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SubProgram 2A – Novel Disease Diagnostics
2A-101: Validation of data collection program for antibiotic use – Pat Mitchell, Rivalea – Confidential
2A-111: An investigation into the extent of occurrence of novel pathogenic Brachyspira species, including newly recognised agents of swine dysentery, in Australian pig herds – Dave Hampson, Murdoch University – Summary Report
2A-114: Identifying, tracking and controlling swine dysentery in Australian pig herds – Dave Hampson, Murdoch University – Confidential
SubProgram 2B – Healthy, Robust Pig Genotypes
SubProgram 2C – Replacement of Antibiotics with Effective Integrated Health Strategies
2C-102: Strategies to quantitatively measure and reduce the load of Lawsonia in commercial herds – Alison Collins, NSW DPI – Summary Report Confidential
2C-103: Evaluating the efficacy of a Live APP vaccine with and without bacterin vaccines – Hugo Dunlop, Chris Richards & Associates – Cancelled
2C-105: Use of plant derived compounds to reduce post weaning antibiotic use – Eugeni Roura, University of Queensland Summary Report Confidential
2C-110: Dietary manipulation of the pro-inflammatory cascade to minimise impacts on production and health indices in weaner pigs experimentally infected with an enterotoxigenic strain of E. coli – Jae Kim, DAFWA – Summary Report
2C-113: Bacteriophage-displayed peptides for the control of pathogens in swine – Sharon Bishop-Hurley, CSIRO – Summary Report Confidential
2C-114: High fibre diets and impact on gut health – John Pluske, Murdoch University – Confidential
2C-116: Live attenuated Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae vaccine strains – Conni Turni, University of Queensland Summary Report Confidential
2C-117: Aerosol disinfection for control of APP15 – Peter McKenzie, Rivalea Report
2C-119: Alternative to vitamin E for the cost-effective maintenance of cellular antioxidant capacity in weaner pigs experimentally infected with enterotoxigenic strain of E. coli. – Jae Kim, DAFWA – Summary Report
2C-121: A novel and safe fogging sanitiser for MRSA decolonisation and reduction of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae aerosol transmission between pigs. – Darren Trott, University of Adelaide – Summary Report Confidential
2C-122: Alternatives to antibiotics for diarrhoea control, improved production and maintenance of intestinal health in weaner pigs – Alison Collins, NSW DPI – Confidential
2C-123: Self-assembled peptides as antimicrobial nanomaterials – Sharon Bishop-Hurley, CSIRO – Summary Report Confidential
2C-124: Evaluation of an atypical Brachyspira hyodysenteriae strain as a live vaccine to control swine dysentery – David Hampson, Murdoch University – Confidential
2C-126: Utilization of next generation sequencing for identifying Streptococcus suis clones responsible for recurrent outbreaks and identifying effective S. suis autogenous vaccine candidates. – Sam Abraham – Murdoch University – Summary – Report
2C-128: Protection from Escherichia coli-associated diseases after weaning in pigs using xenogeneic polyclonal antibodies specific for Escherichia coli fimbriae. – Cassandra Berry, Murdoch University – Confidential