Nutraceuticals in Veterinary Medicine

De: Gupta, Ramesh C., Srivastava, Ajay, Lall, Rajiv (Eds.)
ISBN: 9783030046231
2019, Springer
Capa dura
Páginas: 877

    • Covers veterinary nutraceuticals most comprehensively from ingredients to final products
    • Offers standalone chapters on all important aspects and provides scientific rationale for nutraceuticals’ use
    • User-friendly text enriched with most recent literature and references

    This unique work compiles the latest knowledge around veterinary nutraceuticals, commonly referred to as dietary supplements, from ingredients to final products in a single source. More than sixty chapters organized in seven sections collate all related aspects of nutraceutical research in animal health and disease, among them many novel topics: common nutraceutical ingredients (Section-I), prebiotics, probiotics, synbiotics, enzymes and antibacterial alternatives (Section-II), applications of nutraceuticals in prevention and treatment of various diseases such as arthritis, periodontitis, diabetes, cognitive dysfunctions, mastitis, wounds, immune disorders, and cancer (Section-III), utilization of nutraceuticals in specific animal species (Section-IV), safety and toxicity evaluation of nutraceuticals and functional foods (Section-V), recent trends in nutraceutical research and product development (Section-VI), as well as regulatory aspects for nutraceuticals (Section-VII). The future of nutraceuticals and functional foods in veterinary medicine seems bright, as novel nutraceuticals will emerge and new uses of old agents will be discovered.

    International contributors to this book cover a variety of specialties in veterinary medicine, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, toxicology, chemistry, medicinal chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, nutrition, drug development, regulatory frameworks, and the nutraceutical industry. This is a highly informative and carefully presented book, providing scientific insight for academia, veterinarians, governmental and regulatory agencies with an interest in animal nutrition, complementary veterinary medicine, nutraceutical product development and research.

    • Standardized Turmeric and Curcumin

    Chand, Naresh

    Pages 3-23

    • Fenugreek in Health and Disease

    Kumar, Dinesh (et al.)

    Pages 25-35

    • Neem Extract

    Rahal, Anu (et al.)

    Pages 37-50

    • Nutraceutical Potential of Ginger

    Srinivasan, Krishnamoorthy (et al.)

    Pages 51-70

    • Berberine

    Srivastava, Ajay (et al.)

    Pages 71-81

    • Sea Buckthorn and Apricot Based Nutraceuticals

    Bharti, Vijay K. (et al.)

    Pages 83-90

    • Nigella sativa

    Sharma, Rahul (et al.)

    Pages 91-101

    • Babool (Acacia nilotica)

    Gupta, Ramesh C. (et al.)

    Pages 103-111

    • Glucosinolates and Organosulfur Compounds

    Bischoff, Karyn

    Pages 113-119

    • Cannabis in Veterinary Medicine: Cannabinoid Therapies for Animals

    Hartsel, Joshua A. (et al.)

    Pages 121-155

    • Essential Oils

    Srivastava, Ajay (et al.)

    Pages 157-173

    • Omega Fatty Acids

    Stice, Szabina A.

    Pages 175-185

    • Polyphenols and Flavonoids

    Garg, Satish Kumar (et al.)

    Pages 187-204

    • Antioxidants in Prevention and Treatment of Diseases and Toxicity

    Milatovic, Dejan (et al.)

    Pages 205-213

    • Resveratrol: Biological Activities and Potential Use in Health and Disease

    Risuleo, Gianfranco (et al.)

    Pages 215-226

    • Egg Shell Membranes for Veterinary Uses

    DuBourdieu, Dan

    Pages 227-233

    • Egg Derived Ovotransferrins and Lactoferrins

    Talukder, Jamil

    Pages 235-243

    • Colostrum Antibodies, Egg Antibodies and Monoclonal Antibodies Providing Passive Immunity for Animals

    DuBourdieu, Dan

    Pages 245-257

    • Prebiotics and Probiotics in Feed and Animal Health

    Anadón, Arturo (et al.)

    Pages 261-285

    • Synbiotics in Animal Health and Production

    Malik, Jitendra K. (et al.)

    Pages 287-301

    • Enzymes in Feed and Animal Health

    Anadón, Arturo (et al.)

    Pages 303-313

    • Nutraceuticals Used as Antibacterial Alternatives in Animal Health and Disease

    Anadón, Arturo (et al.)

