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Recently Published by Swine Team Members

Congratulations to the following swine faculty and educators from the Swine Extension Team who have had their work published recently.
de Nanclares, M. P; M. P. Trudeau; J. O. Hansen; L. T. Mydland; P. E. Urriola; G. C. Shurson; C. P. Akesson; Kjos, N. P. Kjos; M. O. Arntzen; and M. Overland. 2017. High-fiber rapeseed co-product diet for Norwegian Landrace pigs: Effect on digestibility. Livest Sci. 203:1-9. Doi: 10.1016/j.livsci.2017.06.008

Diaz, A; D. Marthaler; C. Corzo; C. Munoz-Zanzi; S. Sreevatsan; M. Culhane; M. Torremorell. 2017. Multiple Genome Constellations of Similar and Distinct Influenza A Viruses Co-Circulate in Pigs During Epidemic Events. Sci. Rep. 7:11886. Doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-11272-3

Diaz, A; D. Marthaler; M. Culhane; S. Sreevatsan; M. Alkhamis; M. Torremorell. 2017. Complete Genome Sequencing of Influenza A Viruses within Swine Farrow-to-Wean Farms Reveals the Emergence, Persistence, and Subsidence of Diverse Viral Genotypes. J. Virology. 91(18). Doi: 10.1128/JVI.00745-17

Fung, L; G. C. Shurson; P. E. Urriola; and L. Baker. 2017. Estimation of energy and nutrient composition of food waste from different sources as potential use in swine diets. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):94. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.12.197

Fung, L; G. C.Shurson; P. E. Urriola; and M. Saqui-Salces. 2017. Effects of mycotoxin-contaminated high-protein distiller's dried grains and mycotoxin mitigation additive on growth performance and plasma glucagon-like peptide-1 concentration of growing-finishing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):140-141. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.290

Hanson, B. W.; Z. K. Zeng; G. C. Shurson; R. Ruan; C. Chen; and P. E. Urriola. 2017. In vitro dry matter digestibility of multiple sources of microalgae and microalgae products for growing pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):188. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527./asasmw.2017.389

Holen, J. P.; Z. J. Rambo; A. M. Hilbrands; and L. J. Johnston. 2017. Effects of dietary zinc source and concentration on performance of growing-finishing pigs reared with reduced floor space. J. Anim. Sci. 95 (Suppl. 2):184. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.380

Hung, YT; A. R. Hanson; G. C. Shurson; and P.E. Urriola. 2017. Peroxidized lipids reduce growth performance of poultry and swine: A meta-analysis. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 231:47-58. Doi: 10.1016/j.anifeedsci.2017.06.013

Kurtz, J. F.; C. Chen; M. P. de Nanclares; M. Trudeau; D. Yao; M. Saqui-Salces; P. E. Urriola; L. T. Mydland; G. C. Shurson; and M. Overland. 2017. Effects of rapeseed feeding on swine metabolome. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):124-125. (Abst.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.258

Li, Y.; S. Cui; X. Yang; B. A. Crooker; S. K. Baidoo; and L. J. Johnston. 2017. Salivary cortisol concentrations of group-based gestating sows: individual vs. group samples. J. Anim. Sci. 95 (Suppl. 2):8-9 (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.018

Li, Y.; H. Zhang; L. J. Johnston; and W. Martin. 2017. Do pigs form social structures: an application of social network analysis?. J. Anim. Sci. 95 (Suppl. 2):7. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.015

Li, Y and L. J. Johnston. 2017. Effect of tail docking on welfare and performance of pigs during nursery and growing-finishing periods. J. Anim. Sci. 95 (Suppl. 2):34. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.073

Linhares, D. C. L; C. Betlach; and R. B. Morrison. 2017. Effect of immunologic solutions on sows and gilts on time to stability, and production losses in breeding herds infected with 1-7-4 PRRSv. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 144 112-116. Doi: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2017.05.024

Manu, H; P. Ren; D. Pangeni; B. Tostenson; X. Yang; A. Tekeste; L. S. Hyup; and S. K. Baidoo. 2017. Effects of frequency and time of feeding during gestation on sow and litter performance. J. Anim. Sci 95 (Suppl. 2):31. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.066

