Coccidiosis in Poultry Technical Articles


Article published the June 24, 2019:

Does selection for growth rate in broilers affect their resistance and tolerance to Eimeria maxima?

1. Introduction Genetic selection for production traits, to meet increased requirements for chicken meat, has been applied to broiler chickens at an unprecedented rate (Siegel, 2014; Tixier-Boichard et al., 20...
Author/s :
Damer BlakeIlias KyriazakisPanagiotis SakkasRichard Bailey
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Article published the January 30, 2019:

Characterization of novel microneme adhesive repeats (MAR) in Eimeria tenella

Background Seven species of the genus Eimeria (Apicomplexa, Coccidia) cause chicken coccidiosis, a disease with a huge economic impact in the poultry industry. Disease pathology is characterised by diarrhoea, ...
Author/s :
Fiona TomleyVirginia Marugan-Hernandez
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Article published the December 12, 2018:

Effect of Vitamin E Levels on the Cell-Mediated Immunity of Broilers Vaccinated Against Coccidiosis

INTRODUCTION In studies with birds which objective is to evaluate the immune responses and in which nutrients are manipulated to enhance bird immunity, not only performance responses are used. As the immune sy...
Author/s :
Andrea Machado Leal RibeiroIsabel Cristina Mello da Silva
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Article published the October 17, 2018:

Phytogenic approach to safeguard the birds from coccidiosis

“There is a global loss of about 2.4 billion US dollars in poultry industry alone due to coccidian infections”.  Each year, over 50 billion chickens are raised as a source of meat, accountin...
Author/s :
Dr. Amit Kumar Pandey
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Article published the October 4, 2018:

Dietary supplementation of mannan-oligosaccharide enhances neonatal immune responses in chickens during natural exposure to Eimeria spp

Background Control and eradication of intestinal infections caused by protozoa are important biotechnological and medical challenges worldwide. The coccidial parasites Eimeria, Toxoplasma, Neospora and Cryptos...
Author/s :
Carlos Lopez CoelloErnesto Avila GonzalezGabriela GomezGerardo Nava Morales
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Article published the June 15, 2017:

Performance and anticoccidial effects of nicarbazin-fed broilers reared at standard or reduced environmental temperatures

Author/s :
Emily KimminauGene PestiKen Bafundo Manuel Costa
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Article published the June 1, 2017:

Dietary supplementation of young broiler chickens with Capsicum and turmeric oleoresins increases resistance to necrotic enteritis

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 aeti...
Author/s :
David BravoHyun Lillehoj
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Article published the February 14, 2017:

Zootechnical and Economical Evaluation of the Use of a Live Anticoccidial Vaccine in Rotation with Anticoccidial Products in Broiler Chickens: Results of a Set of Field Trials from Belgium and The Netherland

Introduction In industrial poultry production, designing a preventive program for controlling coccidiosis is one of the most important decisions, in order to safeguard or improve zootechnical and financial res...
Author/s :
Hilde Van MeirhaegheJesús RubioMaarten De GussemMartina Dardi
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Article published the August 1, 2016:

Sensitivity of Eimeria Field Isolates in the United States: Responses of Nicarbazin-Containing Anticoccidials

This article was originally published in Poultry Science (2008) 87 (9): 1760-1767. INTRODUCTION Nicarbazin (NIC) remains one of the most widely recognized anticoccidial products used by the broiler industry w...
Author/s :
Ken Bafundo
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Article published the June 29, 2016:

Coccidiosis in Broiler Breeders, Broilers & Layers

How strategy for Coccidiosis control in broiler breeders is different from that in broilers It is important to point out that the objectives for managing coccidia in the breeder pullets are substantially diffe...
Author/s :
Amit Goel
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