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

    Infantile diarrhea is usually distinguished as acute for diarrhea continuing exist for about 2 weeks or acting as a chronic disease if the diarrhea lasts beyond 2 weeks . Diarrhea disease induces high morbidity and mortality in children younger than five years . Generally speaking, gastrointestinal illnesses are a major cause of infantile diarrhea, which induces severe morbidity and mortality among young …

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  • Maternal investment, sibling competition, and

    2011-1-12 · In conclusion, piglet mortality caused by maternal crushing of piglets with no teat success and starvation caused by sibling competition, increased with increasing litter size for most sow parities. This resulted in a more or less constant number of surviving piglets at the time of weaning and suggests that 10 to 11 piglets could be close to the upper limit that the domestic sow is capable of taking care of.

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  • Evidence for a common mucosal immune system in

    2015-7-1 · Oral antigen exposure in newborn piglets induces oral immunity in response to systemic vaccination in later life (Pasternak et al. (in press)) For the first 24–36 h after birth, the gut of pigs exists in a semi-permeable state to facilitate uptake of maternal antibodies and other macromolecules and maternal cells ( Lecce and Matrone, 1960 , Nechvatalova et al., 2011 , Nguyen et al., 2007 , Rooke …

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  • Maternal regulation of offspring development in

    2013-12-1 · Thus, the epigenetic programming of female piglet uterine tissue development is regulated by maternal signals via milk. 4.1. Immune function molecules in milk. The first evidence of maternal effects on offspring via milk was the existence of maternal immunoglobulins in milk and their immunoprotective effect on her offspring (Fitzsimmons et al., 1994). In humans and other species with hemochorial …

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  • INVITED REVIEW: Piglet mortality: Management

    Grinding is preferable to clipping, but it is not clear that any form of teeth resection is beneficial. The Norwegian Pig Health Service advises farmers to grind the teeth instead of clipping because this is considered less likely to open the pulp cavity with the associated risk of …

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  • Nutrition and feeding of swine - ScienceDirect

    2020-1-1 · Providing high-protein diets to piglets post weaning usually increases ADFI, but incidence of post weaning diarrhea (PWD) is greater. 45 Crude protein content of weaned pig's diet may range between 210 and 245 g/kg to support maximum lean growth. 46 However, because pancreatic and brush border proteolytic enzymes are not fully established at weaning, piglets' are limited in their ability to …

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  • Status of vaccine research and development for

    2016-6-3 · A successful strategy to control childhood diarrhea caused by Shigella would need to employ all effective diarrheal disease prevention and treatment interventions—including not only vaccines but also improved sanitation and hygiene, access to clean and potable water, and exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life—to help ensure long-term success and maximum impact. While a comprehensive approach to diarrhea …

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  • Glutamine and glutamate: Nonessential or essential

    2015-9-1 · Glutamine is also an important signaling molecule, often acting by activation of the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) , stimulating anabolic functions such as protein synthesis, cell growth and differentiation, and inhibiting catabolic functions such as protein …

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  • Problems with the concept of gut microbiota

    2019-8-26 · Loss of diversity has been invoked as a criterion for dysbiosis in many definitions, suggesting a decreased microbial service to the host and thus of lesser microbiota ‘health’. However, authors considering the human gut microbiota from the viewpoint of current ecological theory came to more nuanced evaluations (Coyte et al., 2015). High species diversity is undeniably a characteristic of the …

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  • Life | Free Full-Text | Bromelain a Potential Bioactive ...

    Over time, oral rehydration therapy was introduced, significantly improving patients’ mortality and morbidity with acute infectious diarrhea. Oral rehydration, however, does not hinder the secretion of toxins or alleviate diarrhea . Scientists have demonstrated that bromelain has antidiarrheal properties [128,130]. A study by Mynott et al. (1997) used stem bromelain to demonstrate these antisecretory traits.

