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  1. Livestock Exposure Could Help Babies' Immune Systems

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/august-2019/livestock-exposure-could-help-babies-immune-systems

    development of the respiratory immune system. The  study was published this month in the journal  Frontiers in ... immune-system problems. Previous studies in the U.S. Amish population and to comparable populations throughout ... Immunology. “Good hygiene is important, but from the perspective of our immune systems, a sanitized ...

  2. Changing a Paradigm: Have We Simply Used the Drugs in the Wrong Way?

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/changing-paradigm-have-we-simply-used-drugs-wrong-way

    damaged gut microbiota with malfunctions of the immune system and various underlying diseases. Emerging ... “modern” diseases, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and malfunctions of the immune system, are ... food science and microbiology Hua Helen Wang, the answer lies in our gut.   The gut is home to ...

  3. Spring Semester 2023 Course Spotlight

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/spring-semester-2023-course-spotlight

    Animal Sciences 5090 Gut Microbiology for spring semester 2023. This course studies the major ... affects the body from birth and throughout life by controlling the digestion of food, immune system ... , central nervous system, and other bodily processes. Animal Sciences 5090, taught by Dr. Zhongtang Yu, will ...

  4. Ohio State Involved in Gates Foundation's $8M Grant for Childhood Malnutrition

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/ohio-state-involved-gates-foundations-8m-grant-childhood-malnutrition

    microbial communities and the immune system in severely malnourished children," said Gordon, the Dr. Robert ... Systems Biology. "We now have a way to tease apart these influences. Recreating the human gut ... foods they consume, such as breast milk. As part of the Breast Milk, Gut Microbiome and Immunity ...

  5. Linda Saif, PhD

    https://cfah.osu.edu/people/linda-saif-phd

    gut microbiota with the neonatal immune system, vaccines and viral pathogenesis. Her team’s discovery ... of the gut-mammary secretory IgA axis (initial description of a common mucosal immune system) in ... Research Enteric & respiratory viruses, animal disease models, mucosal & lactogenic immunity ...

  6. Aquaculture team publishes two papers in high impact journals

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/newsletter/fall-2019/aquaculture-team-publishes-two-papers-in-high-impact-journals

    Frontier in Physiology in August 2019.  In this study, we found that growth and feed utilization are not ... Genetics in October 2019.  In this study, we combined the advantage of longer sequence length in the MiSeq ... immune-related gene. The findings are important for reducing stress in the yellow perch aquaculture industry. ...

  7. Linda Saif lab

    https://viroimmunelab.osu.edu/node/11

    gut-mammary secretory IgA axis (initial description of a common mucosal immune system) in swine was ... lab studies mucosal immunity and vaccine development and is currently focusing on the impact of ... with the neonatal immune system, vaccines and viral pathogenesis. Her team’s discovery of the ...

  8. Linda Saif, Ph.D.

    https://ansci.osu.edu/our-people/linda-saif-phd

    animals and humans. Her lab studies mucosal immunity and vaccine development and is currently focusing on ... and the gut microbiota with the neonatal immune system, vaccines and viral pathogenesis. Her team’s ... discovery of the gut-mammary secretory IgA axis (initial description of a common mucosal immune system) in ...

  9. Dietary Interventions with human Impacts

    https://ansci.osu.edu/research/food-security-production-and-human-health/dietary-interventions-human-impacts

    immune system. To have early impacts through nutrition on animal and/or human health is particularly ... developing gastrointestinal track and modulate the mucosal immune system. Bioactive nutrients of early ... neonatal nutrition, particularly mother’s milk, impact gut development and helps program in the developing ...

  10. Down-Under Digestive Microbes Could Help Lower Methane Gas From Livestock

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/down-under-digestive-microbes-could-help-lower-methane-gas-livestock

    July 1, 2011   Study is authored by Ohio State animal scientist Mark Morrison and appears in the ... wallaby gut is responsible for keeping the animal’s methane emissions relatively low suggests a potential ... isolate and grow cultures of a dominant bacterial species from the Tammar wallaby gut and test its ...

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