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  • Piglet diarrhea: Diagnostic approach

    2016-5-18 · Despite broad application of sophisticated diagnostic tests, histopathology remains one of the most impor-tant diagnostic tools for evaluating piglet diarrhea. Every effort to provide high quality samples for this piece of the diagnostic effort is beneficial. …

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  • Protect Your Piglets Against Neonatal Diarrhea with ...

    2020-7-16 · Protect Your Piglets Against Neonatal Diarrhea with Essential Oils. Diarrhea in piglets can lead to significant mortality pre-weaning. While antibiotic growth promoters once offered protection while piglets' immune systems were developing, consumer and legislative pressure have reduced AGP use, leaving a gap in performance.

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  • Methodology and application of Escherichia coli F4

    2019-6-13 · In fact, beyond the passive immunity derived from sow’s milk which can affect the piglet’s responsiveness to ETEC immediately after weaning, it has been shown that maternal immunity can persist in piglet blood and can induce a systemic immune response in the piglets , resulting in a less efficient piglet response to the ETEC challenge. Therefore, in studies where feeding strategies with …

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  • 3 ways to prevent and treat diarrhea in nursery pigs |

    2019-7-17 · Diarrhea in pigs has always been a challenge for the swine industry. When combined with a move to a new facility, the stress of weaning can often trigger an enteric challenge in the nursery. When considering the causes of diarrhea in piglets and newly weaned pigs, focus on these three areas: sanitation, pathogen control and proper nutrition. 1.

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  • Piglet diarrheas: a common problem explained |

    Gut microbiota dysbiosis has emerged as a leading cause of postweaning diarrhea and associated infections in piglets. A current challenge is finding new effective nonantibiotic alternatives to restore gut microbial balance in weaning piglets. In vitro models of the piglet gastrointestinal tract at weaning would accelerate the understanding of ...

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  • Gut Microbiota Dysbiosis in Postweaning Piglets ...

    The objectives in the present study were to evaluate the therapeutic effect of dioctahedral smectite (smectite) against piglet diarrhea caused by E. coli and Salmonella. Of this study, twenty piglets (body weight, 6.60±0.34 kg) with diarrhea were used to estimate the efficacy of smectite on piglet diarrhea with 20% smectite suspension in PBS.

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  • Therapeutic effect of dioctahedral smectite on

    2020-12-1 · Abstract. Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) causes an emerging and re-emerging coronavirus disease characterized by vomiting, acute diarrhea, dehydration, and up to 100% mortality in neonatal suckling piglets, leading to huge economic losses in the global swine industry. Vaccination remains the most promising and effective way to prevent and ...

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  • Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus: Molecular

    2020-7-21 · Gnotobiotic Piglet Model to Investigate Active Immune Responses to Different Vaccination Strategies Against Rotavirus Infection. The neonatal Gn pig model has been used to investigate immune responses to RV vaccines and infection for nearly three decades (83–85). The Gn piglets, devoid of normal microflora and sow colostrum and milk (colostrum/milk), are a unique animal model to …

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  • Strategies for Design and Application of Enteric Viral ...

    2010-9-1 · The objective was to evaluate the effect of ZnO-Functionalised-Sepiolite (ZnO-Sepiolite) to fulfil Zn requirements and health status of weaning piglets. Pre-starter Basal Diet (BD, corn–soybean based, from weaning till 14 days on trial) was calculated to provide 27 mg Zn/kg feed from raw materials and had no added ZnO and no antibiotics or ...

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  • Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus: Molecular

    2020-12-1 · Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) causes an emerging and re-emerging coronavirus disease characterized by vomiting, acute diarrhea, dehydration, and up to 100% mortality in neonatal suckling piglets, leading to huge economic losses in the global swine industry. Vaccination remains the most promising and effective way to prevent and control ...

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  • Zinc strengthens the jejunal barrier by reversibly ...

