Rick van Emous

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Recent surveys and sample collection have confirmed the endemicity of Dermanyssus gallinae in poultry farming worldwide. The reduction in number and efficacy of many acaricide products has accentuated the prevalence rates of this poultry ectoparasite observed more often in non intensive systems such as free-range, barns or backyards and more often in laying(More)
The gastrointestinal (GIT) segment wherein dietary additives, such as butyrate, are released may influence their observed efficacy. Release kinetics are influenced by pH, gastric and enteric motility, retention time in the different GIT segments and enzymes concentration. Unfortunately, none of the available in vitro poultry model mimics accurately these(More)
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