Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 16/08/2022Microbiota and microminerals
Bacteria, yeasts and other microorganisms of the microbiota help the bioavailability of microminerals by animals.
Jerson AndrĂ©s CuĂ©llar SĂˇenz - 9/06/2022Status of the most important pathologies in poultry farming in Latin America
Latin America has an outstanding position in the world poultry industry, so it is necessary to know which are the most relevant poultry pathologies at present.
Dr. David DĂez Arias - 20/08/2021Prevalence of bacteria isolated from broiler livers in Thailand
The liver is considered, together with the intestine, a key organ in intensive poultry farming, since it is responsible for two fundamental functions such as detoxification, and the synthesis of proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. The first line of...
Dr. David DĂez Arias - 17/04/2019Impact of necrotic enteritis in birds and its prevention through the use of a natural additive based on cimenol ring
La enteritis necrĂłtica (NE) es una infecciĂłn aguda producida por el microorganismo gram-positivo Clostridium perfringens, que se caracteriza por la necrosis severa de la mucosa intestinal. Es una de las patologĂas aviares mĂˇs importantes a nivel...
Dra. Elvira Cano - 5/12/2017Resistance to antibiotics
The use of plant extracts for the treatment of infectious diseases has been practiced since ancient times; however, theÂ history of antibioticsÂ begins at the beginning of the 20th century, with the finding of RudolfÂ VonÂ Emmerich, a German...
Dr. David DĂez Arias - 14/11/2017Emerging and opportunistic pathogens
During the recent years, new diseases, or diseases associated with non-pathogenic microorganisms are appearing more frequently under normal conditions. These diseases are due to the so-called emerging pathogens and opportunistic pathogens.