    2019-10-29 · function may cause diarrhea associated with growth retardation or even death of piglets. Orally applied Zn is commonly used to prevent and treat diarrhea, but its mode of action still needs to be elucidated. To analyze the molecular mechanism whereby Zn acts on porcine intestinal barrier function, ex vivo studies on piglet jejunum and

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  • CN101406166A - Segregated early weaning method

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  • CN101406166B - Segregated early weaning method

    piglet days sow weaning feed Prior art date 2008-11-21 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.) Active Application number CN2008102309777A Other languages Chinese (zh) Other versions CN101406166A ...

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  • The impact of probiotics on gut health via alternation

    2021-3-1 · 4.1. The improvement of gut health effected by probiotics via participation in the regulation of nutrient digestion. The intestinal tract is the most densely colonized organ, and dietary habits, stress, and the use of antibacterial drugs have negative effects on the composition of the microbial flora to varying degrees (Jäger et al., 2018). ...

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  • [PDF] Alternatives to antibiotic growth promoters in ...

    The weaning time is a crucial period in the management of piglets. The risk of development of post-weaning diarrhoea (PWD) in piglets is high. PWD is the cause of serious economic losses in pig herds. Since 2006, the use of antibiotic growth promoters for prevention of diarrhoeal diseases in piglets has been banned. This measure also led to the investigation of alternative suitable feed ...

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  • Animals | Free Full-Text | Faecal Microbiota Analysis of ...

    Antimicrobial use in animals and the potential development of antimicrobial resistance is a global concern. So, non-antimicrobial techniques for animal disease control are needed. This study aimed to determine whether neonatal ceftiofur (CF) treatment affects piglet faecal microbiomes and whether faecal microbiome transplantation (FMT) can correct it. Two focal piglets per sow were assigned to ...

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  • Deciphering the biology of porcine epidemic diarrhea

    2016-5-20 · 1. Introduction. The porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) is an enveloped positive-sense RNA virus in the Coronaviridae family (Masters, 2006, Park et al., 2012).The PEDV genome is approximately 28 kb in length, with seven overlapping open reading frames encoding the replicase (ORF1a, 1b) nonstructural proteins and the accessory protein ORF3, as well as the spike (S), …

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  • Milk-derived anti-infectives and their potential to

    2021-6-1 · Maternal antibodies do however, decline in the first 6–12 months after birth. Additional antibodies are supplied through breast milk with large quantities of secretory Ig A (sIgA) being provided to the breast-fed infant. sIgA antibodies are generated based on the mother’s past exposure to infectious pathogens and may prevent similar ...

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  • Host Factors Affecting Generation of Immunity

    2020-2-18 · Piglets born to S INDEL-infected sows had significantly decreased fecal viral shedding and diarrhea compared with those from naïve sows post piglet challenge [109,110]. While more studies are needed to compare maternal cross-protection between non-S INDEL and S INDEL strains, we can draw conclusions from infection models using suckling piglets ...

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  • Evaluation of immune efficacy of recombinant PRRSV ...

    2020-9-1 · Maternal derived antibodies ... of piglet with or without anti-CSFV and anti-PRRSV MDAs were immunized with rPRRSV-E2 and challenged with. CSFV shimen strain or HP-PRRSV HuN4-F5 stain. -: No pigs died. ... Cis-acting structural element in 5’ UTR is essential for infectivity of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus.

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  • INVITED REVIEW: Piglet mortality: Management

    If the piglet can move adequately after taping, it can be left on the sow; otherwise the piglet needs to be placed in a warm location and fed (Cutler et al., 2006; Fangman and Amass, 2007). It may also be possible to reduce the prevalence of splayleg by genetic selection because it differs substantially between genetic strains and has a high ...

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  • [PDF] Alternatives to antibiotic growth promoters in ...

    The weaning time is a crucial period in the management of piglets. The risk of development of post-weaning diarrhoea (PWD) in piglets is high. PWD is the cause of serious economic losses in pig herds. Since 2006, the use of antibiotic growth promoters for prevention of diarrhoeal diseases in piglets has been banned. This measure also led to the investigation of alternative suitable feed ...

