Highlights of the Symposium on Gut Health in St. Louis

Published on: 11/20/2019
Source : Engormix.com

Dr. Mike Kogut, Chair of the Organizing Committee, talked about the success of this 8th Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals in St. Louis and shared some of the ideas for next year's edition....

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November 20, 2019
I really love your work on the highlight of gut health symposium, I also have keen interest in nutrigenomics on feeding animal matching genetic requirements using amino acid profile and would really love to research at your lab
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November 21, 2019
Adewoye Ezekiel Doyin I work in a US government lab and we don't have funding for graduate students. The students that work in the lab are mostly students at Texas A&M University. So we pay for the research but not the tuition, fees, nor assistantships.
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November 21, 2019
Michael H. Kogut , thanks for the response Sir, I really appreciate it
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November 20, 2019
What's the role of yeast in ruminant gut health
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November 21, 2019
Dr Prashanth T No one knows! An area to be explored.
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November 21, 2019
Michael H. Kogut

Yeast has been extensively used as probiotic in ruminants

Is this based on some scientific evidence
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November 23, 2019
The thing is, its cell wall breakdown produces an oligosaccharide which is a prebiotics which encourages the establishment of beneficial bacteria in the gut
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