    Pages 315-343

    • Feed Additives in Animal Health

    Pandey, Amit Kumar (et al.)

    Pages 345-362

    • Nutraceuticals in Arthritis

    Gupta, Ramesh C. (et al.)

    Pages 365-381

    • Nutraceuticals for Antiaging

    Gupta, Bhanushree (et al.)

    Pages 383-392

    • Nutraceuticals for Cognitive Dysfunction

    Gupta, Ramesh C. (et al.)

    Pages 393-415

    • Nutraceuticals for Calming and Stress

    Alex, Anitha (et al.)

    Pages 417-425

    • Nutraceuticals in Cardiovascular Diseases

    Zoltani, Csaba K.

    Pages 427-435

    • Nutraceuticals in Hepatic and Pancreatic Diseases

    Gwaltney-Brant, Sharon M.

    Pages 437-446

    • Nutraceuticals in Periodontal Health and Diseases in Dogs and Cats

    Gupta, Ramesh C. (et al.)

    Pages 447-466

    • Nutraceuticals in Gastrointestinal Conditions

    Talukder, Jamil

    Pages 467-479

    • Nutraceuticals in Reproductive Disorders

    Woldemeskel, Moges

    Pages 481-488

    • Nutraceuticals in Genitourinary Maladies

    Coppock, Robert W.

    Pages 489-514

    • Nutraceuticals in Obesity and Metabolic Disorders

    Cope, Rhian B.

    Pages 515-522

    • Nutraceuticals for Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

    Gupta, Ramesh C. (et al.)

    Pages 523-539

    • Nutraceuticals for Wound Healing: A Special Focus on Chromolaena odorata as Guardian of Health with Broad Spectrum of Biological Activities

    Ali-Seyed, Mohamed (et al.)

    Pages 541-562

    • Nutraceuticals in Dermatological Disorders

    Woldemeskel, Moges

    Pages 563-568

    • Nutraceuticals in Mastitis

    Coppock, Robert W.

    Pages 569-585

    • Nutraceuticals in Immune Disorders

    Woldemeskel, Moges

    Pages 587-591

    • Plant and Food Derived Immunomodulators as Nutraceuticals for Performance Enhancing Activities

    Gupta, Bhanushree (et al.)

    Pages 593-601

    • Nutraceuticals for the Prevention and Cure of Cancer

    Gupta, Subash Chandra (et al.)

    Pages 603-610

    • Expanding Metabolic Targets in Cancer by Select Combinations of Vitamin C and EGCG with Different Natural Compounds

    Niedzwiecki, Aleksandra (et al.)

    Pages 611-624

    • Nutraceuticals for Control of Ticks, Fleas, and Other Ectoparasites

    Gupta, Ramesh C. (et al.)

    Pages 625-633

    • Nutraceuticals in Cattle Health and Diseases

    Yurdakok-Dikmen, Begüm (et al.)

    Pages 637-648

    • Nutraceuticals in Equine Medicine

    Sankaranarayanan, A.

    Pages 649-655

    • Nutraceuticals for Camelids

    Gahlot, Tarun K.

    Pages 657-660

    • Nutraceuticals in Poultry Health and Disease

    Filazi, Ayhan (et al.)

    Pages 661-672

    • Safety and Toxicity Evaluation of Nutraceuticals in Animal Models

    Goncharov, Nikolay (et al.)

    Pages 675-684

    • Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of Nutraceuticals Using Drosophila as an in vitro Tool

    Sharma, Anurag (et al.)

    Pages 685-692

    • Biomarkers of Foods and Nutraceuticals: Applications in Efficacy, Safety, and Toxicity

    Gupta, Ramesh C. (et al.)

    Pages 693-710

    • Toxicology and Drug Interactions of Nutraceuticals

    Cope, Rhian B.

    Pages 711-727

    • Proteomics in the Evaluation of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods

    Wilson-Frank, Christina

    Pages 731-736

    • Nanoparticles and Molecular Delivery System for Nutraceuticals Bioavailability

    Risuleo, Gianfranco (et al.)

    Pages 737-747

    • Nanosupplements and Animal Health

    Bertero, Alessia (et al.)

    Pages 749-764

    • Veterinary Nutraceuticals Stability Testing

    DuBourdieu, Dan

    Pages 765-774

    • Basic Regulatory Guidelines for Veterinary Nutraceuticals

    DuBourdieu, Dan (et al.)

