Episode 6: Investigating development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition research tool
Sarah Schieck, UMN Swine Extension Educator talks to University of Minnesota Swine Nutrition PhD student, Michaela (Mickie) Trudeau about research she presented at the 2018 Midwest American Society of Animal Science meetings on investigating the development of swine enteroids to be used as a swine nutrition tool. Mickie helps listeners understand the connection between the lab work she is doing and how it can be used by pig farmers and others in the pork industry. ListenListen to the podcast z.umn.edu/PodcastEpisode6 (recorded May 21, 2018) Show notesAbstract referred to in the podcast: Trudeau, M., Resende, T. P., Guo, Y., Urriola, P. E., Shurson, G. C., Gebhart, C. J., Saqui-Salces, M. (2018). Development of Swine Enteroids As a Model to Study Lawsonia Intracellularis Infection. Journal of Animal Science, 96(Suppl 2), 213-214. https://doi.org/10.1093/jas/sky073.395SubscribeOn iTunesOr through your favorite podcast app by searching UMN Extension Swine
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