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Human T-lymphotropic virus type I (HTLV-I) is a persistent human retrovirus characterized by life-long infection and risk of developing HAM/TSP, a progressive neurological and inflammatory disease. Despite extensive studies of HTLV-I, a complete understanding of the viral dynamics has been...
Neonates with intestinal failure (IF), who must rely on parenteral nutrition (PN) for growth and maintenance of health, are at risk for intestinal failure-associated liver disease (IFALD). In neonates, short bowel syndrome (SBS) as a result of intestinal resection is the most common cause of IF....
Novel Mucosal Vaccines to Improve Immune and Health Status of Periparturient Dairy Cows and Increase their Productive PotentialsDownload
The transition period is critical for the health and productivity of dairy cows. Feeding high-grain diets immediately after parturition is necessary to support high milk production. However, high-grain diets are associated with acidic rumen pH and alterations in the composition of rumen...
Short-chain fatty acids influence host immunity, mucus secretion and microbial community structure to reduce enteritisDownload
Optimal intestinal health is critical to overall host well-being, and acute and chronic enteric inflammatory diseases impart a significant detrimental impact on Canadians. The consumption of dietary fibre (DF) has long been associated with providing a health benefit to individuals, and regulatory...