Animal Health: Reproductive health & acute immune responses

Section: Animal Health
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Monday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Sebastian I-2
Chair: Troy Wistuba, Phibro Animal Health
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#20 Efficacy of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs for the treatment of acute puerperal metritis in dairy cows.
Wolfgang Heuwieser
9:45 AM
#21 Intrauterine cephapirin infusion is associated with better reproduction performance in cows with purulent vaginal discharge and cytological endometritis.
José Denis-Robichaud
10:00 AM
#22 Potential role of lactic acid bacteria in the regulation of Escherichia coli infection and inflammation of the bovine endometrium.
Sandra Genís
10:15 AM
#23 Uterine microbiota from calving until establishment of metritis in dairy cows.
Soo Jin Jeon
10:30 AM
10:45 AM
#25 Association among health and fertility and survival of high-producing dairy cows in three geographic regions of Chile.
Pablo Pinedo
11:00 AM
#26 Bovine viral diarrhea diagnostic testing results in the Intermountain West—Comparison between test methods, age, sex and beef versus dairy breeds.
David J. Wilson
11:15 AM
#27 Preweaning plane of nutrition and Mannheimia haemolytica dose influence inflammatory responses to a combined bovine herpesvirus-1 and Mannheimia haemolytica challenge in postweaned Holstein calves.
K. P. Sharon
11:30 AM
#28 Plasma leptin concentrations are increased during a vaccine-induced acute-phase response in beef cattle.
Rodrigo Marques
11:45 AM
#29 Effect of an early-life LPS challenge on a subsequent LPS challenge in Holstein bull calves.
Aimee L. Benjamin
12:00 PM
#30 ACTH-test reactivity affect disposition for storage of fat depots in dairy cows during the transition period.
Juergen Rehage
12:15 PM
#31 Use of an ex vivo/in vitro laminitis model to elucidate the role of endotoxins during equine and bovine laminitis.
Nicole Reisinger