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  • Maternal regulation of offspring development in

    2013-6-15 · In placental mammals maternal signaling in earliest life is accomplished through the maternal-placental-fetal connection, ... the epigenetic programming of female piglet uterine tissue development is regulated by maternal signals via milk. ... where breastfeeding is an important factor protecting against diarrhea and other diseases.

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  • [PDF] Effects of Early Intervention with Maternal Fecal ...

    We investigated the effects of early intervention with maternal fecal microbiota and antibiotics on gut microbiota and the metabolites. Five litters of healthy neonatal piglets (Duroc × Landrace × Yorkshire, nine piglets in each litter) were used. Piglets in each litter were orally treated with saline (CO), amoxicillin treatment (AM), or maternal fecal microbiota transplantation (MFMT) on ...

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  • Maternal investment, sibling competition, and

    2011-1-12 · The aim of this study was to examine the effects of litter size and parity on sibling competition, piglet survival, and weight gain. It was predicted that competition for teats would increase with increasing litter size, resulting in a higher mortality due to maternal infanticide (i.e., crushing) and starvation, thus keeping the number of surviving piglets constant.

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  • Effects of Early Intervention with Maternal Fecal ...

    2018-12-6 · 4.2. Preparation of Maternal Fecal Microbiota Suspension. The preparation of the suspension followed the procedure of a previous study . In brief, approximately 50 g fresh anaerobically maternal feces from a candidate pregnant sow was mixed with 250 mL sterile 0.9% NaCl solution. The mixture was homogenized and filtered with sterile gauze.

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  • Nutrition and feeding of swine - ScienceDirect

    2020-1-1 · Genetic selection for increased piglet survival appears to have augmented glycogen retention in liver and muscle tissues during fetal life. 27. After the colostrum production, milk secretion starts from second d of lactation. 28 Peak milk yield occurs around d …

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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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  • (PDF) Maternal investment, sibling competition, and ...

    Maternal investment, sibling competition, and offspring survival with increasing litter size and parity in pigs (Sus scrofa) Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 2011. Knut Bøe. Inger Andersen. Knut Bøe. Inger Andersen. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper.

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

    2020-7-21 · The blocking effects of maternal antibodies have been demonstrated for both enteric and respiratory vaccines, such as RV (37–39), swine influenza (40, 41), bovine respiratory syncytial virus , and bovine viral diarrhea virus (43–45). These studies have suggested that for live vaccines, the presence of maternal antibodies may result in low ...

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  • Status of vaccine research and development for

    2016-6-3 · 1. About the disease and pathogen. Shigellosis is caused by the ingestion of bacteria of the genus Shigella.Three species of Shigella are responsible for the majority of infections: S. flexneri is the most frequently isolated species worldwide, accounting for most cases in the least-developed countries; S. sonnei is more common in low- and middle-income countries; and S. dysenteriae has ...

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  • Diarrhea, Diarrhoea - Issue 16 Dialogue on Diarrhoea ...

    2019-8-31 · DDOnline Diarrhoea Dialogue Online Issue 16 February 1984 Page 1 2. Diarrhoea and immunization - a valuable ally? Disentangling the causes of early childhood death in the developing world is complicated. The='dd15.htm'>last issue of Diarrhoea Dialogue discussed the dangerous partnership between malnutrition and diarrhoeal disease.Improved feeding and widespread use of oral rehydration …

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  • Maternal regulation of offspring development in

    2013-6-15 · In placental mammals maternal signaling in earliest life is accomplished through the maternal-placental-fetal connection, ... the epigenetic programming of female piglet uterine tissue development is regulated by maternal signals via milk. ... where breastfeeding is an important factor protecting against diarrhea and other diseases.

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  • [PDF] Effects of Early Intervention with Maternal Fecal ...

    We investigated the effects of early intervention with maternal fecal microbiota and antibiotics on gut microbiota and the metabolites. Five litters of healthy neonatal piglets (Duroc × Landrace × Yorkshire, nine piglets in each litter) were used. Piglets in each litter were orally treated with saline (CO), amoxicillin treatment (AM), or maternal fecal microbiota transplantation (MFMT) on ...

