Animal Health Posters 3

Section: Animal Health (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Wednesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Abundance of microbial virulence genes in rectal swabs from US dairy cows varies by stage of lactation.
E. A. Galbraith
Microbial virulence gene abundance in rectal swabs from US dairy cows with or without gastrointestinal disease symptoms.
A. M. Lange
Prevalence of five enteric pathogens on Ohio dairy farms.
J. Barkley
Advanced molecular spectroscopic techniques for screening mycotoxin concentrations in feed grains for dairy cows in western Canada.
P. Yu
Toxicity of deoxynivalenol and fumonisin B1 in primary bovine rumen epithelial cells and a calf intestinal epithelial cell line.
N. Reisinger
In vitro evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of glycerol monolaurate, lauric acid, and methyl laurate.
L. K. Mamedova
Effect of a Bacillus-based direct-fed microbial on production, health, and reproduction in lactating dairy cattle: A meta-analysis.
C. M. Peter
Feeding whey-based colostrum replacer for the first 14 days of life improves dairy calf performance.
A. J. Geiger
Identification of biomarkers associated with mortality in grain-fed veal calves.
H. Goetz
Transcriptional comparison between total RNA and mRNA isolated from same fecal samples of neonatal dairy calves.
F. Rosa
Comparative transcriptomic analysis of epithelial cell markers across gastrointestinal tissues and fecal RNA isolated from dairy calves.
F. Rosa
Milk metabolites as noninvasive indicators of nutritional status of mid-lactation Holstein and Montbéliarde cows.
P.-A. Billa
Use of circulating metabolites and milk production variables to generate linear regression models for prediction of postpartum liver triglycerides.
C. R. Seely
Antimicrobial usage for the treatment on respiratory diseases in calves: A systematic review.
E. Gürdal
Effect of acupuncture therapy in dairy cows affected by pyometra: A randomized controlled clinical trial.
P. Pinedo
Colostrum supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids and α-tocopherol decreases indicators of oxidative stress and alters plasma fatty acid profile in newborn calves during the first week of life.
J. Opgenorth