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Antibiotics, probiotics and anti-virulence: balancing efficacy and evolution

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Speaker: Prof Sam BROWN, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Drug resistance is an important issue. What about evolutionary robustness in relation of treatment efficacy? Focusing on anti-virulence and anti-resistance features become more and more critical for the development of future solutions vs traditional anti-microbial strategies. Conditional strategies need to be developed to efficiently fight antimicrobial resistance.


6th international Conference on Poultry Intestinal Health (IHSIG)

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Using meta-technologies in understanding how the...

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Speaker: Prof Joël DORE, MICALIS, Metagenopolis, INRA, Paris, France We are an ecosystem, in...

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Approaches to identify biomarkers for intestinal health...

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Speakers: Prof Filip VAN IMMERSEEL, Faculty Vet Medicine, Ghent Univ, Belgium New technologies...

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Campylobacter is not a commensal in chickens and...

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Speaker: Dr Lisa WILLIAMS, Swansea, UK Campylobacter is not a harmless commensal, affecting...

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Why do we need to understand microbial pathogenesis?

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Speaker: Prof Mark STEVENS, the Roslin Institute the Royal School of Vet Studies, Univ of...

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Histomonosis and the molecular repertoire of Histomonas...

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Speaker: Prof Michael HESS, Clinic for Poultry Fish Medicine, Christian Doppler Lab, Univ of...

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Steering immune responses using nutritional...

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Speaker: Prof Adrian SMITH, Oxford, UK How can we analyze nutritional interventions? Assessing...