Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals
Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals

Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals

November 14, 2016 to November 16, 2016
United States

Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals on November 14-16 in St. Louis

Date of publication : 9/30/2016
Source : www.guthealthsymposium.com
A three-day symposium titled Gut Health in Production of Food Animals will be held November 14–16, 2016, in St. Louis, Missouri. The aim of this meeting is to discuss the role of good health in animal production and the dynamic and essential role the gut plays in it.
 
The symposium will include all species in animal agriculture and cover different aspects of the gut and important factors in gut health maintenance and disease. It will also provide a platform to present the latest research findings, from the fundamental aspects of defining and measuring gut health to the complex and interactive roles of the intestinal microbiota, intestinal epithelium, immune cells, and nutrition in modern animal production.
 
This event offers an opportunity to engage in scientific discussions and exchange opinions with university, government, and industry researchers.
 
 
PROGRAM
 
Monday, November 14
 
Hot Breakfast Buffet: Salon D
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
 
Nutrition and gut health
Session 1: Nutrition and Gut Health
Chair: Mike Kogut, USDA-ARS
Salons A, B, & C
 
8:00 AM Functional Properties of Dietary Complex Carbohydrates and Minerals as Modulators of Gut Microbiota and Digestive Physiology in Pigs.
Barbara Metzler-Zebeli*, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria.
 
9:00 AM Effect of zinc oxide sources and dosages on intestinal coliform counts and gut integrity of weaned piglets.
Joris Michiels*1, Noémie Van Noten1, Jeroen Degroote1, Wei Wang1, and Agathe Romeo2 / 1 Ghent University, Belgium; 2 ANIMINE, France.
 
9:30 AM Effect of exogenous nucleotide supplementation on gut health and cytokine profile of newly weaned piglets fed a high-soybean meal diet.
C. Camacho*1, A Garcia2, S Solorio2, and T.G. Kiros2 / 1 Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Medicas y Nutrición Salvador Zubiran (INCMNSZ), Mexico; 2 Phileo-Lesaffre Animal Care, France.
 
10:00 AM Coffee Break.
 
10:30 AM Type B trichothecene mycotoxins in US feed and corns samples from 2014 to 2016.
E.G. Hendel*1, T. Jenkins2, S.M. Mendoza1, and G. R. Murugesan1 / 1 BIOMIN America, USA; 2 BIOMIN Holding GmbH, Austria.
 
11:00 AM Nutritional Rehabilitation responses in two genetic lines of chickens.
M.F. A. Baxter*1, J.D. Latorre1, N. Anthony1, S Dridi1, D.A. Koltes1, S.C. Ricke1, S. Park1, E.S.Greene1, R. Merino3, S. Bickler2, B.M. Hargis1, and G. Tellez1 / 1 University of Arkansas, USA; 2 University of California,USA; 3 Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México.
 
11:30 AM The use of gut health additive as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters in broiler production.
K Hogan1, S Webster1, and P.J. Roubos-van den Hil*2 / 1 Trouw Nutrition USA, USA; 2 Trouw Nutrition R&D, The Netherlands.
 
12:00 PM Lunch (provided): Salon D.
 
1:00 PM Poster Session: Grand Foyer.
 
Nutrition and gut health 
Session 2: Nutrition and Gut Health
Chair: Ryan Arsenault, University of Delaware
Salons A, B, & C
 
3:00 PM Nutrition 2.0–Diet components at the gut/microbe interface.
B. J. Bradford* and S. E. Gragg, Kansas State University, USA.
 
4:00 PM Managing necrotic enteritis in antibiotic-free production.
CM Pender* and GR Murugesan, Biomin America Inc., USA.
 
4:30 PM EAAT3 regulates proliferation of porcine intestinal epithelial cells through the mammalian target of rapamycin pathway.
M. Zhu*, J. L. Ye, C. Q. Gao, X. G. Li, W. G. Sui, H. C. Yan, and X. Q. Wang, College of Animal
Science, South China Agricultural University / National Engineering Research Center for Breeding Swine Industry, P. R. China.
 
