Pig Industry Technical Articles

Article published the February 22, 2018:
1.  Introduction Morphine and other opioid receptor agonists alter systemic innate and adaptive immune responses and increase host susceptibility to infection [1]. For example, impairments in neutrop...
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David R. Brown, PhD
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Article published the February 22, 2018:
Introduction The use of standardized ileal digestible (SID) AA has become a standard approach in diet formulation as it helps to accurately meet a pig’s requirement, and enhance the ingredient utilizatio...
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Aaron JonesBob GoodbandCarine VierDr. Joel DeRoucheyJason WoodworthJon De JongMárcio GonçalvesMike Tokach Steve Dritz
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Article published the February 15, 2018:
Introduction Lactogenesis is induced hormonally by a dramatic drop of progesterone (P4) concentrations which leads to a pre-partum peak of prolactin (PRL). In sows, impaired production of colostrum has been fo...
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Olli PeltoniemiShah Hasan
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Article published the February 5, 2018:
Introduction Lactobacillus reuteri is a host-specific intestinal symbiont of humans and vertebrate animals (Walter, 2008; Frese et al., 2011). L. reuteri is commercially applied in cereal fermentations (Brandt...
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Michael GänzleRuurd T. Zijlstra
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Article published the January 24, 2018:
  1. Introduction Among various metabolic pathways present in the organism, the metabolism of sulfur- (S) methionine and its seleno- (Se) analogous (Se-methionine) are particularly important because they...
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Danyel Bueno Dalto
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Article published the January 4, 2018:
Background After pigs are weaned from their dams, morphological and functional changes occur in their small intestine. Pluske et al. [1] reported decreased villi height and increased crypt dept. Because newly-...
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Eduardo NogueiraJack OdleJames Usry, Ph.D.Marianne KutschenkoRafael Cabrera
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Article published the December 22, 2017:
Porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED), caused by a member of the genus Alphacoronavirus (1–3), was first identified in England in 1971 and later in other countries, such as Belgium, China, Hungary, Italy, ...
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Darin Madsonhai hoangKyoungjin YoonPaulo Arruda
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Article published the December 14, 2017:
Introduction The United States swine industry has suffered dramatic losses following the emergence of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) in May 2013. The virus is a highly contagious and deadly coronavirus...
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Anne HussCharles StarkJason WoodworthSteve Dritz
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Article published the December 6, 2017:
Introduction Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) are a diverse group of pathogens that are characterized by the ability to colonize the small intestine while producing enterotoxins, which induce severe sec...
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Dr. Eric CoxTheo Niewold
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Article published the December 1, 2017:
1. Introduction Transport is an essential and critical factor in modern pork production. During transport, pigs experience many undesirable factors and potential weather extremes. Factors that impact the ...
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Richard GatesYijie Xiong
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