Hampson DJ
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Factors influencing the structure and function of the small intestine in the weaned pig: a review
JR Pluske, DJ Hampson, IH Williams
Livestock production science 51 (1-3), 215-236, 1997
A review of interactions between dietary fibre and the intestinal mucosa, and their consequences on digestive health in young non-ruminant animals
L Montagne, JR Pluske, DJ Hampson
Animal Feed Science and Technology 108 (1), 2, 2003
Alterations in piglet small intestinal structure at weaning
DJ Hampson
Research in veterinary science 40 (1), 32-40, 1986
Gastrointestinal health and function in weaned pigs: a review of feeding strategies to control post‐weaning diarrhoea without using in‐feed antimicrobial compounds
JM Heo, FO Opapeju, JR Pluske, JC Kim, DJ Hampson, CM Nyachoti
Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition 97 (2), 207-237, 2013
Serpulina pilosicoli sp. nov., the agent of porcine intestinal spirochetosis
DJ Trott, TB Stanton, NS Jensen, GE Duhamel, JL Johnson, DJ Hampson
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 46, 206-215, 1996
Nutritional influences on some major enteric bacterial diseases of pig
JR Pluske, DW Pethick, DE Hopwood, DJ Hampson
Nutrition research reviews 15 (2), 333-371, 2002
Influence of creep feeding and weaning on brush border enzyme activities in the piglet small intestine
DJ Hampson, D Kidder
Research in Veterinary Science 40, 24-31, 1986
Postweaning Escherichia coli diarrhoea in pigs
DJ Hampson
Escherichia coli in domestic animals and humans, 171-191, 1994
Ten years of bacterial genome sequencing: comparative-genomics-based discoveries
TT Binnewies, Y Motro, PF Hallin, O Lund, D Dunn, T La, DJ Hampson, ...
Functional & integrative genomics 6 (3), 165-185, 2006
Increasing viscosity of the intestinal contents alters small intestinal structure and intestinal growth, and stimulates proliferation of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli in …
DE McDonald, DW Pethick, BP Mullan, DJ Hampson
British Journal of Nutrition 86 (4), 487-498, 2001
The incidence of swine dysentery in pigs can be reduced by feeding diets that limit the amount of fermentable substrate entering the large intestine
JR Pluske, PM Siba, DW Pethick, Z Durmic, BP Mullan, DJ Hampson
The Journal of nutrition 126 (11), 2920-2933, 1996
Swine dysentery
D Harris, DJ Hampson, R Glock
Diseases of Swine, 579-600, 1999
Interactions between the intestinal microflora, diet and diarrhoea, and their influences on piglet health in the immediate post-weaning period.
DE Hopwood, DJ Hampson
Weaning the Pig: Concepts and Consequences, 199-218, 2003
Swine dysentery
DJ Hampson, C Fellstrom, JR Thomson
Diseases of Swine, 785-805, 2006
Isolation of Serpulina pilosicoli from rectal biopsy specimens showing evidence of intestinal spirochetosis
NL Trivett-Moore, GL Gilbert, CLH Law, DJ Trott, DJ Hampson
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 36 (1), 261-265, 1998
Experimental models of porcine post-weaning colibacillosis and their relationship to post-weaning diarrhoea and digestive disorders as encountered in the field
F Madec, N Bridoux, S Bounaix, R Cariolet, Y Duval-Iflah, DJ Hampson, ...
Veterinary Microbiology 72, 295-310, 2000
The importance of dietary antigen in the cause of postweaning diarrhea in pigs intestine
BG Miller, TJ Newby, CR Stokes, DJ Hampson, PJ Brown, FJ Bourne
American Journal of Veterinary Research 45, 1730-1733, 1984
Development of a duplex PCR assay for detection of Brachyspira hyodysenteriae and Brachyspira pilosicoli in pig feces
T La, ND Phillips, DJ Hampson
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 41 (7), 3372-3375, 2003
Genetic characterisation of intestinal spirochaetes and their association with disease
JI Lee, DJ Hampson
Journal of Medical Microbiology 40 (5), 365-371, 1994
Genetic and phenotypic characterization of intestinal spirochetes colonizing chickens and allocation of known pathogenic isolates to three distinct genetic groups.
AJ McLaren, DJ Trott, DE Swayne, SL Oxberry, DJ Hampson
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 35 (2), 412-417, 1997
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