Antimicrobials in Poultry Technical Articles

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Article published the September 8, 2021:

Comparative Efficacy of Fortified Growth Promoters in Broilers

During COVID19 pandemic period, people all over the globe have understood the importance of protein consumption to boost up their immunity. Chicken meat and eggs provide a rich source of protein and known for ...
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Ajay Chalikwar
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Article published the September 8, 2021:

Antimicrobial peptides as an alternative to relieve antimicrobial growth promoters in poultry

Introduction Poultry producers attempt to control infectious diseases through a variety of means, including appropriate farm management practices and breeding genetically resistant lines (Sartika et al. 2011; ...
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Juan C. Rodriguez-lecompteSantiago Uribe Diaz
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Article published the August 26, 2021:

Non-antibiotic Strategies to Reduce Inflammation in Poultry

Introduction The immune system of poultry is typically divided into innate responses and adaptive responses, and reviews of the avian immune system can be found elsewhere (Korver, 2012; Kogut, et al.,&nbs...
Author/s :
Doug Korver
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Article published the August 23, 2021:

Growth promoter in broiler and pig production

Introduction Antimicrobial additives have been used since the 1950s and are an important alternative to allow adequate productivity for animals raised under increasingly intensive conditions. As a consequence ...
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Andréa Machado Leal RibeiroKátia Maria CardinalPaula gabriela da Silva Pires
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Article published the July 12, 2021:

Genetic relatedness of multidrug resistant Escherichia coli isolated from humans, chickens and poultry environments

Background Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), is one of the biggest threats to food safety and considered a One-Health issue with the potential of spreading to other countries since resistant pathogens do not rec...
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Mabel Aworh
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Article published the May 18, 2021:

Antimicrobial Stewardship – The Path to Least Resistance

I. INTRODUCTION Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is considered one of the biggest threats to human and animal health today (Australian Government, 2015; O’Neill 2016) and all users of antimicrobial agents ...
Author/s :
Darren TrottStephen W. Page
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Article published the May 18, 2021:

From optimized intestinal functions to excellent performance of poultry

Thanks to our excellent speakers Prof. Dr. Richard Ducatelle from Ghent University and Dr. Juha Apajalahti from Research Centre Alimetrics the webinar organized on the 20th of April has proved a success. We&...
Author/s :
Dr Juha ApajalahtiJyrki HeinimoRichard DucatelleVadim Chupasov
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Article published the April 28, 2021:

Efficacy of a Micro-Encapsulated Phytogenic Product Based on Carvacrol, Cinnamaldehyde, Capsaicin and Cineol in Diets for Broiler and Laying Hens – Improvements in a Dose Dependent Manner Without Compromising Safety

Author/s :
Henning GerstenkornProf. Jürgen Zentek
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Article published the April 27, 2021:

Organic Acids and Essential Oils Combined with an Antibiotic Growth Promoter to Improve Gut Health and Nutrient Digestibility in Challenged Broiler Chickens

There is increasing pressure for the use of antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) in poultry diets to be discontinued or reduced. In this context, the search for natural additives such as organic acids (OA) and es...
Author/s :
Antonio KraieskiDerek DetzlerElizabeth SantinMariana Lemos de Moraes
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Article published the April 13, 2021:

Performance and Molecular Identification of Bacteria Isolated from The Gut of Broiler Birds After Antibiotic Administration and Enzyme Supplementation

INTRODUCTION Supplementing poultry feed with specific enzymes improves the nutritional value of feed ingredients by increasing the efficiency of digestion and nutrient uptake. These enzymes help to increase ...
Author/s :
Elijah I. OhimainRuth Tariebi Seimiekumo Ofongo
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