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  • Neonatal Immune Development in the Calf and Its Impact on ...

    In this article we cover the immunologic response as it develops, the components of passive immunity, and the immune response of young calves. We discuss interference from maternal immunity in the development of specific immunity and vaccine strategies for developing protection against pathogens in …

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  • Understanding Calf Immunity

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002The calf should be immune to most of the pathogens present in the environment because the dam has already been exposed to them and developed protective antibodies. Another example of passive immunity is the administration of specific antiserum or antitoxin to sick cattle or calves that did not receive enough colostrum.

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  • Immunology of bovine respiratory syncytial virus in calves

    Bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) is an important cause of respiratory disease in young calves. The virus is genetically and antigenically closely related to human (H)RSV, which is a major cause of respiratory disease in young infants. As a natural …

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  • ColoBoost Calf: booster for immune system for newborn ...

    ColoBoost Calf is a booster for the immune system. It is formulated for newborn calves that lack colostrum (low amounts or poor quality). Made up of concentrated and standardized bovine colostrum, the formula is designed to enhance calf immunity. Energy, prebiotics, probiotics, vitamin E and selenium contribute to the calf getting off to a good ...

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  • Article Expression and Purification of Soluble Human ...

    2013-4-25u2002·u2002Cellular & Molecular Immunology 139 Article Volume 3 Number 2 April 2006 Expression and Purification of Soluble Human Programmed ... shown to enhance antiviral and antitumoral immunity (13-15). ... calf serum) for 1 h at 37°C, then 100 μl of 0.4 μg/ml ...

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  • Alum and metoclopramide synergistically enhance cellular ...

    More importantly, a combination of alum and metoclopramide induced robust Th1 responses and promoted potent cellular and humoral immunity. Previous in vivo results revealed that it is possible to enhance S. typhimurium vaccine immune responses via the alum-naloxone mixture or the propranolol-alum mixture as vaccine adjuvants, . The results of ...

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  • Effects of age on immune function in broiler chickens ...

    2021-3-18u2002·u2002There are many diseases in poultry, many of which are caused by poor immune function. It is not clear how cytokines and various immune cell functions change with age in modern broilers. The purpose of this study was to explore the patterns of development of the immunity of the broiler chickens in cage. The results showed that there were 3 development patterns of …

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  • Gut health, stress, and immunity in neonatal dairy calves ...

    2020-11-9u2002·u2002The cumulative evidence that perinatal events have long-lasting ripple effects through the life of livestock animals should impact future nutritional and management recommendations at the farm level. The implications of fetal programming due to malnutrition, including neonatal survival and lower birth weights, have been characterized, particularly during early and mid-gestation, …

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  • FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity

    2021-10-4u2002·u2002FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity. As a new addition to Herdwatch's Farm Smart series, we are partnering with leaders from the agriculture industry to provide expert advice to Herdwatch members, with timely and relevant articles that will help you manage your herd more efficiently & effectively. In the first of this series, Kevin O ...

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  • Neonatal Immune Development in the Calf and Its Impact

    In this article we cover the immunologic response as it develops, the components of passive immunity, and the immune response of young calves. We discuss interference from maternal immunity in the development of specific immunity and vaccine strategies for developing protection against pathogens in …

    Get Price
  • Understanding Calf Immunity

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002The calf should be immune to most of the pathogens present in the environment because the dam has already been exposed to them and developed protective antibodies. Another example of passive immunity is the administration of specific antiserum or antitoxin to sick cattle or calves that did not receive enough colostrum.

    Get Price
  • Immunology of bovine respiratory syncytial virus in calves

    Bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) is an important cause of respiratory disease in young calves. The virus is genetically and antigenically closely related to human (H)RSV, which is a major cause of respiratory disease in young infants. As a natural pathogen of calves, BRSV infection recapitu …

    Get Price
  • ColoBoost Calf: booster for immune system for newborn ...

    ColoBoost Calf is a booster for the immune system. It is formulated for newborn calves that lack colostrum (low amounts or poor quality). Made up of concentrated and standardized bovine colostrum, the formula is designed to enhance calf immunity. Energy, prebiotics, probiotics, vitamin E and selenium contribute to the calf getting off to a good ...

    Get Price
  • Article Expression and Purification of Soluble Human ...

    2013-4-25u2002·u2002Cellular & Molecular Immunology 139 Article Volume 3 Number 2 April 2006 Expression and Purification of Soluble Human Programmed ... shown to enhance antiviral and antitumoral immunity (13-15). ... calf serum) for 1 h at 37°C, then 100 μl of 0.4 μg/ml ...

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  • Alum and metoclopramide synergistically enhance cellular ...

