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Impact of Tiamulin against brachyspira pilosicoli induced\ud Avian intestinal spirochaetosis

Le Roy, Caroline;
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  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Colonisation of birds by Brachyspira pilosicoli can result in avian intestinal\ud spyrochetosis (AIS). AIS is associated with weight loss, decrease egg production and\ud animal death. This disease is an increased burden worldwide and results in\ud important economic losses. Tiamulin TM, an antibiotic of the pleuromutilin family is\ud the most common and efficient way to treat AIS. However, it is badly used in farm\ud due to absence of indications regarding the dose to be used in chickens.\ud Furthermore, B. pilosicoli is becoming increasingly resistant to treatments. This work\ud focused on the NMR-based metabonomics evaluation of AIS by studying the\ud pathogen...
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