Article published the December 1, 2021
1. IntroductionIn recent years, a considerable attention to essential oils (EO) as nutraceuticals in livestock production has occurred, mainly as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) worldwide. Essential oils are derived from various plants as secondary metabolites with well-documented antibacterial , antiviral , antifungal , antioxidant , digestive stimulants , and ...
Article published the November 16, 2021
IntroductionClostridium septicum (CS) is a ubiquitous, spore-forming bacterium associated with spontaneous gas gangrene in both livestock and humans. The spores can persist in harsh environments, such as the gastrointestinal tract or tissue, and remain undetected for extended periods. When environmental conditions are appropriate for growth, the spores will germinate and proceed to proliferate. CS ...
Article published the November 2, 2021
INTRODUCTIONCoccidiosis presently proves to be a major and pressing protozoan disease in the poultry industry worldwide (Dalloul and Lillehoj, 2006). Coccidiosis is caused by a protozoan parasite from the genus Eimeria. The life cycle of coccidial parasites includes asexual and sexual replication stages and begins when a bird ingests sporulated oocysts from the environment, as described by Conway ...
This member gave a presentation on November 1, 2021
At the following event:
Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals 2021
Article published the August 24, 2021
INTRODUCTIONDistillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) are by-products obtained during production of biofuels as renewable energy sources. During starch fermentation from cereal grains, ethanol and CO2 are produced; meanwhile, the remaining nutrients are concentrated in the DDGS fraction (Singh et al., 2005). Corn is the main cereal used in ethanol production in the United States; however, other ...
This member gave a presentation on July 22, 2021
At the following event:
Virtual 2021 PSA Annual Meeting
Article published the July 20, 2021
1. IntroductionA previous study reported nontyphoidal Salmonella spp., Clostridium perfringens, Campylobacter spp., and Escherichia coli as some of the most important foodborne bacterial pathogens in the U.S. . Overall, health-related cost associated with the food borne illness from those pathogens was estimated to be around $51.0 and $77.7 billion based on a basic and enhanced model, respectiv ...
News published on March 10, 2021
• Welcome & Introduction (5min)
• Impact of mycotoxins on immune system: consequences on vaccination and disease outbreak (35min)Dr. Isabelle Oswald, Head of Research center in food toxicology, INRA, Toxalim, France
• Q&A (20min)
In order to favor interactions and the LIVE webinar, the replay will be available only at the end of the MycoI ...
Article published the March 3, 2021
INTRODUCTIONThe domestic chicken has been an essential animal model and constitutes a remarkable source of high-quality protein for humans (Stern, 2005). Within the last 60 years, genetics of the domestic chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) have been able to create a bird that reaches commercial body weight in 5 weeks (Burt, 2007). Unfortunately, with this astonishing genetic development, other dis ...
News published on February 16, 2021
MycoInfo Webinar Series by Adisseo
Adisseo is pleased to share with you the MycoInfos Webinar Series. Mycotoxins are an invisible threat – invisible to the human eye and hard to diagnose at the animal level. However, it is well-known that mycotoxins impact an animal in differet ways, and the performance of an animal is not the only concern. As a consequence, the amount of inventiveness, t ...