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

    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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  • Stage of Gestation at Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus ...

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  • The piglet as a model for B cell and immune system ...

    2008-11-1 · Depending on the DG, the uterus and amniotic membrane are incised together or separately and a part of the fetus pulled from the amniotic cavity to apply the agent. Warm and wet (37 °C in non-pyrogenic saline) veils are used to cover parts of the uterus especially during more complicated and time-consuming surgery.

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  • Application of a sIgA-ELISA method for differentiation

    2018-9-1 · 1. Introduction. Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyopneumoniae) is the primary pathogen of porcine enzootic pneumonia (PEP), a chronic respiratory disease in pigs (Thacker and Minion, 2012).The infection causes significant economic losses due to increased need for medication and decreased performance of the pigs (Holst et al., 2015).Moreover, M. hyopneumoniae affects the mucosal …

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  • Cargill looks to address piglet mortality through ...

    2009-3-15 · The concept of using the neonatal piglets model for human infant research was hatched by the lead author in the late 1960s but its feasibility and application to developmental immunology had already been established in the USA (Meyer et al., 1964) and in the Czech Republic (Travnicek et al., 1966, Sterzl and Riha, 1970).However, making fetal and neonatal piglets truly useful models for ...

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  • The piglet as a model for B cell and immune system ...

    2003-4-15 · Maternal immunity may be several weeks for SIV, but only days for Strep suis or Haemophilus parasuis. Pulse dosing of feed or water-soluble antibiotics may be an effective method of preventing the over-growth of opportunistic bacterial organisms. Pulse dosing will help bridge the period from maternal protection to the piglets' immunity development.

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  • Prevention vs. Treatment of Pig Disease | National

    2020-9-10 · Pradhan, B. et al. Probiotics L. acidophilus and B. clausii modulate gut microbiota in Th1- and Th2-biased mice to ameliorate Salmonella Typhimurium-induced diarrhea. Probiotics Antimicrobial ...

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

    2014-2-15 · The neonatal pig ranks among the most prominent research models for the study of pediatric nutrition and metabolism. Its precocial development at birth affords ready adaptation to artificial rearing systems, and research using this model spans a wide array of nutrients. Sophisticated in vitro and in vivo methodologies supporting both invasive, reduction-science research as well as whole-animal ...

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  • Piglet Diarrhea - Animal Health and Welfare

    2011-10-1 · Abstract. Read online. The present study evaluated anti-diarrheal effects of a mixture of Coptidis rhizoma, Lonicerae flos, and Paeonia japonica (1:1:1, v/v/v) methanol extracts and dioctahedral smectite (CLPD) on piglet diarrhea caused by Escherichia coli (E. …

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  • Anti-Diarrheal Effects of a Combination of Korean ...

    2019-10-22 · Rotavirus C (RVC) has been detected increasingly in humans and swine in different countries, including the US. It is associated with significant economic losses due to diarrheal disease in nursing piglets. In this study we aimed: (1) to determine the prevalence of RVC in healthy and diarrheic suckling piglets on US farms; and (2) to evaluate if maternal antibody (Ab) levels were associated ...

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  • Rotavirus C: prevalence in suckling piglets and ...

    2009-3-15 · The concept of using the neonatal piglets model for human infant research was hatched by the lead author in the late 1960s but its feasibility and application to developmental immunology had already been established in the USA (Meyer et al., 1964) and in the Czech Republic (Travnicek et al., 1966, Sterzl and Riha, 1970).However, making fetal and neonatal piglets truly useful models for ...

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  • PigProgress - Diarrhoea Pre-weaning (Milk Scour)

    The role of rotavirus in PWD was unclear. There appeared to be a direct relationship between serum antibodies to rotavirus in the slow at farrowing and those of the piglets soon after birth. The decline of maternal neutralising antibody to rotavirus coincided with the immediate postweaning period (3 to 5 weeks after birth).

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  • Flavors in sow feed improve piglet performance, says ...

    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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  • The piglet as a model for B cell and immune system ...

    2014-2-15 · The neonatal pig ranks among the most prominent research models for the study of pediatric nutrition and metabolism. Its precocial development at birth affords ready adaptation to artificial rearing systems, and research using this model spans a wide array of nutrients. Sophisticated in vitro and in vivo methodologies supporting both invasive, reduction-science research as well as whole-animal ...

