Special Issue "Veterinary Research in Poultry and Livestock Infectious Disease"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 5439
Poultry and livestock infectious diseases have caused heavy economic losses in the breeding industry and seriously threaten human health—especially concerning are some zoonotic infectious diseases. In the modern breeding industry, livestock and poultry are highly concentrated and frequently transported, which makes them more vulnerable to infectious diseases. Therefore, veterinary science research in poultry and livestock infectious diseases is increasingly important.
Veterinary infectious disease has a broadly intersecting and close relationship with other disciplines in veterinary science, including animal biochemistry, veterinary epidemiology, veterinary microbiology, veterinary immunology, veterinary pathology, veterinary pharmacology, veterinary diagnostics and veterinary public health. In particular, veterinary epidemiology, veterinary microbiology and immunology are most closely related to veterinary infectious diseases. With the rapid development of modern biotechnology, the relationship between bioengineering and veterinary infectious disease is becoming closer and closer. The theory and technology of veterinary epidemiology, veterinary microbiology, immunology, bioengineering, and other fields should be applied to pathogen diagnosis and immune prevention for animal infectious diseases.
This Special Issue focuses on recent research progress in the important clinical multiple infectious diseases in poultry and livestock, including immunosuppressive diseases, respiratory syndrome diseases, an gastrointestinal diseases. Additionally, the related detection and basic knowledge of physiology, biochemistry and pathogenic mechanisms are of great concern. Additionally, the development of scientific and standardized management models conducive to the healthy breeding of animals is also of great interest to us.
The research subjects of interest for this Special Issue include poultry, pigs, cattle, sheep, horses, etc. Furthermore, excellent research results outside of the above research scope are also welcome.
In this Special Issue, the original research articles and reviews are welcome. We encourage all scientists working in these fields to publish their experimental results and conceptual summaries in this Special Issue.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Dr. Xiuli Feng
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- poultry infectious diseases
- livestock infectious diseases
- immunosuppressive disease
- respiratory syndrome disease
- immunoenhancers and adjuvants
- diarrhea-related diseases
- biosafety management of clinical veterinarians
- development of antibiotic substitutes
- pathogenic mechanism
- antiviral drugs