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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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  • (PDF) Maternal investment, sibling competition, and ...

    Maternal investment, sibling competition, and offspring survival with increasing litter size and parity in pigs (Sus scrofa) Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 2011. Knut Bøe. Inger Andersen. Knut Bøe. Inger Andersen. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper.

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  • Diarrhea, Diarrhoea - Issue 16 Dialogue on Diarrhoea ...

    2019-8-31 · DDOnline Diarrhoea Dialogue Online Issue 16 February 1984 Page 1 2. Diarrhoea and immunization - a valuable ally? Disentangling the causes of early childhood death in the developing world is complicated. The='dd15.htm'>last issue of Diarrhoea Dialogue discussed the dangerous partnership between malnutrition and diarrhoeal disease.Improved feeding and widespread use of oral rehydration …

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  • Molecular Physiology and Pathophysiology of

    2020-5-13 · I. INTRODUCTION. Among the many transitional processes that take place in newborn infants, jaundice is arguably the most visible, and also the most common cause for diagnostic and therapeutic interventions during the first days of life (306, 329, 440, 491, 627).Neonatal jaundice (NNJ) is caused by the accumulation of unconjugated bilirubin (UCB) in blood and tissues.

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  • JCM | Free Full-Text | Role of Vitamin A in the Immune ...

    2021-7-15 · Paper Digest: Recent Papers on Chlamydia. To help researchers quickly catch up the most recent work in health science, Paper Digest Team extracted all recent Chlamydia related papers on our radar, and list them in this article. This article will be updated on a daily basis to reflect new progresses in this area. (Last updated on: 2021-07-14)

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  • Review on Rotavirus - Canada.ca

    2021-7-9 · Lecce JG, King MW, Dorsey WE. Rearing regimen producing piglet diarrhea (rotavirus) and its relevance to acute infantile diarrhea. Science. 1978;199:766-78. Return to footnote 79 referrer. Footnote 80. Sharieff W, Bhutta Z, Schauer C et al. Micronutrients (including zinc) reduce diarrhoea in children: The Pakistan Sprinkles Diarrhoea Study.

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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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  • Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus: current insights | VAAT

    Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus: current insights Chaochao Lv,1,* Yan Xiao,1,* Xiangdong Li,1 Kegong Tian,1,2 1National Research Center for Veterinary Medicine, Luoyang, People's Republic of China; 2College of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Henan Agricultural University, Zhengzhou, People's Republic of China *These authors contributed equally to this review Abstract: Porcine epidemic ...

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  • Histone H1 Proteins Act As Receptors for the 987P

    The tip adhesin FasG of the 987P fimbriae of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli mediates two distinct adhesive interactions with brush border molecules of the intestinal epithelial cells of neonatal piglets. First, FasG attaches strongly to sulfatide with hydroxylated fatty acyl chains. This interaction involves lysine 117 and other lysine residues of FasG.

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  • Frontiers | Immunoglobulin Y for Potential Diagnostic

    Antiviral, antibacterial, and antiparasitic drugs and vaccines are essential to maintaining the health of humans and animals. Yet, their production can be slow and expensive, and efficacy lost once pathogens mount resistance. Chicken immunoglobulin Y (IgY) is a highly conserved homolog of human immunoglobulin G (IgG) that has shown benefits and a favorable safety profile, primarily in animal ...

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  • Bifidobacterium for Infants: Essence and Efficacy ...

    Abstract. Bifidobacteria are the predominant bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract of an infant. The colonization pattern of the bifidobacteria is affected by mode of delivery and types of feeding. Newborns from vaginal delivery are firstly exposed to maternal vaginal, fecal, and skin bacteria, such as Lactobacillus, Prevotella, and Atopobium.

