MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 19/07/2016Swine Salmonellosis: imbalance in the intestine
Products of animal origin are a common source of salmonella infection, one of the most important food-borne pathogens. It is a genus of bacteria of the family Enterobacteriaceae, formed by gram-negative bacilli. Its importance in swine is due,...
Lourdes de las Heras Alegret - 14/06/2016Use of natural additive intestinal regenerator VS Use of antibiotic growth promoter in broilers
The gastrointestinal tract of a bird is a specialized tube that begins at the peak and ends in the sewer. Its primary function is the conversion and digestion of food. The intestine is divided into 5 regions: gut, proventriculus, gizzard, small...
Dr. Enzo Rodríguez - 30/09/2010Mechanism of Avian Intestinal Immunity against Pathogen Microorganisms
In presence of an antigen in intestine, the organism can react of three different ways: 1. Immune exclusion: It consists of avoiding the entrance of the antigen in the organism. It is a non inflammatory process mediated by the specific immune...