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Article published the July 10, 2019:

Phosphorus availability of rock phosphates as compared with feed-grade phosphates for swine

Introduction Animal diets based on corn and soybean meal are very deficient in available phosphorus (P) to the point that supplementation is necessary using sources of high P availability. Dicalcium phosphate ...
Author/s :
Aníbal de Sant'Anna MorettiLuiz W. O. Souza
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Article published the July 10, 2019:

Effect of dietary supplementation of xylanase on apparent ileal digestibility of nutrients, viscosity of digesta, and intestinal morphology of growing pigs fed corn and soybean meal based diet

1. Introduction Efforts to improve nutrient digestibility by the pigs can have effects on profitability of the pork industry (National Pork Board, 2012). Studies indicate that non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) ...
Author/s :
Adsos Adami Dos PassosPeter FerketSung Woo Kim
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Article published the July 10, 2019:

Dietary tributyrin, an HDAC inhibitor, promotes muscle growth through enhanced terminal differentiation of satellite cells

Introduction Postnatal muscle growth and repair rely on the ability of satellite cells, muscle-resident stem cells, to activate, proliferate, and fuse into growing myofibers (Seale et al. 2000; Dumont et al. 2...
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Chad H. Stahl
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Article published the July 2, 2019:

Plant bioactives to reduce post-weaning diarrhoea in piglets

Piglets face multiple challenges from the early stages of their life, actually since birth, a shocking experience in terms of temperature and change of environmental conditions. Besides that, piglets are born w...
Author/s :
Fleur Aarsse
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Article published the July 2, 2019:

Effect of substitution of corn for molasses in diet on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, blood characteristics, fecal noxious gas emission, and meat quality in finishing pigs

Introduction Molasses, a mixture of sucrose, glucose, fructose, minerals, pantothenic acid, etc., is derived from sugar-rich crops (beet, cane, blackstrap, etc.) and could be considered an alternative for cere...
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In Ho Kim
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Article published the July 2, 2019:

AH1N1 impact on the Mexican pork meat market

1. Introduction In April 2009, Edgar Hernández, a four year-old boy from La Gloria, El Perote in Veracruz, Mexico, was declared the first human infected with a new kind of virus that caused a type of pn...
Author/s :
Joana Chapa Cantu
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Article published the July 2, 2019:

Efficacy of a yeast additive to mitigate the effects of zearalenone-contaminated feed in gilts

Introduction Mycotoxins are toxic substances produced by some fungi that are widely present in feedstuffs. They are responsible for considerable losses and adverse effects on animal health and production (Haus...
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Águida Aparecida de OliveiraBruno Da Silva De Vasconcelos Danielle Fabião Gomes Moreira Leitão Kelly Moura KellerLuiz Antonio Moura KellerMarcos Aronovich
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Article published the June 25, 2019:

ImmunoWall®: Natural solution to control pathogens in the swine production

In these past years, the concept of food safety has become increasingly more evident in the food production, mainly when it is related with the export of products of animal origin, which is a huge challenge to ...
Author/s :
Liliana Longo BorgesMelina Aparecida Bonato
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Article published the June 19, 2019:

Mycotoxins Risk as a Management Tool in Swine Industry

Brazil occupies an important position in the world ranking of pork production, both as producer and exporter, behind only China, the European Union and the United States. Such growth is due to varied factors, s...
Author/s :
Adriano Olnei MallmannDenize tyska
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Article published the June 10, 2019:

Detection of antibodies against pathogens in feral and domestic pigs (Sus scrofa) at the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve, Mexico

  Introduction Globalization has played an important role in the dissemination of diseases because it allows the mobilization of people, animals and products from one place to another in a short time1. I...
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Rosalba Carreón
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