Clostridium perfringens toxins affecting the gut-brain axis as mechanism of colonization

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Dermott Reilly Dermott Reilly
Economics & History
January 6, 2020
Very interesting presentation. If Leandro and colleagues wish to test Citrox as a method to eradicate this gut health problem I can arrange samples free of charge.
Email dermott.reilly@ingeniatouch.com
Kind regards
Dermott
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January 6, 2020
Again, microencapsulation is a tool that is being used to deliver slow release organic acid compounds and essential oils to specific areas of the GIT where organisms such as Clostridium perfringes and others reside. These targeted slow release compounds have been shown to promote gut health.
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Yair Saar Yair Saar
Veterinary Doctor
January 7, 2020
Thanks, very interesting to see how nutritional factors and gut physiology, influences the brain and behavioral changes,
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Emad Elgazzar Emad Elgazzar
MASTER and PHD degree in microbiology
February 17, 2020
Thank you so much about excellent presentation and highly qualified scientific materials what about stopping the action of that microorganisms to produce of toxin by changing the PH in the intestine or making competitive inhibition of pathogenic bacterial reproduction .
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