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  • Milk supplemented with immune colostrum:

    2010-7-1 · 1.. IntroductionGroup A rotavirus (RV) is a major cause of diarrhea in the young of a wide range of avian and mammalian species, including calves, pigs, South American camelids and human infants (Saif et al., 1994).In Argentina, bovine RV (BRV) is the main cause of neonatal diarrhea in calves, causing 62.5% (250/400) of calf diarrhea cases in beef and dairy herds during a ten-year-survey from ...

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  • Potential relevance of pig gut content transplantation

    2019-7-2 · Bin P, Tang Z, Liu S, Chen S, Xia Y, Liu J, et al. Intestinal microbiota mediates enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli-induced diarrhea in piglets. BMC Vet Res. 2018;14(1):385. 88. Lin C, Wan J, Su Y, Zhu W. Effects of early intervention with maternal fecal microbiota and antibiotics on the gut microbiota and metabolite profiles of piglets.

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  • Of men in mice: the development and application of a ...

    2020-11-6 · 中国动物卫生与流行病学中心. 当前位置: 首页 > 科研动态. 卤虫作为生物饵料传播虾类病原风险的研究进展. 卤虫是虾类育苗的关键性生物饵料,其是否具有传播虾类病原的风险已引起多方关注。. 本文梳理了卤虫作为生物饵料传播虾类病原的研究进展,并提出 ...

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  • (PDF) Piglet mortality: management solutions. |

    2021-6-20 · The diversity of gut microbiota compositions among children of varying socioeconomic backgrounds within the same geographical contexts indicates another major source of impact on the gut flora—that of cultural, economic, and dietary practices (Table (Table1 1) 20–24.A study comparing subsistence mode-distinct populations in southwestern Cameroon more closely illustrates this …

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  • Problems with the concept of gut microbiota

    Journal of Animal Science, 91, 3361-3389. 3 DOI: 10.2527/jas.2012-5637 4 Pre-publication copy. 5 6 Piglet mortality: management solutions1 7 8 9 R. D. Kirkden*, D. M. Broom* and I. L. Andersen† 10 * 11 University of Cambridge, Department of Veterinary Medicine, Madingley Road, 12 Cambridge, CB3 0ES, UK 13 †Norwegian University of Life ...

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  • Methodology and application of Escherichia coli F4

    2019-6-13 · Post-weaning diarrhea (PWD) appears primarily during the first 2 weeks post-weaning of the piglet. According to the literature, the most diffuse etiological agents responsible for PWD in piglets are enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) displaying the fimbriae F4 and F18. To control the risk related to the occurrence of PWD, the improper use of antibiotic treatment during the first 2 weeks ...

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  • Egg antibody technology for nursery pig application

    2020-12-2 · They can be applied individually by doser (newly weaned pigs) or via powder in the feed. Both practices have proven effectively in commercial operations. To learn more about the application of such technology please contact 1-515-251-7430 or visit our website.

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  • Effectiveness of composting as a biosecure disposal

    2017-11-28 · Piglet infection All piglets exhibited clinical diarrhea by day 3 post-inoculation. On day 5 post-inoculation, which coincided with infection period termination and necropsy, all pig-lets incorporated into the compost windrow sections displayed a diffusely dilated and thin-walled small intes-tine with fluidic intestinal content, which was ...

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  • Cellular hnRNP A1 Interacts with Nucleocapsid Protein of ...

    2020-10-22 · a piglet with diarrhea, for 13 and 144 generations, respectively. Our previous study has demonstrated that YN13 was a virulent strain and YN144 was an attenuation strain [20]. CV777 strain, a classical PEDV strain, was provided by Chengdu Tecbond Biological Product Co., Ltd. (Chengdu, China).

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  • Population dynamics and intra-litter transmission

    The second trial included the application of 3 different management procedures: (A) standard farm hygiene and management procedures, (B) standard farm hygiene and management procedures+the first piglets found to excrete I. suis oocysts in each pen were removed from the pen, and (C) reduced cleaning. Each procedure was studied in 2 litters.

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  • SciELO - Brasil - Oral Administration of Citrus Extracts ...

    Neonatal diarrhea in suckling piglets causes losses and high costs due to impairment of piglet growth and increased use of medications. These diarrheas have multifactorial causes such as hygiene conditions, prophylactic program in pig herd, the presence of pathogens in the environment and the immune response of the piglets after birth.