Mielke, J. A.; P. E. Urriola; M. Saqui-Salces; L. J. Johnston; and G. C. Shurson. 2017. Growth performance of nursery pigs fed microalgae carbohydrate product. J. Anim Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):103. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.12.215

Ren, P; X. Yang; S. Cui; J. Kim; D. Menon; D. Pangeni; H. Manu; A. Tekeste; and S. K. Baidoo. 2017. Effects of different feeding levels during three short periods of gestation on gilt and litter performance, nutrient digestibility, and energy homeostasis. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):77-78. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.12.164

Ren, P.; X. Yang; J. Kim; D. Menon; D. Pangeni; H. Manu; A. Tekeste; and S. K. Baidoo. 2017. Plasma acyl ghrelin and nonesterified fatty acids are the best indicators for hunger status in pregnant gilts. J. Anim. Sci. 95 (Suppl. 2):156. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.322

Tekeste, A; H. Manu; P. Ren; D. Pangeni; B. Tostenson; X. Yang; and S. K. Baidoo. 2017. Evaluation of nursery diet complexity on growth performance and carcass traits of pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):107. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.12.223

Tostenson, B; A. Tekeste; D. Pangeni; H. Manu; P. Ren; X. Yang; and S. K. Baidoo. 2017. Influence of ethanol co-products and barley on growth performance and carcass characteristics of growing-finishing pigs in liquid or dry feeding systems. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):43-44. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.093

Trudeau, M. P.; H. Verma; P. E. Urriola; F. Sampedro; G. C. Shurson; and S. M. Goyal. 2017. Survival of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) in thermally treated feed ingredients and on surfaces. Porcine Health Manag. 3:UNSP 17. Doi: 10.1186/s40813-017-0064-3

Vila, M. F.; Z. K. Zeng; P. E. Urriola; G. C. Shurson; and M. Saqui-Salces. 2017. Cytokine Profile in Ileal and Colonic Tissue of Pigs Is Modulated by Different Fiber Sources with and Without Multi-Carbohydrase Enzyme Supplementation. FASEB J. 31(1):1044.1 (Abstr.)

Yang, X; J. Kim; D. Pangeni; A. Tekeste; and S. K. Baidoo. 2017. Ileal digestibility of amino acids in corn condensed distiller's solubles and whole stillage for pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):128. (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.265

Wang, L; D. Yao; P. Urriola; M. Saqui-Salces; G. Shurson; and C. Chen. 2017. Identification of activation of tryptophan-NAD(+) pathway as a central metabolic response to chemical stress from feeding thermally-oxidized soybean oil in mouse through metabolomics-based biochemical analysis. FASEB J. 31(1):148.4 (Abst.)

Zeng, Z. K.; G. C. Shurson; C. Chen; and P. E. Urriola. 2017. Metabolome profile of intestinal content of pigs fed diets with wheat and corn fiber supplemented with multicarbohydrase enzymes. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 4):196 (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasann.2017.397

Zeng, Z. K.; G. C. Shurson; C. Chen; P. E. Urriola. 2017. Effects of adding multienzymes to growing pig diets containing wheat and corn fiber sources on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and digesta viscosity. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):119-120. (Abstr.) 10.2527/asasmw.2017.249

Zeng, Z. K.; G. C. Shurson; and P. E. Urriola. 2017. Prediction of the concentration of standardized ileal digestible amino acids and safety margins among sources of distillers dried grains with solubles for growing pigs: A meta-analysis approach. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol. 231:150-159. Doi: 10.1016/j.anifeedsci.2017.07.010

Zeng, Z. K.; J. Zhu; C. Chen; P. E. Urriola; G. C. Shurson. 2017. Improvement of ileal digestibility of dry matter and gross energy by commercial carbohydrases is associated with depression of fermentability in an in vitro digestibility determination system. J. Anim. Sci. 95(Suppl. 2):119 (Abstr.) doi: 10.2527/asasmw.2017.248.

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