Adding egg proteins to the diets of young birds passes on antibodies to improve gut health, which can decrease susceptibility to certain pathogens, which includes Eimeria
spp,which causes coccidiosis.
A healthy gut can decrease susceptibility to certain pathogens, such as Eimeria
It is believed that the use of coccidiostats has resulted in major breakthrough in poultry industry, however, their wide spread and misuse led to the development of drug resistance against Eimeria
perfringens) particularly in association with predisposing factors, such as a high protein diet and intestinal damage following co-infection with Salmonella bacteria  or Eimeria
Sequence analysis of the amplified partial 18S short subunit ribosomal RNA coding region from examination of formalin-fixed tissue by using PCR disclosed a 93% identity to Eimeria
reichenowi in GenBank, suggesting a novel Eimeria
In some scientists' article, they assessed the roles of PP5 of second-generation merozoites in Eimeria
tenella in the anticoccidial activity of TEM and quantitative real-time PCR were used to monitor the ultrastructural changes of EtPP5.
Unsporulated oocyts of Eimeria
were observed in 67.
Entre los agentes inductores de NET biologicos que afectan animales o humanos, se pueden mencionar: las plaquetas activadas, diversas bacterias (Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella typhimurium, Shigella flexneri, Streptococcus pyogenes, Escherichia coli, Pseudomona aeruginosa, Mannheimia haemolytica, Mycobacterium tuberculosis), hongos (Candida albicans, Aspergillus fumigatus), parasitos (Plasmodium falciparum, Leishmania amazonensis, Eimeria
arloingi, Toxoplasma gondii), inclusive virus.
cause visceral coccidiosis, a condition well known in cranes, and Entamoeba has been reported from rheas, for example (Spalding et al.
annulata, Cryptosporidium parvum ve Eimeria
tenella gibi parazitlerin genomunda oldukca yaygin olarak belirlenmis ve bu parazitlerin populasyon yapilarinin belirlenmesinde kullanilmistir (15-18, 30-34).
The results indicates that seven different gastrointestinal parasites including Taenia, Haemonchus, Trichuris, Trichostrongylus, Liver fluke, Paramphisomum and Eimeria
were recorded from fecal samples of four animals.
2011), who showed that most coccidia infecting passerine birds are species of the genus Isospora, but Eimeria
species also occurred although with a lower frequency.