Browsing by Author Keerqin, Chake

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Mar-2021Detection and Quantification of Clostridium perfringens and Eimeria spp. in Poultry Dust Using Real-Time PCR Under Experimental and Field ConditionsAhaduzzaman, Md ; Keerqin, Chake ; Kumar, Alip ; Musigwa, Sosthene ; Morgan, Natalie ; Kheravii, Sarbast K ; Sharpe, Sue; Williamson, Sarah; Wu, Shu-Biao ; Walkden-Brown, Stephen W ; Gerber, Priscilla F 1-Jul-2021
2017Dietary inclusion of arabinoxylo-oligosaccharides in response to broilers challenged with subclinical necrotic enteritisKeerqin, Chake ; Morgan, Natalie ; Wu, Shubiao ; Swick, Robert A ; Choct, Mingan 17-Apr-2018
Mar-2021Differential expression of intestinal genes in necrotic enteritis challenged broiler chickens with 2 different Clostridium perfringens strainsGharib-Naseri, Kosar ; Kheravii, Sarbast ; Keerqin, Chake ; Swick, Robert A ; Choct, Mingan ; Wu, Shu-Biao 18-May-2021
2015Early feeding and high amino acid level on performance of broilers under subclinical NE challengeKeerqin, Chake ; Wu, Shubiao ; Choct, Mingan 18-Jun-2015
2017An early feeding regime and a high-density amino acid diet on growth performance of broilers under subclinical necrotic enteritis challengeKeerqin, Chake ; Wu, Shubiao ; Svihus, Birger; Swick, Robert A ; Morgan, Natalie ; Choct, Mingan 4-Apr-2017
Mar-2019Effect of arabinoxylo-oligosaccharides and arabinoxylans on net energy and nutrient utilization in broilersMorgan, Natalie K ; Keerqin, Chake ; Wallace, Andrew ; Wu, Shu-Biao ; Choct, Mingan 11-Mar-2019
2016Effects of Crude Ileal and Caecal Flora Mix on Necrotic EnteritisKeerqin, Chake ; Wu, Shubiao ; Swick, Robert A ; Svihus, Birger; Choct, Mingan 30-May-2016
2017Emissions of volatile odorous metabolites by 'Clostridium perfringens' - in vitro study using two broth culturesSharma, Nishchal Kumar ; Keerqin, Chake ; Wu, Shubiao ; Choct, Mingan ; Swick, Robert A 9-Jan-2018
Mar-2020Influence of meat and bone meal, phytase, and antibiotics on broiler chickens challenged with subclinical necrotic enteritis: 1. growth performance, intestinal pH, apparent ileal digestibility, cecal microbiota, and tibial mineralizationZanu, H K ; Keerqin, C ; Kheravii, S K ; Morgan, N K ; Wu, S-B ; Bedford, M R ; Swick, R A 31-Aug-2020
May-2020Influence of meat and bone meal, phytase, and antibiotics on broiler chickens challenged with subclinical necrotic enteritis: 2. intestinal permeability, organ weights, hematology, intestinal morphology, and jejunal gene expressionZanu, H K ; Keerqin, C ; Kheravii, S K ; Morgan, N ; Wu, S-B ; Bedford, M R ; Swick, R A 31-Aug-2020
27-Oct-2017Nutritional Manipulation to Minimise the Impact of Necrotic Enteritis in Broiler ChickensKeerqin, C ; Choct, Mingan ; Wu, Shubiao ; Swick, Robert ; Svihus, Birger28-Aug-2019
-Potential of a mixture of eugenol and garlic tincture to improve performance and intestinal health in broilers under necrotic enteritis challengeKumar, Alip ; Sharma, Nishchal K ; Kheravii, Sarbast K ; Keerqin, Chake ; Ionescu, Catherine; Blanchard, Alexandra; Wu, Shu-biao 21-Oct-2021
Apr-2021Probiotic Bacillus subtilis 29,784 improved weight gain and enhanced gut health status of broilers under necrotic enteritis conditionKeerqin, C ; Rhayat, L; Zhang, Z-H; Gharib-Naseri, K ; Kheravii, S K ; Devillard, E; Crowley, T M ; Wu, S-B 18-May-2021
Apr-2020Reducing protein and supplementing crystalline amino acids, to alter dietary amino acid profiles in birds challenged for subclinical necrotic enteritisHilliar, M ; Keerqin, C ; Girish, C K; Barekatain, R ; Wu, S-B ; Swick, R A 27-Aug-2020
2017Reintroduction of microflora from necrotic enteritis-resistant chickens reduces gross lesions and improves performance of necrotic enteritis-challenged broilersKeerqin, Chake ; Morgan, Natalie ; Wu, Shubiao ; Svihus, Birger; Choct, Mingan 13-Apr-2018
Dec-2019Two different Clostridium perfringens strains produce different levels of necrotic enteritis in broiler chickensGharib-Naseri, K ; Kheravii, S K ; Keerqin, C ; Morgan, N ; Swick, R A ; Choct, M ; Wu, S-B 8-Nov-2019