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  • Associations of allergenic soybean proteins with piglet ...

    2011-10-25 · A skin prick test was conducted to evaluate the skin allergic reaction of piglets caused by allergenic proteins contained in soybean meal. The data accumulated from subcutaneous piglet skin tissue indicated that allergenic proteins contained in soybean meal crude extracts, even in low dosage levels (7 μg), caused immunological redness and inflammation within 5 min. The dosages above 200 …

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  • Molecular advances in QTL discovery and application

    Thousands of quantitative trait loci (QTL) have been identified for a wide range of economically important phenotypes in pigs. Recently, QTL analyses have begun to use high-density single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) panels and applications have extended beyond experimental intercrosses to outbred populations by exploiting long-range linkage disequilibrium that results in higher resolution ...

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  • (PDF) Piglet mortality: management solutions. |

    Journal of Animal Science, 91, 3361-3389. 3 DOI: 10.2527/jas.2012-5637 4 Pre-publication copy. 5 6 Piglet mortality: management solutions1 7 8 9 R. D. Kirkden*, D. M. Broom* and I. L. Andersen† 10 * 11 University of Cambridge, Department of Veterinary Medicine, Madingley Road, 12 Cambridge, CB3 0ES, UK 13 †Norwegian University of Life ...

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  • Problems with the concept of gut microbiota

    2019-8-26 · Johnson and Burnet therefore called for caution towards a naïve application of the diversity argument. For example, bottle-fed babies consistently showed a more diverse gut microbiota than breastfed infants (see Simeoni et al ., 2016 , as an example) without this difference translating into a greater health of bottle-fed over breastfed infants.

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  • Gold standard for nutrition: a review of human milk ...

    2021-5-28 · Human milk is the gold standard for nutrition of infant growth, whose nutritional value is mainly attributed to human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs). HMOs, the third most abundant component of human milk after lactose and lipids, are complex sugars with unique structural diversity which are indigestible by the infant. Acting as prebiotics, multiple beneficial functions of HMO are believed to be ...

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  • Frontiers | Modulatory Effects of Probiotics During ...

    In order to inhibit pathogenic complications and to enhance animal and poultry growth, antibiotics have been extensively used for many years. Antibiotics applications not only affect target pathogens but also intestinal beneficially microbes, inducing long-lasting changes in intestinal microbiota associated with diseases. The application of antibiotics also has many other side effects like ...

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  • Potential relevance of pig gut content transplantation

    2019-7-2 · It has long been recognized that the gastrointestinal tract (GI-tract) microbiota of the pig (and mammals in general) has a major impact on the health and development of the host [1,2,3,4].Approximately 10 14 bacteria inhabit the mammal GI-tract [5,6,7] and 7,685,872 non-redundant genes have been identified in the pig faecal microbiome [].This gives an idea of the complexity of the …

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  • Icariin Alleviates Bisphenol A Induced Disruption of ...

    2020-8-18 · Bisphenol A (BPA), a globally prevalent environmental contaminant, has been shown to have the potential to disrupt intestinal barrier function. This study explored the mechanisms of BPA-induced intestinal barrier dysfunction. In addition, the protective effect of the natural product icariin (ICA) on BPA-induced intestinal barrier dysfunction was evaluated. BPA relieved oxidative stress ...

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  • Maternal Probiotic or Synbiotic Supplementation

    2021-5-5 · Kai Wang, Xiangfeng Kong, Md. Abul Kalam Azad, Qian Zhu, Liang Xiong, Yuzhong Zheng, Zhangli Hu, Yulong Yin, Qinghua He, ' Maternal Probiotic or Synbiotic Supplementation Modulates Jejunal and Colonic Antioxidant Capacity, Mitochondrial Function, and Microbial Abundance in Bama Mini-piglets ', Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity,. vol. 2021, Article ID 6618874, 14 pages, …

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  • BRENDA - Information on EC 3.2.1.108 - lactase

