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Recent Progress in Understanding Host Mucosal Response to Avian Coccidiosis and Development of Alternative Strategies to Mitigate the Use of Antibiotics in Poultry Production
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Poultry Science
  • Volume 38, Issue 4,  2011, pp.275-284
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Poultry Science
  • DOI : 10.5536/KJPS.2011.38.4.275
 Title & Authors
Recent Progress in Understanding Host Mucosal Response to Avian Coccidiosis and Development of Alternative Strategies to Mitigate the Use of Antibiotics in Poultry Production
Lillehoj, Hyun-Soon; Lee, Sung-Hyen; Jang, Seung-Ik; Kim, Duk-Kyung; Lee, Kyung-Woo;
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 Abstract
As the world population grows and developing countries become more affluent, the global consumption of meat will increase by more than 50% within the next 10 years. Confronting the increased demand for poultry food products are emerging field diseases, increasing regulatory bans of antimicrobial growth promoters, high-density growth conditions, and waste management. Although biotechnology offers solutions to some of these challenges, basic studies are needed to better understand the complex interaction between the intestinal microbiome, host immunity and the environment. This presentation will focus on emerging strategies to enhance gut immunity and to decrease economic losses due to poultry diseases. This presentation will highlight recent developments in coccidiosis research and provide information on host immunity, immunomodulation, and the latest advances in dietary and nutritional approaches against coccidiosis. Such information will magnify our understanding of host-parasite biology, mucosal immunology, and design of future nutritional interventions and vaccination strategies for coccidiosis.
 Keywords
coccidiosis;genomics;host immunity;immunomodulation;phytonutrients;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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