Feeding, biosecurity and concomitant diseases as factors involved in the perpetuation of Salmonella in the farm.
Nowadays several laboratory techniques allow to evaluate the cellular immune response.
IPigVet08-Jun-2018I also believe that the authors are too definite in their conclusions. What this study shows very well is that depending on what kind of question you want to answer you have to use different types of samples and sampling techniques. There is no such thing as "one size fits all" in diagnostics.
The pharmaceuticals company intends to use this takeover to continue expanding its herd-specific vaccine business.
This article discuss about the protection of the placenta, the colostrum, the immunity conferred by milk and the congenital acquired immunity of the piglet.
mcrisol23-May-2018Your comment I find it very interesting Stephen, thanks!you can find some more information about the correct development of the replacements animals in a recent article published in the site, here https://www.pig333.com/articles/preparing-the-gilt-health-aspects_13429/
Montse Torremorell speaks about different alternatives that are being explored to obtain live animal samples at a reasonable cost.
hendrik jan15-Jul-2018intresante articulo
The immune, endocrine and central nervous systems communicate through anatomical and hormonal-neuropeptides pathways.
Most infections with occupational diseases occur at slaughter, when humans handle potentially infected meat or body fluids. We’ll introduce two major ones here: erysipelas and S. suis infection.
The skin is the first defensive line, as is the largest organ of the body.
Alex Eggen17-Apr-2018Very interesting and highly detailed and illustrative information.
It also shows the mechanism on how viral, bacterial and even subunit vaccines will/can work. Only for every vaccine antigen/adjuvant combination it will always be necessary to prove both safety and efficay when administered in the immune competent layers of the skin.