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Article published the December 1, 2023
1. IntroductionThe application of antibiotics on poultry farms has been linked to the global emergence of multi-drug-resistant (MDR) bacteria in recent years (Benrabia et al., 2020; Kaonga et al., 2021). MDR bacteria can spread from food-producing animals to humans through direct contact with the food chain and the environment (Kirbis and Krizman, 2015). One-Health issues are still an im ...
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This member gave a presentation on October 17, 2023
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International Avian Influenza Summit 2023
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Alireza Talebi, we are just in the beginning, but if interested, will keep you posted by email,
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Dr. Guillermo Tellez-Isaias Thank you for your answer. I have no idea what is your research plan, but I am sure for practical success, your team must have experienced poultry veterinarian specialist in poultry health and diseases to understand how to deal with AIV in wildlife and poultry industry. A. Talebi DVM, MVM, Ph.D., 1 year postdoctoral fellowship (synthetic vaccine)
Article published the June 16, 2023
IntroductionModern broiler chickens are most certainly a most visible manifestation of genetic advancements. At hatch, a Cobb500 broiler weighs 42 grams. This newborn chick grows 31 % (55 g/bird) in just twenty-four hours. By day 35 of age, this chicken reaches a body weightof 2,521 grams, representing 5,902 % relative to hatching mass (Cobb-Vantres 500, 2022). Genetic selection, food, health, and ...
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Hi! Certain contaminants like heavy metals in phytogenic compounds definitely pose a risk to be used in chickens. I've used turmeric (in different forms) through feed & drinking water in chickens to effectively control certain bacterial infections.
Article published the March 1, 2023
IntroductionMicroorganisms constitute the largest fraction of biodiversity on Earth. Their functions are highly diverse, with fundamental roles to maintain chemical equilibria and cycles in their respective environments. It is, therefore, surprising that many humans consider all microorganisms as ”dangerous”, particularly when it comes to equating bacteria with pathogens (Musso et al., ...
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Article published the November 29, 2022
1. IntroductionThe permeability of the intestinal tract controls the uptake of nutrients and the transport of unwanted extracellular substances such as bacteria and xenobiotics, in addition to the non-digested substances. Therefore, gut health plays an essential role in the pathogenesis of various intestinal disorders. The permeability of the intestine is controlled by gut microbiota, digestive se ...
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Article published the October 12, 2022
In the past few years, the concept of “gut health” has established itself as a norm in the scientific literature and animal production. Although the term “gut health” is not specially well-defined, scientists are in agreement that it refers to the capacity of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) to carry out normal physiological processes and to maintain homeostasis, thereby en ...
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Ahmed Elkady, Marketing Director at ME VAC, spoke on the variety of vaccines that are being produced for different species, during VIV MEA 2018 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
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