Article published the January 4, 2022
The villi of the intestinal mucosa are lined by a single layer of columnar cells, comprising enterocytes, goblet and enteroendocrine cells, and various types of immune cells, each with a distinct function. Chicken gut mucosa is exposed to an enormous number of feed antigens, and pathogenic bacteria that often impair the intestinal barrier function. Ultrastructural examination of enterocytes, their ...
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Article published the April 26, 2021
I. INTRODUCTIONThe first Australian Poultry Science Symposium (APSS) occurred in February 1989 and has continued annually at that time, since then. Until 2016, APSS was held at the University of Sydney but is now held in a prestigious Sydney hotel. This year, 2019 marks the 30th occasion on which APSS has been held but it is 31 years since the inaugural meeting. The discrepancy occurs because the ...
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Article published the December 30, 2011
Insulin resistance in horses is a complex pathophysiological condition that appears to underlie several chronic conditions often encompassed by the term "equine metabolic syndrome", including laminitis, obesity and hyperkalemic periodic paralysis (Geor and Frank, 2009). There is much interest in the effect of insulin on bone metabolism, as the skeleton is increasingly regarded as an endocrine orga ...
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Article published the December 22, 2011
Insulin resistance is becoming more prevalent among horses worldwide and is associated with a range of metabolic disturbances (Geor and Frank, 2009). Nutrition has a major impact on insulin kinetics and metabolism (Schmidt and Hickey, 2009), but most research has concentrated on the effect of dietary carbohydrate on insulin metabolism and much less emphasis has been placed on the effects of dietar ...
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Article published the May 11, 2011
Equine Amnionitis and Foetal Loss (EAFL) was first described in 2004 following an outbreak of abortions in mares that had an unusual and consistent pattern of clinical and pathological signs. Examination of reports for all equine abortion cases that involved submission of diagnostic material to the Scone Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory between March and October 2004 indicated that EAFL was the mo ...
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Location:Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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