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Articles by Dingding Su
Total Records ( 3 ) for Dingding Su
  Xiaosong Wu , Dingding Su and Jianhua He
  Enterococcus faecalis was used as probiotics and in food fermentation; however, it had became one of the leading causes of nosocomial bacteremias, surgical wound, tissue, intra-abdominal, pelvic and urinary tract infections and endocarditis. To make matters worse, E. faecalis was reservoir and vehicle of antibiotic resistance, performed resistance against many commonly used antimicrobial agents such as aminoglycosides, penicillins, tetracycline, chloramphenicol and vancomycin. Thus, E. faecalis infection has an economic and epidemiological impact on human and animal disease research worldwide. From this study in mouse model, researchers concluded that dietary arginine and glutamine supplementation ameliorated the cytokines profile and blood parameters, enhanced the clearance against E. faecalis, eventually decreased the mortality caused by E. faecalis.
  Wang Shengping , Jun Fang , Tang Xiangshan , Wang Jie , Zhichun Zhan , Ying Zhou , Xiaosong Wu , Dingding Su , Gang Liu , Jiannan Ding and Lichuang Cai
  NSP is the major factor introducing a low digestibility of cottonseed meal in piglets. The present study was conducted to determine the effect of NSP enzyme on the nutrient digestibility of weaned piglets fed a cottonseed meal-based diets. About 15 weaned piglets (14±1.4 kg) were selected and ileal fistula surgery was done to determine the DE, CP, DM and NSP’s apparent digestibility. The results indicated that NSP enzyme improved piglet’s apparent digestibility (p<0.05) in varying degrees; pectinase resulted in obvious degradation of the cell wall and increased piglets’ DE (26.69%) and CP of ileal digesta (20.33%) and compound enzyme was better in improving cottonseed meal based diets than single enzyme.
  Gang Liu , Wenkai Ren , Dingding Su , Miaomiao Wu , Yinghui Li , Wei Luo , Xinglong Yu , Tiejun Li and Jun Fang
  This study was conducted to test the hypotheses that dietary L-arginine supplementation may enhance the immune responses and resulting in the clearance against PCV2 in experimentally infected mice. The measured variables include: the PCV2 virus load in liver, spleen, heart, lung, kidney, ovary and serum on 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th and 11th day post infection (dpi); serum Interleukin-2 (IL-2), Interleukin-6 (IL-6), Interleukin-10 (IL-10), Interferon alpha (IFN-α), Interferon gamma (IFN-γ) and C-Reactive Protein (CRP) levels on 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th and 11th dpi; serum Total Superoxide Dismutase (T-SOD) activity on 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th and 11th dpi. Results showed that arginine supplementation could significantly increase the serum IL-2 levels on the 9th and 11th dpi; significantly increase the serum IFN-α and CRP levels on the 11th dpi; significantly increase the serum IFN-r levels on the 7th dpi and significantly decrease the serum IL-6 levels on the 9th dpi. Meanwhile, the PCV2 virus genome was detected sporadically. Collectively, dietary L-arginine supplementation had beneficial effects on the cytokines profile in the PCV2 infected mouse and maybe could delay the PCV2 replication and/or clear the PCV2 in mouse model.
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