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  • Factors contributing to postweaning diarrhoea in a

    2013-4-16 · Assessing theory application in WDM literature ... If many groups apply adaptive management separately in similar systems without communicating, generalities that benefit management and disease ecology may remain elusive. Systematic reviews, invaluable to biomedicine, can help establish which interventions are effective and explain ...

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  • Using Nutritional Strategies to Shape the Gastro ...

    2021-2-5 · It should be noted that restrictions relating to the levels of Cu and Zn in piglet diets can have detrimental effects on piglet performance. As reported by Bikker et al. [ 215 ], decreasing Cu from 170 to 100 mg between 28 and 40 days post-weaning could result in a reduction of approximately 600 g in body weight at the end of the post-weaning ...

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  • Maternal supplementation of seaweed-derived ...

    2010-1-1 · In a piglet model of intestinal infection, E. coli Abbotstown has been used to induce mild secretory diarrhea without changes in epithelial structure . Supplementation of the piglets with E. coli Nissle 1917 for 10 days prevents all the clinical signs of diarrhea seen in …

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  • Effects of Probiotics on Intestinal Transport and ...

    2018-9-1 · 1. Introduction. Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyopneumoniae) is the primary pathogen of porcine enzootic pneumonia (PEP), a chronic respiratory disease in pigs (Thacker and Minion, 2012).The infection causes significant economic losses due to increased need for medication and decreased performance of the pigs (Holst et al., 2015).Moreover, M. hyopneumoniae affects the mucosal …

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  • Application of a sIgA-ELISA method for differentiation

    2015-5-8 · And E. coli is a major cause of post-weaning diarrhea in piglet, they added. To help piglets cope with weaning stress, antibiotics such as quinocetone, chlortetracycline, lincomycin and amoxicillin have been widely used as animal feed additives in China because of their effective growth-promoting activity and antimicrobial effects.

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  • Chinese team show potential of curcumin for E. coli ...

    Piglet growth during lactation was not impacted by maternal diet supplementation . Similarly, no effects of maternal diet and post-weaning diet were observed on body weight at PND 56 ( Table 2 ), and neither on food intake during the month after weaning from PND 28 to PND 56 (data not shown).

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  • Maternal short-chain fructo-oligosaccharide ...

    2013-4-16 · Assessing theory application in WDM literature ... If many groups apply adaptive management separately in similar systems without communicating, generalities that benefit management and disease ecology may remain elusive. Systematic reviews, invaluable to biomedicine, can help establish which interventions are effective and explain ...

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  • Taming wildlife disease: bridging the gap between

    2016-8-30 · Administration of non-pathogenic isolates of Escherichia coli and Clostridium perfringens type A to piglets in a herd affected with a high incidence of neonatal diarrhoea - Volume 11 Issue 4

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  • Administration of non-pathogenic isolates of

    2016-6-1 · Evolutionarily, transfer of maternal immunoglobulins to offspring can be traced as far back as 450 million years ago, being found in primitive fish like the nurse shark (Haines et al., 2005).In some mammals, including primates and rabbits, the foetus obtains immunoglobulin (Ig) G over the placenta (Hurley and Theil, 2011, Palmeira et al., 2012) and the new-born is thus born with circulating ...

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  • Passive immunisation, an old idea revisited: Basic ...

    2012-7-19 · 1. Introduction. The pig (Sus scrofa domesticus) is one of the most important domestic animals.In fact, pork is an essential source of animal protein to the human diet. Accordingly, in several cultures across the world, such as the Pacific Islands, most of tropical Asia and Southern Europe, the pig plays a fundamental role on the very fabric of society, both as an available source of food ...

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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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  • Protection of Piglets against Edema Disease by

    Edema disease (ED) in piglets is caused by Shiga toxin Stx2e-producing Escherichia coli. We show that a genetically disarmed Stx2e toxoid is a safe antigen that generates antiserum protecting piglets against the Stx2e toxin. Immunization of suckling piglets with the Stx2e toxoid was safe, had no adverse effects on growth of the piglets, and resulted in effective prevention of edema disease ...

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  • Protein Level and Infantile Diarrhea in a Postweaning ...

    Infantile diarrhea is a serious public health problem around worldwide and results in millions of deaths each year. The levels and sources of dietary protein are potential sources of diarrhea, but the relationship between the pathogenesis causes of infantile diarrhea and protein intake remains poorly understood. Many studies have indicated that the key to understanding the relationship between ...

