ANSC * 4650 – Immune Mechanisms of Animals W (3-0) [0.50]

Livestock and fish have developed common and unique defense strategies for resisting microbial and viral infections. The focus of this course is to review and compare these defense mechanisms in different tissues, and describe the significance of neuroendocrine signalling, genetic polymorphisms, nutrition and food-borne toxins, and host-microbial interaction in regulating innate and acquired immune responses and disease resistance.

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