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  • NuPro in swine diets - Engormix

    2007-9-17 · Weaning is a considerable challenge to the young piglet and represents a critical period in its life. It is also the period that establishes future growth and development. It is now well known that both the weight of the piglet at weaning and its growth rate in the 7–10 day period post-weaning influence subsequent growth rate and efficiency ...

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  • Journal of Animal Science | Standard Journal

    The ISSN of Journal of Animal Science is 0021-8812 . An ISSN is an 8-digit code used to identify newspapers, journals, magazines and periodicals of all kinds and on all media–print and electronic. The ISSN (Online) of Journal of Animal Science is 1525-3163 .

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  • Paper Digest: Recent Papers on Chlamydia – Paper

    2021-7-15 · Paper Digest: Recent Papers on Chlamydia. To help researchers quickly catch up the most recent work in health science, Paper Digest Team extracted all recent Chlamydia related papers on our radar, and list them in this article. This article will be updated on a daily basis to reflect new progresses in this area. (Last updated on: 2021-07-14)

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  • No matter how often I read about treatments like this,

    2013-6-18 · It’s been a while since I’ve written about MMS. You remember MMS, don’t you? It’s an abbreviation for “miracle mineral solution,” a solution first promoted by a man who is inaptly named Jim Humble. Basically, as I’ve described in multiple blog posts, MMS is bleach, specifically chlorine dioxide (ClO2). I first became acutely aware of […]

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  • UCC Research Profiles: Paul Ross, Science, Engineering

    'Life under stress: the probiotic stress response and how it may be manipulated' Corcoran, BM and Stanton, C and Fitzgerald, G and Ross, RP (2008) 'Life under stress: the probiotic stress response and how it may be manipulated'. Current Pharmaceutical Design, 14 (14):1382-1399 (2008)

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  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental

    The optimal duration of the service period for livestock breeding, namely the Holsteinized black- mottled breed of the Ural type is considered to be 81-120 days. An increase in the duration of the service period does not lead to an increase in milk yield, but affects the duration of productive longevity of dairy cows.

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  • Frontiers | The control of classical swine fever in wild ...

    2015-11-6 · Classical swine fever (CSF) is a viral disease with severe economic consequences for domestic pigs. Natural hosts for the CSF virus (CSFV) are members of the family Suidae, i.e., Eurasian wild boar (sus scrofa) are also susceptible. CSF in wild boar poses a serious threat to domestic pigs. CSFV is an enveloped RNA virus belonging to the pestivirus genus of the Flaviviridae family.

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  • Antimicrobial Use and Resistance in Animals | Clinical ...

    Beef]. Pneumonia and diarrhea are major causes of calf mortality, and calves are often treated with individual or group medication [].A variety of important viral infections contribute to pneumonia and diarrhea, but bacterial agents (e.g., Escherichia coli, pasteurellae, Haemophilus spp., and Salmonella spp.) may also be involved. Shipping fever complex (pneumonia) is a major feedlot health ...

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  • The Impact of the Milk Glycobiome on the Neonate

    2019-7-17 · Human milk is a complete source of nourishment for the infant. Exclusive breastfeeding not only sustains the infant’s development but also guides the proliferation of a protective intestinal microbiota. Among the many components of milk that modulate the infant gut microbiota, the milk glycans, which comprise free oligosaccharides, glycoproteins, and glycolipids, are increasingly …

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  • Housing, Husbandry, and Welfare of Swine

    2010-2-1 · Housing, Husbandry, and Welfare of Swine ISSN: 1052-5378 United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Library 10301 Baltimore Blvd.

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  • Physiology and Pathophysiology of Purinergic ...

    2007-4-1 · ATP acting on inotropic P2X receptors evokes excitatory junction potentials (EJPs), increase in intracellular calcium ([Ca 2+] i), and fast contraction; while occupation of metabotropic α 1-adrenoceptors leads to production of inositol trisphosphate (IP 3), increase in [Ca 2+] i, and slow contraction. Neuropeptide Y (NPY) stored in large ...

