Gut Health

Protective and deleterious intestinal immune responses: the case of a protozoan infection

Speaker: Dr Fabrice LAURENT, Avian Pathology Department, INRA, France

Parasites affect the intestinal integrity. Innate immunity is important, particularly for neonates and young animals, in controlling pathogens in the intestine. Immuno-stimulation of innate immunity is a promising strategy for controlling parasite development. Host microbiota composition is not only important for intestinal immune development but also to modulate host response during infection or immunomodulatory treatments. An optimal microbiota may thus help to resist to parasite challenge.

Advancia Academy 2018: Strengthening intestinal frontier: key for performance - Presentation

Gut Health

Gut Health

Strengthening intestinal frontier: key for performance...

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Speakers: Prof Mingan CHOCT, Univ New England, Australia; Pierre-André GERAERT The intestinal...

Gut Health

Prof Todd APPLEGATE Presentation introduction

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Speaker: Prof Todd APPLEGATE from University of Georgia (USA) introduces his presentation:...

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Intestinal functionality: the dichotomy between nutrient...

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Speaker: Prof Todd APPLEGATE, Poult Sci Dept, Univ Georgia, USA The gut is adaptive and responds...


Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD presentation introduction

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Speaker: Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD, (Univ Hohenheim, Germany) introducing its presentation:...

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Flexibility of intestinal digestive processes to handle...

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Speaker: Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD, Inst Animal Science, Univ Hohenheim, Germany Phytate can be...

Nutritional Requirements

Prof Mike KIDD presentation introduction

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Speaker: Prof Mike KIDD (University of Arkansas, USA), introducing his presentation: Amino...