    3.2.1 Glycosidases, i.e. enzymes that hydrolyse O- and S- glycosyl compounds. 3.2.1.108 lactase. IUBMB Comments. The enzyme from intestinal mucosa is isolated as a complex that also catalyses the reaction of EC 3.2.1.62 glycosylceramidase. cf. EC 3.2.1.33 amylo-alpha-1,6 …

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  • Costs and cost-effectiveness analyses of mCARE

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  • Causes and prevention of beef calf scours | UMN

    2 天前 · Calf scours can be a major problem for any cow-calf operation. Controlling the disease is a complex issue and has many variables. While we can identify specific agents of disease that cause scours, it is important to remember that the control of the disease often requires a system-wide approach of prevention rather than individual treatment to solve the problem.

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  • Journal of Animal Science | Standard Journal

    Abbreviation of Journal of Animal Science. The ISO4 abbreviation of Journal of Animal Science is J. Anim. Sci. . It is the standardised abbreviation to be used for abstracting, indexing and referencing purposes and meets all criteria of the ISO 4 standard for abbreviating names of scientific journals.

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  • The provision of passive immunity to colostrum

    This thesis examines the effect of supplementing sow milk replacers fed to colostrum deprived piglets with 1) bovine or porcine immunoglobulins; 2) synthetic iron chelators and 3) viable leukocytes. Piglets require dietary immunoglobulins during the first day after birth to provide passive systemic immunity. Piglets that did not receive immunoglobulins during this period had survival rates of ...

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  • Oral Administration of Citrus Extracts in Suckling Piglets

    Neonatal diarrhea in suckling piglets causes losses and high costs due to impairment of piglet growth and increased use of medications. These diarrheas have multifactorial causes such as hygiene conditions, prophylactic program in pig herd, the presence of pathogens in the environment and the immune response of the piglets after birth.

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  • Use of pigs as a potential model for research into

    2013-10-18 · Introduction. The importance of the intestinal microbiota for gastrointestinal (GI) functions and health has been shown in many studies with human subjects, but also with model animals such as mice and pigs (Reference Turnbaugh, Ley and Mahowald 1, Reference Guo, Xia and Tang 2).In addition, several disease patterns in humans may be associated with the composition and/or metabolic activity …

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  • Effect of Multi-Microbial Probiotic Formulation

    2018-1-5 · The use of probiotics in sows during pregnancy and lactation and their impact on the quality of colostrum and milk, as well as the health conditions of their offspring during the rearing period, are currently gaining the attention of researchers. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of Bokashi formulation on the concentrations of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines in the serum of ...

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  • American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and

    2007-3-1 · We studied the effect of neonatal maternal separation on the visceromotor response and the expression of c-fos, 5-HT, and its receptors/transporters along the brain-gut axis in an animal model of IBS. Male neonatal Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly assigned to a 3-h daily maternal separation (MS) or nonhandling (NH) on postnatal days 2–21 ...

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  • Lactoferrin in Relation to Biological Functions and ...

    Lactoferrin in Relation to Biological Functions and Applications: A Review. Lactoferrin (LF) is an iron-binding glycoprotein member of the Transferrin (TF) family which present in milk, other exocrine secretions and neutrophil granules in mammals, it is highly …

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  • Of men in mice: the development and application of a ...

    2020-9-10 · Considerable evidence points to the critical role of the gut microbiota in physiology and disease. The administration of live microbes as a therapeutic modality is increasingly being considered.

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  • Human milk oligosaccharides, milk microbiome and

    2018-11-27 · Li, M. et al. Human milk oligosaccharides shorten rotavirus-induced diarrhea and modulate piglet mucosal immunity and colonic microbiota. ISME J. 8 …

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  • Changes of vectors of selection for piglet’s newborn

    The incubation period is 6-12 h and the initial symptoms are nausea, vomiting, bloody diarrhea as well as fever, abdominal pain, headaches and chilling (Sanchez-Vargas et al., 2011).Salmonella infection occurs mainly through the orofecal route. The colonization of the distal portion of the small intestine is the first step in the pathogenesis, followed by invasion of the epithelial tissue ...

