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Article published the September 2, 2019:

Whole genome analysis reveals the diversity and evolutionary relationships between necrotic enteritis-causing strains of Clostridium perfringens

Background Clostridium perfringens is a bacterial pathogen that causes a wide variety of diseases ranging from gas gangrene and food poisoning in humans to necrotic enteritis in chickens [1]. Aside from host f...
Author/s :
Julian RoodProfessor Robert Moore
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Article published the August 26, 2019:

Effect of Dietary Antimicrobials on Immune Status in Broiler Chickens

INTRODUCTION The intestinal microbiome shapes the gut immune system. In rodents, for example, intestinal colonization by Bifidobacterium infantis or Faecalibacterium prausnitzii stimulates the development of F...
Author/s :
Daniel BautistaGregory SiragusaHyun Lillehoj
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Article published the August 5, 2019:

Decreasing Medicated Feed Additives and Improving Gut Health in Different Species with Microencapsulation

Introduction Since the mid-20th century, the livestock and poultry industries have seen advances in several areas including nutrition, genetics, engineering, veterinary medicine, and management, all of which ...
Author/s :
L. Wayne GreeneWinston Samuels
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Article published the July 30, 2019:

Effect of Bacillus subtilis DSM 32315 on the intestinal structural integrity and growth performance of broiler chickens under necrotic enteritis challenge

ABSTRACT The effect of dietary inclusion of Bacillus subtilis DSM 32315 on the intestinal health and growth performance of Cobb 500 male broilers subjected to a Clostridium perfringens-induced necrotic enterit...
Author/s :
Bayo SokaleGreg MathisKiran DoranalliRose Whelan
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Article published the June 25, 2019:

Coccidiosis and necrotic enteritis: Prevention is the best option

Necrotic enteritis is widely common and economically significant. It is caused by the proliferation of the Clostridium perfringens bacterium, associated and triggered by protozoans of the Eimeria genus, which...
Author/s :
Liliana Longo BorgesMelina Aparecida Bonato
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Article published the June 25, 2019:

The relationship between intestinal microbiota and the innate immune system: The role of the yeast cell wall in this process

For a few years, we have been receiving advice from international health organizations about the use of antibiotics in the animal production industry. The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that a lack of e...
Author/s :
Liliana Longo BorgesMelina Aparecida Bonato
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Article published the April 4, 2019:

Effects of humic acids on recovery of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis

Humic acids (HA) are a principal component of humic substances in organic constituents of soil, compost and coal; however, HA are also an important organic component in streams, lakes, and oceans (Lehmann and K...
Author/s :
Billy HargisGuillermo TellezJesus MagueyJuan LatorreMikayla Francis Ann BaxterRuben MerinoXochitl Hernandez
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Article published the January 30, 2019:

In ovo vaccination using Eimeria profilin and Clostridium perfringens NetB proteins in Montanide IMS adjuvant increases protective immunity against experimentally-induced necrotic enteritis

Introduction Necrotic enteritis (NE) is one of the most important enteric infectious diseases affecting global poultry production with an estimated annual economic loss of more than $2 billion, largely attribu...
Author/s :
Alfredo PanebraHyun Lillehojsungtaek oh
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Article published the October 3, 2018:

Yeast cell wall and the innate immune system response

Poultry production systems are highly challenging. They are affected by environmental factors like temperature, ventilation, population density and other stressing agents (Rocha et al., 2014). Additionally, pat...
Author/s :
Liliana Longo BorgesMelina Aparecida Bonato
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Article published the May 28, 2018:

Heat stress: underlying mechanism and mitigation by yeast paraprobiotics

Heat stress pathophysiology As birds are homeothermic animals, they are able to maintain a relatively constant body temperature by balancing the production and dissipation of heat within their body. The main...
Author/s :
Ruth Raspoet
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