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Martha Pulido-Landinez (Mississippi State University) gave recommendations on how to deal with this disease, including identification of sources, during IPPE 2020 in Atlanta, USA.
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Everything you need to know in the book: Strategies to reduce Salmonella prevalence in the poultry industry  « Nothing is more precious than life » Salmonella contamination is one of the most important food safety issues when it comes to poultry production. Conventional chemical solutions have been shown to be effective; however, these solutions fail to meet the requireme ...
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Dr. Park, I would like to report that a study such as this proves that the reduction of protein in poultry feed may compromise its development by reducing, among other factors, the intake of glutamine., Regarding specific work, I understand that the difference the body weight of birds at 21 and 28 days was not maintained until 42 days, as stated. Note that the weight difference of birds at 28 days ...
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Gentlemen, just to add spice in the discussion we could also consider the microbiota as an important consumer of enzymes effects. Both phytases and carbohydrases will impact in the performance of established microbiota patterns, that seem to be specific to each production unit.
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Outbreaks of avian and swine influenza, as well as African swine fever in Asia, are forcing scientists to reevaluate and redirect their research towards a stronger strengthening of the immune system through nutrition. Immunonutrition is the study of the relationship between food and the immune system. It evolved with the study of immunodeficiencies caused by malnutrition, human immunodeficiency ...
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Read carefully my first comment above. You cannot supplement glutathione as such in poultry. It will NOT work. Instead, use its precursor supplements (NAC or whey protein)
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Glutathione in its reduced form (GSH) cannot be used to boost cellular/tissue levels of the anti-oxidant in living organisms, including poultry. The reason is that GSH in the extracellular environment is highly susceptible to oxidation to its oxidized (GSSG, and protein-bound or GS-protein) forms, and is biodegraded by gamma-glutamyl transferases particularly in those tisses with high activity of ...
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TEDI Glutathione is the most abundant thiol in animal cells, ranging from 0.5 to 10 mM. It is present both in the cytosol and the organelles. All animal cells are capable of synthesizing glutathione, glutathione synthesis in the liver has been shown to be essential.
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This explains why local or organic chicken on free range do not suffer from coccidioses despite the fact that the mucosal scrappings contain diverse stages of coccidial growth. It is a combination of genetics, graded or stair case cell mediated immunity that will make them attain hyper immunity status.This reduces susceptibility to zero. The graded or stair case immunity result from infection and ...
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Poultry maintenance against bacterial contamination is very difficult due to litter which contains multiple bacteria, fungi, etc., which are most dangerous. Many owners are not aware of all this .Day to day operation, using injudicious drugs leads to failure of immune systems and ill health both to bird and end user. Natural farming in open fields is the need of the hour.
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