This member gave a presentation on June 20, 2017
At the following event:
Intestinal Health Workshop - NC State University
Article published the June 15, 2017
Article published the June 1, 2017
Necrotic enteritis (NE) and avian coccidiosis are among the most important infectious diseases in commercial poultry production, both resulting in field outbreaks with substantial mortality(1–4). The aetiological agent of NE is Clostridium perfringens, a Gram-positive, anaerobic, spore-forming bacterium that is transmitted by the faecal–oral route as well as through contaminated feed, ...
Article published the February 17, 2017
Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an economically important disease of the poultry industry worldwide, and is mediated by Clostridium perfringens strains that produce necrotic enteritis toxin B-like (NetB), a β-pore-forming toxin (Yan et al., 2013). NE was described in chicken for the first time by Parish in England in 1961 (Parish, 1961). The disease has been estimated to cost the wor ...
Article published the January 6, 2017
Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an acute clostridial disease of economic importance to the poultry industry . NE is caused by Clostridium perfringens, a Gram-positive, rod-shaped, spore-forming, and oxygen-tolerant anaerobe . C. perfringens is a normal component of the chicken gut microbiota and the alterations in the hostpathogen relationship that regulate the development of NE re ...
Article published the November 25, 2016
The chicken is an important animal for several reasons. In addition to being a major source of protein in the world, it is valuable to the understanding of genome evolution because of its relationship to mammals. The chicken genome sequence assembly was completed in 2004 with a six-fold whole genome shotgun (Sanger) coverage. It was the first avian genome to be sequenced  and, ther ...
News published on October 11, 2016
Pancosma will be participating at the 7th congress of the Colegio Latino Americano de Nutricion Animal, in Cancun, Mexico, from 10 - 14 October 2016. Dr. David Bravo, Pancosma’s Chief Innovation Officer, has been invited by the scientific committee of CLANA to chair a symposium entitled, ‘Non-nutrition, the future of animal nutrition.’ In February this year, Pancosma launched the ...
Article published the October 7, 2016
In view of rising concerns on the extensive use of antibiotics in animal production, there is an increasing interest for developing alternative disease control strategy to enhance animal health and to reduce the use of antimicrobials. One promising new possibility to achieve this goal is the use of natural foods and herbal products to enhance feed efficiency, gut health, and innate ...
Participation in Forum on October 3, 2016
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Participation in Forum on October 2, 2016
Registration for the 2nd Alternatives to Antibiotics is now open and abstracts are being accepted. There are space limit with the number of registration due to the space limitation at the OIE conference place. Early registration is thus recommended.