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  • Snout secrets (you may not know) - Mini Pig Info

    Swine definition, any stout, cloven-hoofed artiodactyl of the Old World family Suidae, having a thick hide sparsely covered with coarse hair, a disklike snout, and an often short, tasseled tail: now of worldwide distribution and hunted or raised for its meat and other products. See more.

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  • Review on Rotavirus - Canada.ca

    2021-7-9 · Lecce JG, King MW, Dorsey WE. Rearing regimen producing piglet diarrhea (rotavirus) and its relevance to acute infantile diarrhea. Science. 1978;199:766-78. Return to footnote 79 referrer. Footnote 80. Sharieff W, Bhutta Z, Schauer C et al. Micronutrients (including zinc) reduce diarrhoea in children: The Pakistan Sprinkles Diarrhoea Study.

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  • Animal models of gastrointestinal and liver diseases ...

    2019-10-29 · Piglet studies showed that a midjejunal resection leads to better nutrient absorption and clinical outcome than distal small intestinal resection . The third type of small bowel resection is removal of distal small intestinal segments, resulting initially in a jejunostomy with a stoma creation until later reanastomosis (e.g., after 6–8 wk).

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  • Oral Administration of Citrus Extracts in Suckling Piglets

    Piglet mortality was 13.4% in NC group and 3.9% in CE group in a single dose on the third day of life. The villous length in the duodenum was 24% higher (P <0.01) in piglets receiving CE. The administration of CE increased 19% (P = 0.02) the villous length of the ileum region of suckling piglets.

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    Piglet mortality was 13.4% in NC group and 3.9% in CE group in a single dose on the third day of life. The villous length in the duodenum was 24% higher (P <0.01) in piglets receiving CE. The administration of CE increased 19% (P = 0.02) the villous length of the ileum region of suckling piglets.

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  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental

    The optimal duration of the service period for livestock breeding, namely the Holsteinized black- mottled breed of the Ural type is considered to be 81-120 days. An increase in the duration of the service period does not lead to an increase in milk yield, but affects the duration of productive longevity of dairy cows.

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  • Frontiers | Immunoglobulin Y for Potential Diagnostic

    Antiviral, antibacterial, and antiparasitic drugs and vaccines are essential to maintaining the health of humans and animals. Yet, their production can be slow and expensive, and efficacy lost once pathogens mount resistance. Chicken immunoglobulin Y (IgY) is a highly conserved homolog of human immunoglobulin G (IgG) that has shown benefits and a favorable safety profile, primarily in animal ...

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  • Early life starvation has stronger intra-generational

    Souhrn. Resource availability during development shapes not only adult phenotype but also the phenotype of subsequent offspring. When resources are absent and periods of starvation occur in early life, such developmental stress often influences key life-history traits in a way that benefits individuals and their offspring when facing further bouts of starvation.

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  • Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences - PAS Journals ...

    2021-7-13 · Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences accepts short communications, original papers and review articles from the field of, widely understood, veterinary sciences - basic, clinical, environmental, animal-origin food hygiene, feed hygiene, etc. . The language of the Journal is English. The Journal is owned in equal parts by the Polish Academy of Sciences Committee of Veterinary Sciences and by ...

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  • Snout secrets (you may not know) - Mini Pig Info

    2013-6-18 · It’s been a while since I’ve written about MMS. You remember MMS, don’t you? It’s an abbreviation for “miracle mineral solution,” a solution first promoted by a man who is inaptly named Jim Humble. Basically, as I’ve described in multiple blog posts, MMS is bleach, specifically chlorine dioxide (ClO2). I first became acutely aware of […]

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  • Pigs (new, with animal welfare information) | Infonet ...