    More importantly, a combination of alum and metoclopramide induced robust Th1 responses and promoted potent cellular and humoral immunity. Previous in vivo results revealed that it is possible to enhance S. typhimurium vaccine immune responses via the alum-naloxone mixture or the propranolol-alum mixture as vaccine adjuvants, . The results of ...

    Get Price
  • Effects of age on immune function in broiler chickens ...

    2021-3-18u2002·u2002There are many diseases in poultry, many of which are caused by poor immune function. It is not clear how cytokines and various immune cell functions change with age in modern broilers. The purpose of this study was to explore the patterns of development of the immunity of the broiler chickens in cage. The results showed that there were 3 development patterns of immunity in the broiler chickens.

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  • Gut health, stress, and immunity in neonatal dairy calves ...

    2020-11-9u2002·u2002The cumulative evidence that perinatal events have long-lasting ripple effects through the life of livestock animals should impact future nutritional and management recommendations at the farm level. The implications of fetal programming due to malnutrition, including neonatal survival and lower birth weights, have been characterized, particularly during early and mid-gestation, when placental ...

    Get Price
  • FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity

    2021-10-4u2002·u2002FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity. As a new addition to Herdwatch's Farm Smart series, we are partnering with leaders from the agriculture industry to provide expert advice to Herdwatch members, with timely and relevant articles that will help you manage your herd more efficiently & effectively. In the first of this series, Kevin O ...

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  • The enhancing effect of Klebsiella pneumoniae lysate on ...

    2017-12-18u2002·u2002immunity, but not cellular immunity. Although the compound adjuvant AS04 is able to induce cellular immunity, the homogeneity of vaccine preparation and high cost limit the wide usage of AS04. This urged us to develop new economic and easy to be obtained adjuvants able to enhance both humoral immunity and cellular immunity. Microbe-derived

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  • Cell-Mediated Immunity to Varicella-Zoster Virus: In Vitro ...

    The extent of immune-specific incorporation of tritiated thymidine by lymphocytes could be increased by incubation of the cultures in the presence of fetal calf serum. Cellular immunity to the varicella-zoster virus can be studied in relation to the risk of infection in immunosuppressed patients, and such work may lead to a better understanding ...

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  • NF-κB regulation in maternal immunity during normal and ...

    2021-10-25u2002·u2002Aronica, M. A. et al. Preferential role for NF-kappa B/Rel signaling in the type 1 but not type 2 T cell-dependent immune response in vivo. J. Immunol. 163 (9), 5116–5124 (1999).

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  • 'Evaluating the in vivo immune response to Mycobacterium ...

    2018-9-10u2002·u2002In these studies, an implant device was developed to detect vaccination-induced, cell-mediated immunity in the subcutaneous tissue of calves. The long-term, future aim of these combined studies is to use the implant device to efficiently screen novel Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) vaccine candidates. This in vivo screening test would rapidly and …

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  • Poria cocos polysaccharide induced Th1-type immune ...

    2021-1-7u2002·u2002In the present study, we evaluated adjuvant potential of Poria cocos polysaccharide (PCP) on the Th1-type immune responses of C57/BL6 mice against ovalbumin (OVA). We first determined the effect of PCP on maturation of murine bone marrow derived dendritic cells (BMDCs), PCP significantly upregulated surface expression of MHCII, CD40, CD80, CD86 and …

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  • Augmented antiviral T cell immunity by oral administration ...

    2021-10-1u2002·u2002The results of the preclinical studies presented above show that IMM124E is a potent medication to enhance antiviral immunity across viral strains, by increasing the number of IFNγ-secreting T cell clones in response to CMV and influenza viral antigens.

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  • The BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 reprograms ...

    2021-5-6u2002·u2002Summary. The mRNA-based BNT162b2 vaccine from Pfizer/BioNTech was the first registered COVID-19 vaccine and has been shown to be up to 95% effective in preventing SARS-CoV-2 infections. Little is known about the broad effects of the new class of mRNA vaccines, especially whether they have combined effects on innate and adaptive immune responses.

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  • Vitamin D improves immune function in immunosuppressant ...

    2016-11-24u2002·u2002Vitamin D is an essential fat-soluble vitamin with multiple functions. Vitamin D receptor has been shown to be expressed in several types of immune cells suggesting vitamin D may have immune regulatory roles. Vitamin D insufficiency has been suggested to increase the risk of autoimmune diseases. However, little is known regarding its immunomodulatory effects in the …

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  • Article Cell-Mediated Immunity Imbalance in Patients with ...

