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Salmonella in poultry

Welcome to the page about Salmonella in poultry of Engormix; a source of knowledge on Salmonella in poultry.
A DNA-Based Microbial Surveillance Platform Can Provide Insights on Bacterial Interactions Leading to Coinfections in Broilers
Héctor Leyva-Jiménez (United Animal Health) talks about a technology to process pathogen profiles to identify coinfections and help make better decisions on the farm, in this interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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The role iron source can play on gut health and animal performance
Joshua Jendza (Qualitech) talks about avoiding pathogen growth while providing iron to the bird, and how iron works against Salmonella and other bacteria, during this Engormix interview....
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Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada 2024
May 14, 2024
Canada - Manitoba - Winnipeg
A new stage begins in terms of vaccinations against Salmonella. From May 2021, Primun Salmonella E can be applied in laying the first live vaccine against Salmonella Enteritidis that has been authorized for that period. In this way, we give the respite that the producer had been asking for for a long time. The productive cycles of laying hens are getting longer and the immunity that has been given through the vaccines applied only in the rearing period, did not cover the new...
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The U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) will present “Let’s Talk Research - Current Poultry Research and Findings” as part of the 2024 International Production & Processing Expo’s (IPPE) TECHTalks on Thursday, Feb. 1. Six USPOULTRY-funded research projects completed during 2023 will be reviewed by the researchers who conducted them. The topics will focus on poultry diseases, animal welfare and food safety. The session will kick off with an...
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Pedro Celso Machado Junior
Oklahoma State University
INTRODUCTION Poultry meat is currently the world’s most consumed and affordable meat type among animal-source. For the coming decade, per capita consumption of poultry meat is expected to increase by 5.5% worldwide, highlighting the importance of this commodity to food security, and protein availability (1). However, consumption of contaminated poultry meat was reported to cause 20.6% of foodborne diseases in the US between 1998 and 2008, among which Salmonella spp. was one of...
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Joginder Singh Uppal
Proteon Pharmaceuticals
Bacteriophages Technology: an innovative concept
Joginder Singh Uppal, Regional Business Director, points out how Bacteriophages are an innovation for a better future...
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Dr. Guillermo Tellez-Isaias
University of Arkansas (USA)
1. Introduction The application of antibiotics on poultry farms has been linked to the global emergence of multi-drug-resistant (MDR) bacteria in recent years (Benrabia et al., 2020; Kaonga et al., 2021). MDR bacteria can spread from food-producing animals to humans through direct contact with the food chain and the environment (Kirbis and Krizman, 2015). One-Health issues are still an important topic in the poultry industry, pre-harvest as well as post-harvest. Efforts...
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Hafez Mohamed
Free University of Berlin
Introduction In spite of significant improvements in technology and hygienic practices at all stages of poultry production in developed countries, accompanied by advanced improvement in public sanitation, foodborne diseases remain a persistent threat to human and animal health. Foodborne diseases are still big issues of major concern in those countries. In developing countries, the need to produce sufficient food to meet the requirements of population increases, accompanied by...
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The mechanisms through which birds are protected against  Salmonella  Enteritidis are one of the key considerations for developing effective vaccines. Live attenuated and inactivated vaccines against avian Salmonellosis achieve different rates of protection, related mainly to the different immune...
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Ludovic Lahaye
Ludovic Lahaye and 4 more
Jeyashree Elango (University of Delaware)       Enteroids provide a 3-dimensional microenvironment of the intestine, acting as a miniature model for understanding intestinal functions and immune responses. Hence, this shows a promising application in studying disease models and drug screening, among others. Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium is one of the food-borne pathogens affecting human health through production animals due to contaminated meat...
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Jeyashree Elango
University of Delaware
Chicken enteroid kinome responses to Salmonella infection and organic acid/essential oil blend
Jeyashree Elango (University of Delaware) speaks on the ability of enteroids to act as an alternative model of the chicken gut, providing a rapid way to screen antibiotic alternatives and their compatibility through the host responses against them, during the 11th Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals in St. Louis, USA....
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Jaroslaw Dastych
Proteon Pharmaceuticals
During July 3rd - 7th our Research & Development team participated in the  Viruses of Microbes 2023 , which took place in Tbilisi, Georgia. Our Chief Research Officer, dr  Ewelina Wójcik , presented the results of one of the recently conducted studies on the  Host range...
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Marco Larrea
Marco Larrea and 1 more
1. Introduction Salmonella enterica has emerged across the globe as a threat to health systems [1]. Serovars of this species can infect humans, causing diverse effects varying from typhoid fever to gastroenteritis [2]. Non-typhoidal Salmonella (NTS) is associated with millions of infections and thousands of deaths annually around the globe [3,4]. S. Typhimurium and S. Enteritidis are considered the principal serovars associated with human infections; nevertheless, S. enterica subsp....
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Sandra van Kuijk
Trouw Nutrition Asia Pacific
I. Introduction Salmonella spp. in poultry pose a serious risk for food safety. The complex nature of Salmonella infections in poultry requires a multifactorial solution. It is key to preventing Salmonella colonization throughout the entire gastrointestinal tract (GIT). Short chain fatty acids (SCFA) have been described as having beneficial effects in the upper part of the gut, whereas medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) target the lower GIT (Van Immerseel et al., 2009). Coated butyrate...
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Peter Groves
Peter Groves and 4 more
The University of Sydney
Salmonella serotypes vary throughout the livestock industry. Historically Salmonella Enteritidis is not considered to be prevalent in Australian poultry flocks. As recently as 2018 a novel S. Enteritidis emerged in the industry (FSANZ, 2019). Although, there are no specific vaccines available in Australia against this serotype in poultry, the use of live attenuated Salmonella vaccines that have the potential to cross protect against several Salmonella serotypes could be a solution for the...
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Wasita Padoongmatvorakul (Apple)
Trouw Nutrition Asia Pacific
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Rainwater itself is generally considered clean, but it can pick up bacteria and other contaminants as it interacts with the environment. For example, if rainwater comes into contact with animal feces or contaminated soil, it can potentially carry Enterobacteriaceae bacteria and other pathogens. Enterobacteriaceae contamination in feed can threaten animal health. Especially high protein materials, such as soy, corn, blood and bone meals are susceptible to harmful pathogens, such as Salmonella,...
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We might be at the brink of phage paradigm shift in the European Union. This has been confirmed by various experts during an online webinar organized on 11 July by PhageEU, a coalition of like minded stakeholders representing phages in industry, the scientific community and civil society. There is a good chance, that in the near future, a feed additive based on phage technology will be authorized by the European Commission. This would be a template for the development of...
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Joginder Singh Uppal
Proteon Pharmaceuticals
Bacteriophages solutions in Indian Subcontinent
Joginder Singh Uppal. Regional Business Director at Proteon Pharmaceuticals India, talks about the experience and success of using bacteriophages in the Indian Subcontinent ...
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