Swine influenza is a disease that causes periodic outbreaks in pigs in different areas of the world that negatively impacts animal health and productive performance and can compromise farm viability.
On September 15, Biovet S.A. participated in the Allen D. Leman Conference presenting a poster about the effect of Alquernat Inmuplus on genetic expression in immunostimulant cells and its relationship to increased resistance against infection respiratory reproductive syndrome (PRRS).
Biovet SA, participated in the II International Avian Symposium held in Trujillo between November 21 and 24, 2018. The prevention of pathologies with big impact within the avian sector – source of productivity reduction and the increase of mortality – and animal performance optimization were the main topics discussed.
An in vitro test researched the molecular mechanisms of the immunostimulant effect of a natural product rich in pronutrients.
Pronutrients produce the activation of a target cell, which in this case are macrophages, and induce an increase in the translation of RNA to proteins.
The III International Poultry Course addressed in its first two sessions aspects related to avian immunology: veterinary immunology, anatomophysiological factors in birds related to immunity and concepts of immunomodulators, pronutrients and vaccine plans.
During the meeting, the representative of the Biovet, technical team PhD. Elvira Cano, highlighted the benefits of using mycotoxin binders, natural preservatives and pronutrients, to improve the feeding of the animals and the productive parameters of the farms.