    2013-4-25u2002·u2002Cellular & Molecular Immunology 71 Article Volume 4 Number 1 February 2007 Cell-Mediated Immunity Imbalance in Patients with Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy Bin Ling1, 2, 3, Fengqiu Yao1, 2, Ying Zhou 2, Zhengzheng Chen1, 2, Guodong Shen2 and Yuanyuan Zhu 2

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  • Plasma cytokines, chemokines and cellular immune responses ...

    2013-1-7u2002·u2002Malaria is a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide with over one million deaths annually, particularly in children under five years. This study was the first to examine plasma cytokines, chemokines and cellular immune responses in pre-school Nigerian children infected with Plasmodium falciparum from four semi-urban villages near Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria.

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  • Biosecurity for Dairy Farms

    2019-5-20u2002·u2002Allowthe calf pen or livestock trailer to completely dry out beforethe disinfectant ischlorineapplied. 10. Disinfection Twelve to 24 hourspriorto use, disinfectthe calf pen or livestocktrailer witha 250 ppm solutionof chlorine dioxide goingfromthe highestpointto the lowestpointof the calf pen. There should be 5-10 minutesof contacttime. A

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  • Hot Talks: How dairy cow management shapes calf

    The calf's immune system is shaped already in the cow and a big part of the programming takes place directly after birth via colostrum. The cow and the calf integrate every impact whether via feeding, temperature, pain other stressors to guide the responsiveness of the newborn's immune system.

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  • Augmented antiviral T cell immunity by oral administration ...

    2021-10-1u2002·u2002The results of the preclinical studies presented above show that IMM124E is a potent medication to enhance antiviral immunity across viral strains, by increasing the number of IFNγ-secreting T cell clones in response to CMV and influenza viral antigens.

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  • Nutritional management systems to enhance the immunity ...

    2020-12-4u2002·u2002Goals Objectives The overall goal of our research efforts is to enhance the immunity, growth and reproductive performance of beef cattle, in order to enhance the profitability and sustainability of beef producers.Our objectives include:1) Stimulate the use of local byproducts as a feed alternatives to beef cattle.2) Evaluate different nutritional management systems to increase calf value at ...

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  • Very‐low‐carbohydrate diet enhances human T‐cell

    2021-6-21u2002·u2002The role of ROS in T-cell immunity is exceptional and markedly differs from tissues and particularly from cancer cells: ETC-derived ROS serve as a second messenger during T-cell activation (Murphy & Siegel, 2013; Franchina et al, 2018), thus being considered pivotal for T-cell immunity (Devadas et al, 2002; Jones et al, 2007; Sena et al, 2013).

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  • Cell-Mediated Immunity to Varicella-Zoster Virus: In Vitro ...

    The extent of immune-specific incorporation of tritiated thymidine by lymphocytes could be increased by incubation of the cultures in the presence of fetal calf serum. Cellular immunity to the varicella-zoster virus can be studied in relation to the risk of infection in immunosuppressed patients, and such work may lead to a better understanding ...

    Get Price
  • 'Evaluating the in vivo immune response to

    2018-9-10u2002·u2002In these studies, an implant device was developed to detect vaccination-induced, cell-mediated immunity in the subcutaneous tissue of calves. The long-term, future aim of these combined studies is to use the implant device to efficiently screen novel Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) vaccine candidates. This in vivo screening test would rapidly and …

    Get Price
  • Generation of cellular immune memory and B-cell

    2015-2-27u2002·u2002The goal of most vaccines is the induction of long-lived memory T and B cells capable of protecting the host from infection by cytotoxic mechanisms, cytokines …

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  • Vitamin D improves immune function in

    2016-11-24u2002·u2002Vitamin D is an essential fat-soluble vitamin with multiple functions. Vitamin D receptor has been shown to be expressed in several types of immune cells suggesting vitamin D may have immune regulatory roles. Vitamin D insufficiency has been suggested to increase the risk of autoimmune diseases. However, little is known regarding its immunomodulatory effects in the condition of immune …

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  • Syncytia formation by SARS‐CoV‐2‐infected cells

    2020-11-4u2002·u2002The viral and cellular mechanisms regulating the formation of these syncytia are not well understood. Here, we show that SARS-CoV-2-infected cells express the Spike protein (S) at their surface and fuse with ACE2-positive neighboring cells. Expression of S without any other viral proteins triggers syncytia formation.