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  • Calling by Domestic Piglets during Simulated

    2013-12-13 · This study examined whether piglet distress vocalizations vary with age, body weight and health status, according to the predictions of the honest signalling of need evolutionary model. Vocalizations were recorded during manual squeezing (a simulation of being crushed by mother sow) and during isolation on Days 1 and 7 after birth in piglets from 15 litters.

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  • Maternal short-chain fructo-oligosaccharide ...

    Piglet growth during lactation was not impacted by maternal diet supplementation . Similarly, no effects of maternal diet and post-weaning diet were observed on body weight at PND 56 ( Table 2 ), and neither on food intake during the month after weaning from PND 28 to PND 56 (data not shown).

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  • An investigation of passive antibody and its effects on ...

    2020-2-5 · supplemented by maternal immune components, in particular, passive antibodies and immune cells provided in mammary secretions. The role of maternal immunity in the protection of neonates against enteric disease was first recognized through research on transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGEV) (Bohl and Saif, 1975; Saif et al., 1972).

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  • Administration of non-pathogenic isolates of

    2016-8-30 · Administration of non-pathogenic isolates of Escherichia coli and Clostridium perfringens type A to piglets in a herd affected with a high incidence of neonatal diarrhoea - Volume 11 Issue 4

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  • Critical factors impacting pre-weaning piglet health |

    2021-3-15 · This is an application for authorisation to place on the market microbiologically produced 3-fucosyllactose (3FL).as a novel food. The 3-FL discussed in this dossier is manufactured through fermentation by a genetically modified microorganism (GMM) and purified to ≥90% purity.

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  • Summary of the dossier: 3-fucosyllactose Applicant:

    c. The cardiovascular and integumentary systems. d. The skin, kidney, and endocrine systems. A. A child has a 2-day history of vomiting and diarrhea. He has hypoactive bowel sounds and an irregular pulse. Electrolyte values are sodium, 139 mEq/L; potassium, 3.3 mEq/L; and calcium, 9.5 mg/dL.

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  • High levels of unreported intraspecific diversity

    2019-12-5 · Background. Diarrhoea is a major cause of death in neonate pigs and most of the viruses that cause it are RNA viruses. Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) deeply characterize the genetic diversity among rapidly mutating virus populations at the interspecific as well as the intraspecific level.

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  • High levels of unreported intraspecific diversity

    2019-12-5 · Diarrhoea is a major cause of death in neonate pigs and most of the viruses that cause it are RNA viruses. Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) deeply characterize the genetic diversity among rapidly mutating virus populations at the interspecific as well as the intraspecific level. The diversity of RNA viruses present in faeces of neonatal piglets suffering from diarrhoea in 47 farms, plus 4 ...

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  • Perspective: Integration to Implementation (I-to-I)

    2020-3-1 · Introduction. The “integration to effective implementation” (I-to-I) concept has been previously introduced by the Micronutrient Forum ().Briefly stated, the I-to-I approach is an effort to promote global health by providing a comprehensive framework to address: 1) the range of components of the “nutritional ecology” (Figure 1), and 2) the need to engage the multiple stakeholders ...

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  • Swine enteric coronavirus disease: A review of 4

    Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) is the major cause of diarrhea and death in neonatal calves and piglets. Anti-ETEC IgY was found to be effective in controlling diarrhea of new-born calves and piglets. Salmonella spp are also often pathogenic to human and animals. Anti-Salmonella IgY can provide a prophylactic function to prevent ...

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  • Immunotherapeutic Potential of Antibodies

    Of nursery age pigs, the percentage of sites where PCVAD was known or suspected to have caused sickness or mortality in 1 or more pigs during the previous 12 months in farms with <2,000 animals was 4.4%, farms with 2,000–10,000 animals had 10.4%, and …

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  • Porcine Circovirus Type 2 and Porcine Circovirus ...

    Abstract. Optimal nutrition early in life is critical to ensure proper structural and functional development of infant organ systems. Although pediatric nutrition historically has emphasized research on the relation between nutrition, growth rates, and gastrointestinal maturation, efforts increasingly have focused on how nutrition influences neurodevelopment.