5:00 PM Biomarkers of gut health in farm animals.
Pietro Celi*1,4, Aaron Cowieson2, Anna-Maria Kluenter2, Fidelis Fru-Nji2, and Viviane Verlhac3 / 1 DSM Nutritional Products, Animal Nutrition and Health, USA; 2 DSM Nutritional Products, Animal Nutrition and Health, Switzerland; 3 DSM Nutritional Products, Animal Nutrition and Health, France; 4 Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Melbourne, Australia.
 
6:00 PM Transient and persistent grain-rich feeding affects differently the ruminal absorption and endotoxin concentration, but not the permeability of the ruminal wall in cattle.
Qumar Muhammad1, Ratchaneewan Khiaosa-Ard1, Fenja Klevenhusen2, Joerg Aschenbach1, and Qendrim Zebeli*1 / 1 University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria; 2 Freie University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
 
Reception
Salon D
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
 
 
Tuesday, November 15
 
Hot Breakfast Buffet: Salon D
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
 
Beneficial physiological effects of gut health
Session 3: Beneficial Microbes and Gut Health
Chair: Mike Kogut, USDA-ARS
Salons A, B, & C
 
8:00 AM P. Ferket.
Cultivating the Enteric Ecosystem to Resist Enteric Pathogens and Maintain Gut Health in Poultry.
 
9:00 AM Colonization of M. elsdenii in the digestive tract of young calves and its effect on volatile fatty acids in dairy calves after an oral dose.
MC Muya*1,2, LJ Erasmus2, FV Nherera1, and PM Moshidi1 / 1 Agricultural Research Council, South Africa; 2 University of Pretoria, South Africa.
 
9:30 AM Bacillus subtilis improves performance of broilers fed medicated or non-medicated feed.
L Rhayat1, V Jacquier1, P.A. Geraert1, E Devillard1, and A Ghane*2 / 1 Adisseo France SAS, France; 2 Adisseo USA Inc., USA.
 
10:00 AM Coffee Break.
 
10:30 AM What can we learn from the small intestinal mucosal glutathione redox status during the weaning transition of piglets?
J Degroote*1, H Vergauwen2, W Wang1, N Van Noten1, C Van Ginneken2, S De Smet1, and J Michiels1 / 1 Ghent University, Belgium; 2 University of Antwerp, Belgium.
 
11:00 AM Ecology of broiler cecal bacteria following Clostridium perfringens infection and effects of supplemental bacitracin or Avi-Lution?
L. A. Krueger*1, D. A. Spangler1, A. M. Temple1, C. A. Johnson1, D. R. Vandermyde1, M. D. Sims2, and G. A. Ayangbile1 / 1 Agri-King, Inc., USA; 2 Virginia Diversified Research Corp., USA.
 
11:30 AM Influence of maternal microbial communities on the intestinal mucosal microbiome of the neonatal pig.
N. Maradiaga*1, M. Zeineldin1,2, J. Lowe1, and B. Aldridge1 / 1 University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA; 2 Benha University, Egypt.
 
12:00 PM Lunch (provided): Salon D.
 
Development/diversity of the microbiome
Session 4: Development and Diversity of the Microbiome
Chair: Ryan Arsenault, University of Delaware
Salons A, B, & C
 
1:30 PM Metatranscriptomic profiling of rumen microbiomes in beef cattle with different feed efficiency.
F. Li* and L. L. Guan, Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science, University of Alberta, Canada.
 
2:00 PM 16S Characterization of Chicken Cecal Microbiome during Long-Term Heat Stress.
J Hsieh*1, N Barrett2, T Looft3, M Persia2, C Schmidt4, and S Lamont1 / 1 Iowa State University, USA; 2 Virginia Polytechnic and State University, USA; 3 National Animal Disease Center, USA; 4 University of Delaware, USA.
 
2:30 PM Bacitracin modulates metabolomic profiles in turkey cecal microbiomes.
T Looft*1, T Johnson1, L Chandra1, and M Sylte1 / 1 USDA-ARS-NADC, USA.
 
