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Breeding for disease resistance in farm animals by S C Bishop; C.A.B. International.; et al

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Recently another effector subset, Th9, has also been postulated. 2 summarizes these subsets, the cell-surface markers and cytokines they express, and the transcription factors that drive their differentiation and subsequent cytokine profiles, at our current level of understanding in biomedical model species. However, the degree to which these cellular subsets and their associated molecules apply to farm animal species remains to be established. , 2009), and IL-13 is preferentially expressed over IL-4 in Th2 responses in the chicken (P.

Immunogenetics 58, 324–330. , Riggert, J. and Zwirner, J. (2007) b-defensins chemo- P. Kaiser attract macrophages and mast cells but not lymphocytes and dendritic cells: CCR6 is not involved. European Journal of Immunology 37, 2474–2486. Steinman, L. (2007). A brief history of T(H)17, the first major revision in the T(H)1/T(H)2 hypothesis of T cell-mediated tissue damage. Nature Medicine 13, 139–145. M. A. (1973) Identification of a novel cell type in peripheral lymphoid organs of mice. I. Morphology, quantitation, tissue distribution.

The abundance of the parasite within the host. Animals are considered to be either infected or not. The reality of infected animals with differing nutritional, environmental or genetic status is replaced by simple concepts of infected, immune, latent but not yet infectious, etc. Macroparasites Most helminths and arthropods may be classified as macroparasites. e. having a part of their life cycle external to the host (Anderson and May, 1992). Typically they are larger and have longer generation intervals than microparasites, with the generation interval often being an appreciable proportion of the host’s lifespan.

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