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  • Early-Life Nutrition and Neurodevelopment: Use of

    2019-8-26 · Introduction ‘The human microbiota is the focus of one of the most dynamic research fields of our time’ – with this sentence starts a recent Cell review on the human gut microbiome (Schmidt et al., 2018).When looking to the coverage of microbiome research in Nature, Science, Cell and their sister journals, this judgement is by no means an exaggeration.

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  • Problems with the concept of gut microbiota

    2017-2-16 · The herd described in this case is a hyper prolific sow herd of 550 sows, producing over 30 weaned piglets per sow per year. In 2011, the nursing strategy was a cross fostering strategy where some nursing sows nursed two successive litters, during one lactation (foster sows) [6, 11].However, the main side effect of this strategy within this herd was the early weaning of piglets 1) to create ...

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  • The effect of double nursing, an alternative nursing ...

    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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  • Publication : USDA ARS

    The virus causes a severe diarrhea in suckling pigs leading to a high mortality rate which resulted in about an 8% reduction in the total US pig crop during the first year of the epidemic. Although losses attributed to PEDV have greatly reduced since then, at the beginning of the 4th year of PEDV in North America there are still many actively ...

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  • Study Protocols 2 of 10 - USDA

    2015-12-14 · Worst: Diarrhea will be ranked on a scale from 1 to 10. (Is it reasonable to expect an observer to differentiate among 10 degrees of severity for diarrhea, even if there was an attempt to provide objective criteria for each?) Better (but still needs improvement): Diarrhea is scored as mild, moderate, or severe. (Three

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  • Golden Bell extract boosts health of piglets - All

    2016-3-1 · Effect of injectable fat-soluble vitamins pre-farrow on piglet number born alive Daniel Carreño, North Carolina State University 18. The effect of sampling strategy on porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) associated gut morphology and immunohistochemistry scores Jessica Davenport, University of …

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  • 2016 AASV Annual Meeting Program

    Hyperprolific maternal line females of today commonly have 14–16 piglets born alive and piglet pre-weaning mortality ranges from 11 to 24% predominantly in the first five d of age, therefore, there is renewed interest in attendance and assistance at farrowing [45, 82]. Moreover, stillbirth rates increase as litter size increases.

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  • Current strategies for reproductive management of

    2017-2-16 · The herd described in this case is a hyper prolific sow herd of 550 sows, producing over 30 weaned piglets per sow per year. In 2011, the nursing strategy was a cross fostering strategy where some nursing sows nursed two successive litters, during one lactation (foster sows) [6, 11].However, the main side effect of this strategy within this herd was the early weaning of piglets 1) to create ...

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  • The effect of double nursing, an alternative nursing ...

    Abstract. Optimal nutrition early in life is critical to ensure proper structural and functional development of infant organ systems. Although pediatric nutrition historically has emphasized research on the relation between nutrition, growth rates, and gastrointestinal maturation, efforts increasingly have focused on how nutrition influences neurodevelopment.

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  • Early-Life Nutrition and Neurodevelopment: Use of

    2009-10-27 · Of nursery age pigs, the percentage of sites where PCVAD was known or suspected to have caused sickness or mortality in 1 or more pigs during the previous 12 months in farms with <2,000 animals was 4.4%, farms with 2,000–10,000 animals had 10.4%, and >10,000 animals reported 20.9% for an overall of 5.7%.

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  • Porcine Circovirus Type 2 and Porcine Circovirus ...

    2020-7-14 · The NC3Rs developed the ARRIVE guidelines in 2010 to help authors and journals identify the minimum information necessary to report in publications describing in vivo experiments. This article explains the rationale behind each item in the revised and updated ARRIVE guidelines 2019, clarifying key concepts and providing illustrative examples.

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  • Reporting animal research: Explanation and

    Maternal and Child Health: Global Challenges, Programs, and Policies . Edited by John Ehiri, PhD, MPH, MSc (Econ.) Our current era of globalization, war, and socioeconomic unrest has revealed public health as a worldwide concern and a major frontier for social justice with maternal and child health at …

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  • Vitamin K | Newborn Nursery | Stanford Medicine

    2021-7-16 · Vitamin K Deficiency Bleeding (aka “Hemorrhagic Disease of the Newborn”) can result. Incidence of VKDB reported varies from 1.5% to 0.001% , depending on population studied and feeding patterns (formula is protective since it’s supplemented with vit K)

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  • Veterinary Clinical Studies - New Bolton Center (VCSN ...

