezTim Goossens
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Article published the January 6, 2017:
Introduction Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an acute clostridial disease of economic importance to the poultry industry [1]. NE is caused by Clostridium perfringens, a Gram-positive, rod-shaped, spore-forming, an...
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Hyun Lillehoj
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