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Article published the January 20, 2017:

The mechanisms underlying the beneficial effects of precision delivery coated butyrate in a necrotic enteritis model in broilers

Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an important enteric disease in poultry, caused by the overgrowth of certain Clostridium perfringens strains, which evokes intestinal tissue damage. In its acute clinical form, the di...
Author/s :
Daniel Ramirez, Veterinarian, MBA.Tim Goossens
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Article published the January 6, 2017:

Transcriptional Profiles of Host-Pathogen Responses to Necrotic Enteritis and Differential Regulation of Immune Genes in Two Inbreed Chicken Lines Showing Disparate Disease Susceptibility

Introduction Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an acute clostridial disease of economic importance to the poultry industry [1]. NE is caused by Clostridium perfringens, a Gram-positive, rod-shaped, spore-forming, an...
Author/s :
Hyun Lillehoj
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Article published the December 16, 2016:

Early intestinal growth and development in poultry

Author/s :
Michael Lilburn
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Article published the December 7, 2016:

Spatial and Temporal Changes in the Broiler Chicken Cecal and Fecal Microbiomes and Correlations of Bacterial Taxa with Cytokine Gene Expression

  Introduction Poultry are naturally adapted to hosting a complex gastrointestinal (GI) microbial community with hundreds of bacterial species and up to 1011 CFU per gram of gut contents (1). Benefits co...
Author/s :
Michael H. Kogut
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Article published the September 19, 2016:

Delivery routes for probiotics: Effects on broiler performance, intestinal morphology and gut microflora

1. Introduction Probiotics display numerous health benefits beyond providing basic nutritional advantages. Probiotic products consisting of beneficial microflora can help to establish and maintain the balance ...
Author/s :
Chen Guang OlnoodMingan ChoctProf. Paul Iji
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Article published the September 19, 2016:

Modulation of Intestinal Functions Following Mycotoxin Ingestion: Meta-Analysis of Published Experiments in Animals

Abbreviations AF, Aflatoxins; APC, Antigen-Presenting Cell; DON, Deoxynivalenol; FB, Fumonisins; FUS, Fusarium toxins; GALT, Gut-Associated Lymphoid Tissue; GIT, Gastrointestinal Tract; GLUT2, facilitated glu...
Author/s :
Bertrand Grenier, Ph.D.Todd Applegate
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Article published the June 8, 2016:

Use of Plant Extracts Rich in Tannic Acid and Polyphenols as Enhancing Agents of Poultry Intestinal Quality

Several broiler producing countries have banned the use of Antibiotic Growth Promoters (AGPs) related to the risk of cross-resistance development in human pathogens. Removal of AGPs from animal diets involves ...
Author/s :
João Batista LanciniNicola Panciroli
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Article published the March 15, 2016:

Novel probiotics: Their effects on growth performance, gut development, microbial community and activity of broiler chickens

  1. Introduction The use of probiotics has become a field of science, medicine and business that is growing rapidly. In agricultural science, probiotic, prebiotics, feed enzymes and organic acids, have ...
Author/s :
Chen Guang OlnoodMingan ChoctProf. Paul Iji
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Article published the March 8, 2016:

Gastrointestinal Maturation is Accelerated in Turkey Poults Supplemented with a Mannan-Oligosaccharide Yeast Extract (Alphamune)

  Introduction. The gastrointestinal tract (GIT) is developmentally very active in the early period posthatch in poultry species (Uni et al., 2000). The intestinal crypts that form on the day of hatch be...
Author/s :
Fausto Solis
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Article published the November 9, 2015:

Pathogenesis and control of viruses that adversely affect avian gut health

  Introduction.   Several different viruses have been identified as causes of intestinal tract disease in chickens and turkeys, and several others have been associated as causes based on electron m...
Author/s :
James Guy
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