    2021-7-11 · Give extra 1kg/day one week before serving gilts and sows and one week after service. Give lactating sows 2.5 kg/day of sow and weaner meal for maintenance and 0.25 kg/day extra for each piglet being suckled. Boars Give boars 2.0-2.5 kg/day of pig sow and weaner. If …

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    A decrease in the dose of the lgl tumor suppressor increases life span of Drosophila in stress and is related to the maternal effect. A desensitized state of the beta adrenergic receptor not associated with high-affinity agonist occupancy. A diagnostic for Cox regression with discrete failure-time models.

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  • Clinical practice parameters for hemodynamic support

    2019-8-5 · nates and Children with Septic Shock. Participants: Society of Critical Care Medicine members with special interest in neonatal and pediatric septic shock were identified from general solicitation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Educational and Scientific Symposia (2001–2006). Methods: The Pubmed/MEDLINE literature database (1966–2006) was searched using the keywords and phrases ...

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    ### Western society for clinical investigation #### Plenary session ##### 9:30 AM ###### Thursday, January 23, 2020 ###### 1 Predictive value of CT for endoscopically refractory uncontrolled variceal bleeding in cirrhotic patients requiring portal venous intervention J Pham* J Kalantari C Ji J Chang SC Kiang UE Oyoyo D Jin RT Tomihama Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA Purpose of study The ...

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  • New Pharmacologic Approaches to

    2021-3-25 · Correspondence: Steven M Donn. University of Michigan, 8-621 C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, 1540 E. Medical Center Drive, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109-4254, USA. Tel +1 734 763-4109. Fax +1 734 763-7728. Email [email protected] Abstract: Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia is the most common long-term respiratory morbidity of preterm infants, with the ...

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  • Veterinary medicine : Cetartiodactyla

    2014-5-8 · Both the Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. manufactured vaccine and the vaccine produced by the Alberta Research Council - Biologics fermentation facility demonstrated significant effectiveness and the most effective commercial-vaccine formulation resulted in a 99.56% or 2.35 log reduction in the amount of bacteria shed in manure, and a 70% reduction ...

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  • Antioxidantien und das Immunsystem - Dr. Rath

    2011-1-4 · Putative cis-acting regulatory DNA elements involved in auxin response, light signaling transduction and abiotic stress adaption were observed in the promoters of ZmIAA genes. Expression data mining suggested maize Aux/IAA genes have temporal and spatial expression pattern.

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    Cerca nel più grande indice di testi integrali mai esistito. Biblioteca personale

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  • Pigs (new, with animal welfare information) | Infonet ...

    2021-7-11 · Give extra 1kg/day one week before serving gilts and sows and one week after service. Give lactating sows 2.5 kg/day of sow and weaner meal for maintenance and 0.25 kg/day extra for each piglet being suckled. Boars Give boars 2.0-2.5 kg/day of pig sow and weaner. If …

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

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  • Clinical practice parameters for hemodynamic support

    2019-8-5 · nates and Children with Septic Shock. Participants: Society of Critical Care Medicine members with special interest in neonatal and pediatric septic shock were identified from general solicitation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine Educational and Scientific Symposia (2001–2006). Methods: The Pubmed/MEDLINE literature database (1966–2006) was searched using the keywords and phrases ...

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  • Physiology and Pathophysiology of Purinergic ...

    2007-4-1 · I. INTRODUCTION. It is nearly 35 years ago that I published a paper entitled “Purinergic Nerves” in Pharmacological Reviews ().It was a new hypothesis backed by some good evidence for ATP as a neurotransmitter in nonadrenergic, noncholinergic nerves supplying the gut and bladder and included every hint that I could find to support the possible involvement of purinergic signaling in ...

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    2021-3-21 · LibriVox is a hope, an experiment, and a question: can the net harness a bunch of volunteers to help bring books in the public domain to life through podcasting? LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain, and then we release the audio files back onto the net.

