Swine Feed Efficiency recorded presentations:
Mani, V., Weber, T.E., Baumgard, L.H., and Gabler, N.K. (2012). Endotoxin, Inflammation and Intestinal Function in Livestock. J. Anim. Sci. 90(5):1452-1465.
Mani, V., A.J. Harris, A.F. Keating, T.E. Weber, J.C.M. Dekkers and N.K. Gabler. 2013. Intestinal integrity, endotoxin transport and detoxification in pigs divergently selected for residual feed intake. J Anim Sci doi:10.2527/jas.2012-6053.
Onteru, S.K., D.M. Gorbach, J.M. Young, D.J. Garrick, J. Dekkers, and M.F. Rothschild. 2013. Whole Genome Association Studies of Residual Feed Intake and Related Traits in the Pig. PLOS One 8(6):e61756. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0061756.
Dunkelberger, J.R., N.J. Boddicker, J.M. Young, R.R.R. Rowland, and J.C.M. Dekkers. 2013. Pigs Selected for Increased Feed Efficiency are less affected by experimental infection with the PRRSv. 2013 PRRS Symposium
Mauch, E.D., J.M. Young, J.F. Patience, N.K. Gabler, J.C.M. Dekkers. 2014. Effect of Low Energy, High Fiber Diets on Divergent Residual Feed Intake Lines in Swine. P607, Plant and Animal Genome Meetings
Dr. Dan Nettleton. Accounting for Nuisance Covariates when Using RNA-Seq Data to Identify Diferentially Expressed Genes. Eastern North American Region of the International Biometrics Society.
Our long term goal is to increase nutrient utilization and feed efficiency in the pig, to strengthen the competitiveness of the pork industry and to reduce its demand on grains and proteins. We will use a truly multi-disciplinary approach in this project, including nutrition, physiology, microbiology, behavior, immunology, quantitative genetics, swine genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, bioinformatics and statistics. Through this grant, we will develop new knowledge and new tools to benefit our pork industries and agriculture in general.