3:00 PM Characterizing intestinal epithelial and immunological gene expression in healthy calves.
K Wade*, E Bichi, J Lowe, and B Aldridge, Integrated Food Animal Medicine Systems, College of
Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois, USA.
 
3:30 PM Coffee Break.
 
4:00 PM Effect of in ovo Gram negative bacterial inoculation on microbial profiles of chicks.
K.M. Wilson*1, W.R. Briggs1, A.F. Duff1, K.D. Teague2, L.E. Graham2, and L.R. Bielke1, 1The Ohio State University-OARDC, USA; 2 University of Arkansas, USA.
 
4:30 PM Bmi1 or Lgr5 promote proliferation of porcine intestinal epithelial cells by activating Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway.
X. G. Li*, R. Q. Chen, C. Q. Gao, M. X. Chen, H. C. Yan, and X. Q. Wang, College of Animal Science, South China Agricultural University/ National Engineering Research Center for Breeding Swine Industry, P. R. China.
 
5:00 PM Effect of antibiotics, Diamond V Original XPCTM and Lactobacillus plantarum on broiler
performance.
S. Rasulzade1, S. Rahimi*1, and K. Akbari2 / 1 Tarbiat Modares University, Iran; 2 Department of Molecular Genetics, National Institute of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (NIGEB), Iran.
 
5:30 PM Expression of toll-like receptors and inflammatory cytokines in gut-associated lymphoid tissues in pigs subjected to cross-fostering.
N. Maradiaga*1, A. Pineda2, M. Zeineldin1,2, J. Lowe1, and B. Aldridge1 / 1 Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; 2 Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; 3 Benha University, Egypt.
 
6:00 PM Synergistic induction of chicken host defense peptide gene expression by sugars and butyrate.
G Zhang*, L.-A. Fong, and L.T. Sunkara, Department of Animal Science, Oklahoma State University, USA.
 
Reception
Salon D
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
 
 
Wednesday, November 16
 
Hot Breakfast Buffet: Salon D
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
 
Impact of gut microbial communities on gut health
Session 5: Impact of Gut Mucosal Communities
Chair: Mike Kogut, USDA-ARS
Salons A, B, & C
 
8:00 AM Microbiome analysis reveals temperate dietary protein restriction improves the composition and metabolism of gut microbiota in adult pig model.
Xi Ma*, China Agricultural University, China.
 
8:30 AM Microbiota development in young animals will affect health and performance in later life.
P Roubos-van den Hil*, M Davids, and C Smits, Trouw Nutrition R&D, The Netherlands.
 
9:00 AM In vitro and in vivo antimicrobial activity of cinnamaldehyde and chemical derivatives against the pig gut microbiota.
J Michiels*, J Degroote, A Ovyn, and S De Smet, Ghent University, Belgium.
 
9:30 AM Bacillus subtilis 29784 contributes to control the effect of Clostridium perfringens on broiler performance.
L Rhayat1, G Mathis4, C Hofacre3, V Jacquier1, P.A. Geraert1, E Devillard1, and A Ghane*2 / 1 Adisseo France SAS, France; 2 Adisseo USA Inc., USA; 3 University of GA Veterinary Medicine, USA; 4 Southern Poultry Research, USA.
 
10:00 AM Effects of coccidial vaccination, supplemental dietary protease and vitamin C on intestinal barrier and immune parameters.
Stephanie Hutsko*1, Michael Lilburn1, Aaron Cowieson2, and Macdonald Wick1 / 1 The Ohio State University, USA; 2 DSM Nutritional Products, Belfast, UK.
 
10:30 AM ABF poultry anticoccidial strategies and assessment tools: The current situation in the US.
J Schleifer* and T Lohrmann, Quality Technology International, USA.
 
11:00 AM A non-invasive technique to evaluate transcriptional changes in the GI tract of neonatal dairy calves undergoing a mild diarrhea.
F. Rosa*1, S. Busato2, F.C. Avaroma2, M. Bionaz1, and J.S. Osorio3 / 1 Oregon State University, USA; 2 Escuela Agricola Panamericana El Zamorano, Honduras; 3 South Dakota State University, USA.
 
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