    Pages 777-784

    • Regulatory Aspects of Veterinary Nutraceuticals in the USA and Canada

    Vudathala, Daljit

    Pages 785-791

    • Regulatory Guidelines for Nutraceuticals in the European Union

    Tedesco, Doriana Eurosia Angela (et al.)

    Pages 793-805

    • Regulatory Guidelines for Nutraceuticals and Food Supplements in India

    Gupta, P. K.

    Pages 807-814

    • Uses and Regulatory Guidelines for Nutraceuticals in China

    Sun, Jianhua (et al.)

    Pages 815-821

    • Regulation of Nutraceuticals in Australia and New Zealand

    Cope, Rhian B.

    Pages 823-827

    • Regulatory Guidelines for Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements for Animals in Turkey

    Filazi, Ayhan (et al.)

    Pages 829-836

    • Uses and Regulation of Nutraceuticals for Animals in the Philippines

    Sanchez, Jacob Anderson C. (et al.)

    Pages 837-841

    • Regulatory Guidelines for Nutraceuticals in South Africa

    Naidoo, V. (et al.)

    Pages 843-848

  • Dr. Ramesh C. Gupta serves as Professor and Head of the Toxicology Department at the Murray State University Breathitt Veterinary Center. He earned his DVM, MVSc, and PhD in India, and carried out his postdoctoral training at Michigan State University and Vanderbilt University, US. His research has addressed experimental brain research in relation to pesticide toxicity and neurological diseases; he has further been heavily engaged in veterinary nutraceuticals research. Dr. Gupta has held worldwide presentations and served on the panels of NIH, CDC, NIOSH, and NAS. He has published >400 publications, including 7 major books. In 2006, he received the Murray State University Distinguished Researcher Award; and in 2014, the Outstanding Research Award. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology, and Fellow of the American College of Toxicology, American College of Nutrition, and Academy of Toxicological Sciences. Currently, he holds active membership in more than a dozen academic societies.

    Dr. Ajay Srivastava is Chief Scientific Officer at Vets Plus Inc., and serves as an adjunct Faculty member at University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, US. He is specialized in preclinical and clinical product development and nutraceutical research. After receiving his BS in Biological Sciences, Dr. Srivastava earned his DVM from the School of Veterinary Medicine at GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, India, before pursuing his MS in Pharmacology. He completed his PhD in Neuropharmacology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. After his post-doctoral training in preclinical drug development in neurological disorders, Dr. Srivastava became Senior Research Scientist of the Anticonvulsant Drug Development Program at the University of Utah, where he developed a novel animal model of pharmacoresistant epilepsy to screen potential antiepileptic drugs. He is one of the pioneer researchers who discovered the role of nutraceuticals resveratrol and melatonin in epilepsy. Dr. Srivastava has chaired various scientific sessions in AVMA and WVC meetings and has published several research articles in peer reviewed journals. He has contributed chapters in textbooks on epilepsy, toxicology and nutraceuticals.

    Mr. Rajiv Lall is the Founder and CEO of Vets Plus, Inc., an international leader in the animal health industry. He graduated with two masters degrees, the first in Botany from his native country of India, and the second in Pharmacognosy/Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Minnesota. His research focused on identifying, analyzing, and extracting natural ingredients from plants and plant tissue cultures that provide natural health and medicinal properties, as well as on enzymes in relation to cancer cells through animal cell cultures. Mr. Lall started his career in the human health food industry with an emphasis on probiotics. His relentless drive continues to champion animal health through scientific research and the development of nutritional products and pharmaceuticals, and through these efforts he has obtained various patents and developed several hundred products. His company, Vets Plus, Inc. is a research and science-based product development company with a strong quality and manufacturing platform to support partners in Europe and around the world. Recent awards include the Pet Age Icon Award (2015), NASC Visibility Award (2015), and Menomonie Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award (2015). Vets Plus Inc. was also nominated for Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year in 2015. In support of the animal health industry, Mr. Lall is now Founder and CEO of Noble Pharma, LLC, a pharmaceutical company in Menomonie, Wisconsin. Mr. Lall and his wife Swati are involved in philanthropic efforts and through that they have developed the Raj and Swati Lall Microbiology Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in support of future scientists and business leaders and the community in Menomonie, Wisconsin.