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    Maternal Deaths Continue to Be on the Upswing in the US; Female Directors in Hollywood Owned 2019 Beware the Deepfakes: How Social Media Sites Are Dealing with this Worrying Technology Shared Data and Collaboration the Secret to Keeping AVs Safe; Out …

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

    Infantile diarrhea is usually distinguished as acute for diarrhea continuing exist for about 2 weeks or acting as a chronic disease if the diarrhea lasts beyond 2 weeks . Diarrhea disease induces high morbidity and mortality in children younger than five years . Generally speaking, gastrointestinal illnesses are a major cause of infantile diarrhea, which induces severe morbidity and mortality among young …

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  • Maternal investment, sibling competition, and

    2011-1-12 · In conclusion, piglet mortality caused by maternal crushing of piglets with no teat success and starvation caused by sibling competition, increased with increasing litter size for most sow parities. This resulted in a more or less constant number of surviving piglets at the time of weaning and suggests that 10 to 11 piglets could be close to the upper limit that the domestic sow is capable of taking care of.

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  • Evidence for a common mucosal immune system in

    2015-7-1 · Oral antigen exposure in newborn piglets induces oral immunity in response to systemic vaccination in later life (Pasternak et al. (in press)) For the first 24–36 h after birth, the gut of pigs exists in a semi-permeable state to facilitate uptake of maternal antibodies and other macromolecules and maternal cells ( Lecce and Matrone, 1960 , Nechvatalova et al., 2011 , Nguyen et al., 2007 , Rooke …

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  • Maternal regulation of offspring development in

    2013-12-1 · Thus, the epigenetic programming of female piglet uterine tissue development is regulated by maternal signals via milk. 4.1. Immune function molecules in milk. The first evidence of maternal effects on offspring via milk was the existence of maternal immunoglobulins in milk and their immunoprotective effect on her offspring (Fitzsimmons et al., 1994). In humans and other species with hemochorial …

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  • INVITED REVIEW: Piglet mortality: Management

    Grinding is preferable to clipping, but it is not clear that any form of teeth resection is beneficial. The Norwegian Pig Health Service advises farmers to grind the teeth instead of clipping because this is considered less likely to open the pulp cavity with the associated risk of …

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  • Nutrition and feeding of swine - ScienceDirect

    2020-1-1 · Providing high-protein diets to piglets post weaning usually increases ADFI, but incidence of post weaning diarrhea (PWD) is greater. 45 Crude protein content of weaned pig's diet may range between 210 and 245 g/kg to support maximum lean growth. 46 However, because pancreatic and brush border proteolytic enzymes are not fully established at weaning, piglets' are limited in their ability to …

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  • Status of vaccine research and development for

    2016-6-3 · A successful strategy to control childhood diarrhea caused by Shigella would need to employ all effective diarrheal disease prevention and treatment interventions—including not only vaccines but also improved sanitation and hygiene, access to clean and potable water, and exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life—to help ensure long-term success and maximum impact. While a comprehensive approach to diarrhea …

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  • Glutamine and glutamate: Nonessential or essential

    2015-9-1 · Glutamine is also an important signaling molecule, often acting by activation of the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) , stimulating anabolic functions such as protein synthesis, cell growth and differentiation, and inhibiting catabolic functions such as protein …

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  • Problems with the concept of gut microbiota

    2019-8-26 · Loss of diversity has been invoked as a criterion for dysbiosis in many definitions, suggesting a decreased microbial service to the host and thus of lesser microbiota ‘health’. However, authors considering the human gut microbiota from the viewpoint of current ecological theory came to more nuanced evaluations (Coyte et al., 2015). High species diversity is undeniably a characteristic of the …

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  • Life | Free Full-Text | Bromelain a Potential Bioactive ...

    Over time, oral rehydration therapy was introduced, significantly improving patients’ mortality and morbidity with acute infectious diarrhea. Oral rehydration, however, does not hinder the secretion of toxins or alleviate diarrhea . Scientists have demonstrated that bromelain has antidiarrheal properties [128,130]. A study by Mynott et al. (1997) used stem bromelain to demonstrate these antisecretory traits.

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