    2021-7-14 · VCSN 630 Equine Neonatology & Intensive Care Medicine. The objectives of this course are to: (1) Introduce students to neonatal physiology and behavior as it applies to the foal; (2) Acquaint students with the clinical signs and pathophysiologic mechanisms of diseases in neonates; and (3) Provide students experience in the neonatal intensive care unit learning monitoring techniques (e.g ...

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  • 2013 AASV Annual Meeting Program

    A serial study to determine piglet vaccination age based on maternal antibody decay, time of infection and potential aerosolization of Mycoplasma hyorhinis Ethan Spronk, University of Minnesota . 15. Evaluation of sleep-wake cycle and behavioral indicators of REM in gestating sows Kathryn Sullivan, University of Pennsylvania. 16.

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  • Strengthening porcine reproductive and respiratory ...

    2020-6-26 · with testing 100% of the processing-age piglet population can be estimated at €0.077 (0.086 USD) per pig weaned. In contrast, to achieve an equivalent testing coverage with the use of individual piglet serum samples, the diagnostic costs associated would be …

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  • Health‐beneficial effects of probiotics: Its mode of ...

    2009-8-1 · ABSTRACT It is now widely recognized that probiotics have health‐beneficial effects on humans and animals. Probiotics should survive in the intestinal tract to exert beneficial effects on the host's health. To keep a sufficient level of probiotic bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, a shorter interval between doses may be required. Although adherence to the intestinal epithelial cell and ...

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  • US Patent for Treatment of pigs with PCV2 antigen

    2016-11-4 · The present invention relates to a method for the treatment or prophylaxis of a PCV2 infection or for reduction of clinical symptoms caused by or associated with a PCV2 infection in animals a) having anti-PCV2 antibodies and/or b) being young piglets of 1 to 22 days of age, comprising the step of administering an effective amount of a PCV2 antigen to that animal in need of such treatment.

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  • Porcine Coronaviruses | SpringerLink

    2020-2-23 · Currently, PHEV, the only porcine betacoronavirus, has a worldwide prevalence (Li et al. 2016).In neonatal piglets devoid of maternal antibodies (generally in those purchased from infection-free herds), PHEV causes either encephalomyelitis or a condition characterised by vomiting and wasting.

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  • Functional Evaluation Model for Lactic Acid Bacteria ...

    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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  • Current and prospective control strategies 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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  • Combating the Threat of Zoonotic Diseases in Animal ...

    2021-5-21 · Porcine rotavirus C. There was a significantly higher prevalence in litters with diarrhea born to gilts compared with those born to multiparous sows. Of 113 piglet fecal samples tested, 76.1% were RVC positive. RVC RNA was detected in higher quantities and significantly more frequently in piglets with diarrhea compared with healthy ones (81 vs ...

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  • Enteric Diseases of Food Animals: Enhanced

    2020-12-4 · Goals Objectives Focus on emerging diseases: We will identify, characterize and develop improved detection and prevention methods related to newly recognized, novel or emerging causes of zoonotic enteric disease and enteric pathogens of food animals. Focus on preventions and interventions: We will develop and improve preventative measures and interventions to reduce the incidence and ...

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  • Short-Chain Fatty Acids and Human Colonic Function:

    2020-6-2 · Application of this, rather limited, technology to humans showed that the breakdown of fiber on transit in humans was surprisingly large for some foods. ... Diarrhea has been shown in rats when they are fed purified diets containing very high levels (10–15%) ... Under the pH conditions (5.5–7.5) thought to apply normally in the human colon ...

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  • Current strategies for reproductive management of

    2015-1-31 · Hyperprolific maternal line females of today commonly have 14–16 piglets born alive and piglet pre-weaning mortality ranges from 11 to 24% predominantly in the first five d of age, therefore, there is renewed interest in attendance and assistance at farrowing [45, 82]. Moreover, stillbirth rates increase as litter size increases.

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  • 2015 AASV Annual Meeting Program

    2015-3-3 · Additional fees apply; must be registered for the regular meeting sessions in order to register for the seminars. Seminar #7: Piglet Diarrhea Seminar chair: Andrew Bents. 8:00 Pathophysiology of piglet diarrhea during and after a PED infection Kurt Rossow 8:35 Porcine deltacoronavirus: What we know so far Kelly Lager

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  • Perspective: Integration to Implementation (I-to-I) and ...

