Gut Health

Campylobacter is not a commensal in chickens and compromises gut health and performance

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Speaker: Dr Lisa WILLIAMS, Swansea, UK

Campylobacter is not a harmless commensal, affecting bird health, welfare and performance. There is a changing host-pathogen dynamic, with possible campylobacter mutation, including bacteria gene transfer. Exposure is difficult to prevent and the best way forward is to improve chicken resistance.


6th international Conference on Poultry Intestinal Health (IHSIG)

Gut Health

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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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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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Antibiotics, probiotics and anti-virulence: balancing...

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Speaker: Prof Sam BROWN, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Drug resistance is an important...

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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...