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Gut Environment of Pigs
edited by A. Piva

Gut Environment of Pigs brings recent knowledge of mechanisms which determines the ability of the gastrointestinal tract to withstand damage that potentially may be aimed against it.

Contents

  1. Morphological and Functional Changes in the Small Intestine of the Newly-Weaned Pig
  2. The Role of Polyamines in Intestinal Function and Gut Maturation
  3. Glutamine in Gut Metabolism
  4. The Influence of Feed composition on Protein Metabolism in the Gut
  5. Organic Acid Production in the Large Intestine: Implication for Epithelial Cell Proliferation and Cell Death
  6. Action of N-Butyrate at the Level of Gene Expression in the Colonic Mucosa; Lessons From Pig and Rat Experiments
  7. Micro-Organisms Exert Bioactive and Protective Effects Through the Innate Immune System
  8. Luminal Bacteria: Regulation of Gut Function and Immunity
  9. The Use of Nondigestible Oligosaccharides to Manage the Gastrointestinal Ecosystem
  10. Lectin Microbial Interactions in the Gut
  11. Modulation of the Gut Microflora By Enzyme Addition
  12. Possible Ways of Modifying Type and Amount of Products From Microbial Fermentation in the Gut
  13. Organic Acids Their Efficacy and Modes of Action in Pigs
  14. Safety Aspects on Non-Use of Antimicrobials as Growth Promoters
  15. Current Status and Future Perspectives in EU for Antibiotics, Probiotics, Enzymes and Organic Acids in Animal Nutrition

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