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Review of BRD pathogenesis: the old and the new

  • Derek Mosier (a1)

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The pathogenesis of bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is determined by a complex interaction of environmental, infectious, and host factors. Environment trends could impact feedlot cattle by increasing their level of stress. The polymicrobial nature of BRD produces synergies between infectious agents that can alter pathogenesis. However, the nature of the host response to these environmental and infectious challenges largely determines the characteristics of the progression and outcome of BRD.

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Review of BRD pathogenesis: the old and the new

  • Derek Mosier (a1)

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