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Article published the November 17, 2023
Mohamed Donia (University of Illinois)    Ruminant neonates rely on colostral immunoglobulin and nutrients to support health, welfare, and performance, by protecting against infectious disease and providing early life resilience. Recent evidence suggests that transferred colostral cells also contribute to neonatal immunity under controlled experimental conditions. This study provide ...
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Video published on November 15, 2023
Brian Aldridge (University of Illinois) shares insights on the environmental, nutritional, and maternal factors that affect the microbiome of different animals, during the 11th Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals in St. Louis, USA.
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Article published the November 15, 2023
Brian Aldridge (University of Illinois)     Biological health is a complex topic of discussion and is often misunderstood as existing as a binary state in terms of the presence or absence of disease. In many ways, it is useful to explain health at a population or system level as the existence of individuals in 1 of 3 states: those in a healthy condition, those with a prediseased sta ...
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Video published on November 10, 2023
Brian Aldridge (University of Illinois) shares insights on homeostasis and focusing on the host rather than the disease, during the 11th Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals in St. Louis, USA.
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Article published the June 12, 2018
BackgroundBovine respiratory disease (BRD) is one of the most commonly reported diseases in cattle, especially in intensely raised, recently weaned and newly transported feedlot cattle [1]. The etiopathogenesis of BRD is complex, and results from the complex interaction of bacterial and viral pathogens under the influence of a wide range of host and environmental risk factors [2]. Despite many adv ...
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This member gave a presentation on November 15, 2016
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