Microbial metabolites and how they interact with the broiler gut wall to improve performance

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Date: Thursday, January 18, 2018
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Dr. Richard Ducatelle (Ghent University) talks about the microbiota of the chicken and the beneficial effects of some metabolites, during the 5th IHSIG Symposium on Poultry Intestinal Health in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Kurt Wegleitner Kurt Wegleitner
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Porsgrunn, Germany
January 22, 2018
very interesting presentation - it is worth to spend some time to watch it!
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January 22, 2018
Sir,
Thank you for sharing your findings.
Has this study been published? If yes can I please have link to the publication?
Saba
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Richard Ducatelle Richard Ducatelle
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
January 23, 2018
Saba Erum Amir Dear Dr Amir,
This study has not been published.
Kind regards,
Richard Ducatelle
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Pat Welch Pat Welch
BS = Microbiology, MS = Physiology (Microbiology
Novus International Novus International
Missouri, United States
January 26, 2018
Excellent overview of the function and cross-feeding aspect of gut microbial metabolites.I'm interested in the impact of exogenous organic acid applications on cross-feeding of gut microbes and how to optimize prebiotics, probiotics and organic acids to improve gut health and performance.
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Dr. ALTAF GOHAR Dr. ALTAF GOHAR
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
February 7, 2018
very interesting and informative.

Dr. Altaf Gohar
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February 24, 2018
Thanks for the informative and enriching presentation.
Is there any special reason for using XOS in the experiment? MOS is more commonly used. I wonder if it has more or less similar metabolic effects like XOS. There has been research showing the ability of MOS to agglutinate certain gram negative harmful bacteria. How would this affect the outcome?
As SCFAs (butyrate/propionate/succinate) are the end (beneficial) metabolites, would coated SCFAs exert similar effect (even partly)?
Khalil Bishawi
Animal nutritionist, Ph.D.
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