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Edgar Sanchez Pujals - 28/07/2016

Control of Coccidiosis through a good management

The indiscriminate use of chemical compounds for the control of coccidiosis has developed resistance to certain drugs e.g. Eimeria. Resistance is usually one of the failures in parasite control. The ability of a parasite strain to survive despite...


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Dra NĂşria MartĂ­n Gairal - 30/06/2016

Use of immunostimulants in ruminants

Immunostimulants are substances capable of stimulating the immune system, increasing antibody production or increasing the activity of various immune cells. It is also presented as an alternative to the antibiotics, to reduce the presence of...


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MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 28/06/2016

Early weaning: a challenge for immunity

Weaning in intensive production The urgent needs to meet the growing of humanity needs have become essential to increase food production. In recent years pork production, which occupies an important role in the structure of human nutrition has...


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Dra. Alba Vidal - 23/06/2016

Natural immunostimulants for your pet

A dog’s immune system can be committed because of several factors with diverse backgrounds. Exposure to sudden temperature changes, an excess or lack of humidity in the atmosphere, pollution, internal and external parasites, stress or nutritional...


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Edgar Sanchez Pujals - 21/06/2016

Pronutrients: News in immunostimulants in the market

Immunostimulants enhance disease resistance by increasing in both specific and non-specific defense mechanisms. Many immunostimulants are common dietary nutrients as polysaccharides, lipids or proteins supplied in concentrations higher than normal...


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Plantas naturales - 20/10/2012

Using bioflavonoids in the diet of animals.

The anti-aging treatment in animals (mostly pets) should face the slowdown of biological processes typical of the age and the removal of geriatric diseases. Vitamins C and E have been in use for some time, in addition to carotenoids, selenium, zinc...


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