    Introduction. The “integration to effective implementation” (I-to-I) concept has been previously introduced by the Micronutrient Forum ().Briefly stated, the I-to-I approach is an effort to promote global health by providing a comprehensive framework to address: 1) the range of components of the “nutritional ecology” (), and 2) the need to engage the multiple stakeholders involved in ...

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  • (PDF) Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG on Rotavirus

    Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG on Rotavirus-Induced Injury of Ileal Epithelium in Gnotobiotic Pigs. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 2013

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  • An integrated approach to the safety assessment of

    First published in 1958, Diseases of Swine, Tenth Edition is a fully revised and updated version of this classic reference. Now published in association with the American Association of Swine Veterinarians, the Tenth Edition adds new knowledge throughout in a reorganized format to provide more intuitive access to information.

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  • Diseases of Swine | Jeffrey Zimmerman, Locke Karriker ...

    2021-6-3 · CROSS REFERENCE. This application is a continuation of U.S. application Ser. No. 15/359,144, filed on Nov. 22, 2016, which is a divisional of U.S. application Ser. No. 14/232,475, filed Oct. 17, 2014, which is a national stage entry of PCT/GB2012/051686, filed Jul. 13, 2012, which claims the benefit of Great Britain Patent Application No. 1112091.2, filed Jul. 14, 2011, the entire contents of ...

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  • Farmer's Hand Book on Pig Production

    2011-1-24 · Fat diarrhea 67 Post diarrhea 68. viii Farmer's Handbook on Pig Production Salmonellosis 68 Swine Dysentery 68 ... in the wild, but for the commercial production to receive seed, Rs 10000 per piglet to be paid to the National Park and Wild Life Conservation Department of Nepal. Hurra Found in throughout Terai of Nepal. Kept under scavenging ...

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  • Current strategies for reproductive management of

    2015-1-31 · Hyperprolific maternal line females of today commonly have 14–16 piglets born alive and piglet pre-weaning mortality ranges from 11 to 24% predominantly in the first five d of age, therefore, there is renewed interest in attendance and assistance at farrowing [45, 82]. Moreover, stillbirth rates increase as litter size increases.

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  • 2015 AASV Annual Meeting Program

    2015-3-3 · Additional fees apply; must be registered for the regular meeting sessions in order to register for the seminars. Seminar #7: Piglet Diarrhea Seminar chair: Andrew Bents. 8:00 Pathophysiology of piglet diarrhea during and after a PED infection Kurt Rossow 8:35 Porcine deltacoronavirus: What we know so far Kelly Lager

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  • An integrated approach to the safety assessment of

    Introduction. The “integration to effective implementation” (I-to-I) concept has been previously introduced by the Micronutrient Forum ().Briefly stated, the I-to-I approach is an effort to promote global health by providing a comprehensive framework to address: 1) the range of components of the “nutritional ecology” (), and 2) the need to engage the multiple stakeholders involved in ...

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  • Perspective: Integration to Implementation (I-to-I) and ...

    Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG on Rotavirus-Induced Injury of Ileal Epithelium in Gnotobiotic Pigs. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 2013

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  • (PDF) Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG on Rotavirus

    E arly weaning (21 days) is very stressful for the piglet and causes an increase in the number of fights among piglets in order to establish social order and hierarchy. 1 Fighting may cause the death of some piglets. 2 This agonistic postweaning behavior makes the pigs less economically efficient, since feed conversion is poor and growth rate is low. . Thus, many researchers have tried to ...

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  • Fuentes M, Otal J, Hevia ML, et al. Effect of olfactory ...

    2021-5-31 · Antibiotic use in swine production contributes to the emergence and spread of resistant bacteria, which poses a threat on human health. Therefore, alternative approaches must be developed. The objective of this work was the characterization of the probiotic properties of a Ligilactobacillus salivarius strain isolated from sow's milk and its application as an inoculated fermented feed to ...

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  • Frontiers | Replacement of Metaphylactic

    Diseases of Swine, 11th Edition (VetBooks.ir)

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  • (PDF) Diseases of Swine, 11th Edition (VetBooks.ir ...

    2014-12-6 · 如何成功免疫PRRS 2014李曼养猪大会_畜牧兽医_农林牧渔_专业资料 如何成功免疫PRRS How to successfully fight against PRRS by immunization --“瑞兰安”田间试验带来的启示 – the field experiences of Rui Lan An vaccine 王科文 Kewen Wang 硕腾

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