Immunometabolism: from concepts to applications in Animal Production
Published:June 11, 2019
Save the date! Pancosma is proud to confirm its presence at the next ASAS Annual Meeting in Texas, USA and to inform you about its Symposium on July 9th, 2019 afternoon.
During this day two abstracts will also be presented as follows:
Standardized phytomolecules improve foot and mouth disease vaccine response in grower pigs (oral presentation on Tuesday 11:00-11:15 am) J. le Cour Grandmaison, A. Blanchard, I. H. Kim
Effect of rumen protected capsaicin on DMI, ADG, and carcass characteristics in finishing beef cattle (poster) J.C. Eidsvik, J.J. McKinnon, D. Moya, A. Blanchard and G.B. Penner
Immunometabolism – emerging concepts and potential applications in livestock. Prof. B. Bradford, Kansas State University, USA.
The ability of an artificial sweetener (SUCRAM®) to influence microbial community structure in the rumen papillae and content through the production of microbial-based neurochemicals. Prof. M. Lyte, Iowa State University, USA.
Natural feed additives enhancing innate immunity: the gateway to sustainable animal health. Prof. J. Fink-Gremmels, Utrecht University, Netherlands.
Signaling pathway connecting immunity and glucose metabolism. Prof. G. Penner, Saskatchewan University, Canada.
Regulation of pathogen-specific immune function by dietary phytonutrients. Ass. Prof. A. Williams, Copenhagen University, Denmark.
Our team is looking forward to meeting you and your contacts there.