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  • A Review of Prevention and Control Methods of

    2021-2-28 · Influenza A Viruses (IAV) are endemic pathogens of significant concern in humans and multiple keystone livestock species. Widespread morbidity in swine herds negatively impacts animal welfare standards and economic performance whilst human IAV pandemics have emerged from pigs on multiple occasions. To combat the rising prevalence of swine IAV there must be effective control …

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  • Bimulac® Pre diarrhea prophylaxis in suckling piglets ...

    Bimulac® Pre, the prophylaxis of early diarrhea in suckling piglets. Bimulac® Pre addresses a broad spectrum of activity. It suppresses pathogens causing diarrhea, enhances vitality and reduces piglet mortality. The treatment can be administered individually or to the whole litter.

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  • Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv), Delta corona

    • Every time a newborn piglet suckles an immune dam it ingests protection to PED. • Every time a newborn piglet opens its mouth it ingests PED virus. • Too much virus and not enough immunity equals diarrhea. • This virus can easily overwhelm maternal protecti!ion!

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  • Evaluation of alternatives to antibiotics using an ...

    INTRODUCTION. Postweaning diarrhea and reduced animal performance are major problems in nursery pig nutrition, and traditionally in-feed antibiotics have been used as growth stimulants and to treat gastrointestinal infections subtherapeutically (Verstegen and Williams, 2002).Elimination of in-feed antibiotics is a topical area of research because of the perceived risks posed to human health by ...

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  • Cargill looks to address piglet mortality through ...

    2018-11-21 · 国内外猪源产肠毒素大肠杆菌疫苗研究进展. 杨德鸿1, 麦凯杰1, 朱元军2, 刘洋洋3, 罗翠芬1, 周庆丰1, 刘军发1. 1. 温氏食品集团股份有限公司, 新兴 527400; 2. 江西农业大学动物科学技术学院, 南昌 330045; 3. 华中农业大学动物科技学院动物医学院, 武汉 430070. 收稿日期 ...

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  • Effect of Multi-Microbial Probiotic Formulation

    2018-1-5 · The use of probiotics in sows during pregnancy and lactation and their impact on the quality of colostrum and milk, as well as the health conditions of their offspring during the rearing period, are currently gaining the attention of researchers. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of Bokashi formulation on the concentrations of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines in the serum of ...

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  • Practical Application Of Probiotics In Pig Production ...

    2020-4-19 · Practical Application Of Probiotics In Pig Production by wengerman: 10:49am On Apr 19, 2020. Probiotics are used in all stages of pig production: sow herd, nursery and growing-finishing pigs. Generally speaking, the use of probiotics aims to establish a healthy gut microbiota, improve health, well-being and productivity of the animals (Cho et ...

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  • American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and

    2007-3-1 · We studied the effect of neonatal maternal separation on the visceromotor response and the expression of c-fos, 5-HT, and its receptors/transporters along the brain-gut axis in an animal model of IBS. Male neonatal Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly assigned to a 3-h daily maternal separation (MS) or nonhandling (NH) on postnatal days 2–21 ...

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  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental

    IV International Scientific Conference: AGRITECH-IV-2020: Agribusiness, Environmental Engineering and Biotechnologies 18-20 November 2020, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation. Accepted papers received: 08 February 2021. Published online: 15 March 2021. Open all abstracts. , in this issue.

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  • Use of pigs as a potential model for research into

    2013-10-18 · In a piglet model, a probiotic treatment consisting of a mixture of Bifidobacterium animalis and four Lactobacillus species (L. acidophilus, L. casei, L. pentosus and L. plantarum) reduced NEC severity and mucosal atrophy and disorder when being administered together with formula instantly after delivery (Reference Siggers, Siggers and Boye 159).

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  • Human milk oligosaccharides, milk microbiome and

    2018-11-27 · Li, M. et al. Human milk oligosaccharides shorten rotavirus-induced diarrhea and modulate piglet mucosal immunity and colonic microbiota. ISME J. 8 …

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  • Lactoferrin in Relation to Biological Functions and ...

    Lactoferrin in Relation to Biological Functions and Applications: A Review. Lactoferrin (LF) is an iron-binding glycoprotein member of the Transferrin (TF) family which present in milk, other exocrine secretions and neutrophil granules in mammals, it is highly …

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  • IgY ‑ turning the page toward passive immunization in ...

    2019-8-9 · The establishment of these functional evaluation models is beneficial to figure out the health-promoting benefits of lactic acid bacteria and provides a good reference for the strain screening and physiological evaluation of follow-up researchers. This is a preview of subscription content, log in …

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  • Functional Evaluation Model for Lactic Acid Bacteria ...

    2019-10-27 · Vitamins and minerals (micronutrients) play an important role in regulating and shaping an immune response. Deficiencies generally result in inadequate or dysregulated cellular activity and cytokine expression, thereby affecting the immune response. Decreased levels of natural killer, granulocyte, and phagocytic cell activity and T and B cell proliferation and trafficking are associated …

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  • Impact of Micronutrients on the Immune Response of

    2021-2-28 · Influenza A Viruses (IAV) are endemic pathogens of significant concern in humans and multiple keystone livestock species. Widespread morbidity in swine herds negatively impacts animal welfare standards and economic performance whilst human IAV pandemics have emerged from pigs on multiple occasions. To combat the rising prevalence of swine IAV there must be effective control …

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  • Current and prospective control strategies of

    2020-9-10 · Considerable evidence points to the critical role of the gut microbiota in physiology and disease. The administration of live microbes as a therapeutic modality is increasingly being considered.

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  • Of men in mice: the development and application of a ...

    Bruining GJ, Bosschaart AN, Aarsen RS, et al. Normalization of glucose homeostasis by a long acting somatostatin analog 201–995 in a newborn with nesidioblastosis. Acta Endocrinol Suppl (Copenh) 1986; 279: 275–278. Google Scholar

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  • Piglet diarrhea: Diagnostic approach

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  • Detoxification is the first step to solve piglet diarrhea

    2020-4-20 · Detoxification is the first step to solve piglet diarrhea. In 2011, Dr. Fan Fuhao's team analyzed the health status of the thousands of sows in more than 500 pig farms among 12 provinces in China. The main problems of pigs are concentrated in the body's poisoning and it can reach 59.75%. At the same time, malnutrition, immunosuppression ...

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  • Application of high doses of Zinc Oxide in the feed of

    High doses of zinc oxide can control diarrhea in piglets,it is widely used in pig enterprises,however,long-term application can lead to many side effects. In order to provide help for the reasonable, effective, legitimate use of zinc oxide, this paper summarized the mechanism and the application effects of high doses of zinc oxide in piglets, the factors affecting the zinc oxide effect and the ...

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  • The Effects of Pseuderanthemum palatiferum a New

    2021-1-10 · examined, number of diarrhea cases during the whole period of the tests, and durati on of diarrhea per case. The piglets’ feces were considered as different from the normal ones when they were waterish, poorly digested, and with a greenish or grayish color. This was determined to be diarrhea and the piglet was counted as a diarrhea case.

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  • Oral Administration of Citrus Extracts in Suckling Piglets

    Neonatal diarrhea in suckling piglets causes losses and high costs due to impairment of piglet growth and increased use of medications. These diarrheas have multifactorial causes such as hygiene conditions, prophylactic program in pig herd, the presence of pathogens in the environment and the immune response of the piglets after birth.

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  • Effect of Antimicrobial Peptides on Intestinal Histology ...

    2019-6-4 · and their application in piglet and sow diets were reviewed in order to provide some guidance for production practice. Antimicrobial peptide is a kind of peptide produced by biological defense system against exogenous pathogens. It has many activities such as anti-bacteria, fungi, fungi, viruses, protozoa,

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  • Prevention vs. Treatment of Pig Disease | National

    2003-4-15 · The KSU research cites two age group sets for weaning: 12 to 21 days and 15.5 to 21.5 days. Death loss dropped from 9.4% to 3.6% as weaning age increased in the first age group and went from 3.9% to 2.5% in the second study. Piglet grow-finish throughput improved nearly 4 lb. for each day weaning age increased.

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  • Lactoferrin in Relation to Biological Functions and ...

    Lactoferrin in Relation to Biological Functions and Applications: A Review. Lactoferrin (LF) is an iron-binding glycoprotein member of the Transferrin (TF) family which present in milk, other exocrine secretions and neutrophil granules in mammals, it is highly …

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  • Treatment of diarrhea and post-weaning diarrhea with ...

    Low levels of resistant potato starch, for example, 0.5-1.0% of total diet, have a beneficial effect on post-weaning diarrhea, infectious diarrhea and gastrointestinal stresses associated with weaning. Also described are capsules and tablets of resistant potato starch, …

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  • Of men in mice: the development and application of a ...

    2020-9-10 · Considerable evidence points to the critical role of the gut microbiota in physiology and disease. The administration of live microbes as a therapeutic modality is increasingly being considered.

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  • Benefits of Application of Saccharomyces cerevisiae subsp ...

    diarrhea and intestinal infections (Bontempo et al., 2006). As an alternative to antibiotics, probiotics such as S. boulardii are able to manage piglet health during this phase. Supplementation with S. boulardii in weanling piglets resulted in greater live weight and greater post-weaning daily gain by up to 40%, as

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  • Application and mechanism of feed-grade calcium

    2021-4-21 · For example: Professor Xu Wanxiang's research showed that adding 0.9% calcium formate in the piglet diet can reduce diarrhea, and adding 1.3% can increase the feed conversion rate and the growth rate of the piglet. Professor Wu Tianxing and others selected 42 piglets weaned on the 35th day according to the breed 'sex'.

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  • Dietary Sodium Butyrate Decreases Postweaning

    However, to our knowledge, few studies have focused on the application of SB inclusion, combined with decreased antibiotics, in piglet feeding. In the present study, we evaluated the effects of the combined use of SB and reduced antibiotics in promoting performance and to control postweaning diarrhea …

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  • Zinc strengthens the jejunal barrier by reversibly ...

    2019-10-29 · function may cause diarrhea associated with growth retardation or even death of piglets. Orally applied Zn is commonly used to prevent and treat diarrhea, but its mode of action still needs to be elucidated. To analyze the molecular mechanism whereby Zn acts on porcine intestinal barrier function, ex vivo studies on piglet jejunum and

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  • Advantages and Application of Animal Feed Extruding

    2021-7-8 · Application of Extruding Technology in Animal Feed Production 4.1 Pig raising Because of the small gastric volume and weak digestive and absorption capacity of intestine, suckling pigs are prone to suffer from nutritional diarrhea during the process of changing from breast*feeding to feeding.

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  • Pig gut microbiota: challenges and opportunities to ...

    2019-11-11 · Methodology and application of Escherichia coli F4 and F18 encoding infection models in post-weaning pigs. The enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) expressing F4 and F18 fimbriae are the two main pathogens associated with post-weaning diarrhea (PWD) in piglets. The growing global concern regarding antimicrobial res...

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  • Escherichia coli Nissle 1917 for probiotic use in piglets ...

    2009-10-9 · Faecal samples were collected from each piglet daily before, during and after the application of Mutaflor ® or placebo . On days 8 (four piglets), 30 (four piglets) and 37–40 (one piglet each day) after the first administration of Mutaflor ®, piglets were euthanized by mechanical stunning followed by exsanguination. Subsequently, a mucosal ...

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  • A Review of Prevention and Control Methods of

    The incubation period is 6-12 h and the initial symptoms are nausea, vomiting, bloody diarrhea as well as fever, abdominal pain, headaches and chilling (Sanchez-Vargas et al., 2011).Salmonella infection occurs mainly through the orofecal route. The colonization of the distal portion of the small intestine is the first step in the pathogenesis, followed by invasion of the epithelial tissue ...

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  • Neurons and Glia in the Enteric Nervous System and ...

    2018-6-13 · Studying the control of epithelial barrier function has been revealed to be of particular interest in pathological contexts such as inflammatory bowel diseases, irritable bowel syndrome, infection, food intolerance, or celiac disease ().In all of these conditions, epithelial barrier function is affected, and enteric neurons and glia have been shown to play their part in such pathologies.

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