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  • Article Cell-Mediated Immunity Imbalance in Patients

    2013-4-25u2002·u2002Cellular & Molecular Immunology 71 Article Volume 4 Number 1 February 2007 Cell-Mediated Immunity Imbalance in Patients with Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy Bin Ling1, 2, 3, Fengqiu Yao1, 2, Ying Zhou 2, Zhengzheng Chen1, 2, Guodong Shen2 and Yuanyuan Zhu 2

    Get Price
  • Neonatal Immune Development in the Calf and Its Impact

    In this article we cover the immunologic response as it develops, the components of passive immunity, and the immune response of young calves. We discuss interference from maternal immunity in the development of specific immunity and vaccine strategies for developing protection against pathogens in …

    Get Price
  • Understanding Calf Immunity

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002The calf should be immune to most of the pathogens present in the environment because the dam has already been exposed to them and developed protective antibodies. Another example of passive immunity is the administration of specific antiserum or antitoxin to sick cattle or calves that did not receive enough colostrum.

    Get Price
  • Immunology of bovine respiratory syncytial virus in calves

    Bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) is an important cause of respiratory disease in young calves. The virus is genetically and antigenically closely related to human (H)RSV, which is a major cause of respiratory disease in young infants. As a natural pathogen of calves, BRSV infection recapitu …

    Get Price
  • ColoBoost Calf: booster for immune system for newborn ...

    ColoBoost Calf is a booster for the immune system. It is formulated for newborn calves that lack colostrum (low amounts or poor quality). Made up of concentrated and standardized bovine colostrum, the formula is designed to enhance calf immunity. Energy, prebiotics, probiotics, vitamin E and selenium contribute to the calf getting off to a good ...

    Get Price
  • Article Expression and Purification of Soluble Human ...

    2013-4-25u2002·u2002Cellular & Molecular Immunology 139 Article Volume 3 Number 2 April 2006 Expression and Purification of Soluble Human Programmed ... shown to enhance antiviral and antitumoral immunity (13-15). ... calf serum) for 1 h at 37°C, then 100 μl of 0.4 μg/ml ...

    Get Price
  • Alum and metoclopramide synergistically enhance cellular ...

    More importantly, a combination of alum and metoclopramide induced robust Th1 responses and promoted potent cellular and humoral immunity. Previous in vivo results revealed that it is possible to enhance S. typhimurium vaccine immune responses via the alum-naloxone mixture or the propranolol-alum mixture as vaccine adjuvants, . The results of ...

    Get Price
  • Effects of age on immune function in broiler chickens ...

    2021-3-18u2002·u2002There are many diseases in poultry, many of which are caused by poor immune function. It is not clear how cytokines and various immune cell functions change with age in modern broilers. The purpose of this study was to explore the patterns of development of the immunity of the broiler chickens in cage. The results showed that there were 3 development patterns of immunity in the broiler chickens.

    Get Price
  • Gut health, stress, and immunity in neonatal dairy calves ...

    2020-11-9u2002·u2002The cumulative evidence that perinatal events have long-lasting ripple effects through the life of livestock animals should impact future nutritional and management recommendations at the farm level. The implications of fetal programming due to malnutrition, including neonatal survival and lower birth weights, have been characterized, particularly during early and mid-gestation, when placental ...

    Get Price
  • FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity

    2021-10-4u2002·u2002FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity. As a new addition to Herdwatch's Farm Smart series, we are partnering with leaders from the agriculture industry to provide expert advice to Herdwatch members, with timely and relevant articles that will help you manage your herd more efficiently & effectively. In the first of this series, Kevin O ...

    Get Price
  • The enhancing effect of Klebsiella pneumoniae lysate on ...

    2017-12-18u2002·u2002immunity, but not cellular immunity. Although the compound adjuvant AS04 is able to induce cellular immunity, the homogeneity of vaccine preparation and high cost limit the wide usage of AS04. This urged us to develop new economic and easy to be obtained adjuvants able to enhance both humoral immunity and cellular immunity. Microbe-derived

    Get Price
  • Neonatal Immune Development in the Calf and Its Impact

    In this article we cover the immunologic response as it develops, the components of passive immunity, and the immune response of young calves. We discuss interference from maternal immunity in the development of specific immunity and vaccine strategies for developing protection against pathogens in …

    Get Price
  • Understanding Calf Immunity

    2020-8-31u2002·u2002The calf should be immune to most of the pathogens present in the environment because the dam has already been exposed to them and developed protective antibodies. Another example of passive immunity is the administration of specific antiserum or antitoxin to sick cattle or calves that did not receive enough colostrum.

    Get Price
  • Immunology of bovine respiratory syncytial virus in calves

    Bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) is an important cause of respiratory disease in young calves. The virus is genetically and antigenically closely related to human (H)RSV, which is a major cause of respiratory disease in young infants. As a natural pathogen of calves, BRSV infection recapitu …

    Get Price
  • ColoBoost Calf: booster for immune system for newborn ...

    ColoBoost Calf is a booster for the immune system. It is formulated for newborn calves that lack colostrum (low amounts or poor quality). Made up of concentrated and standardized bovine colostrum, the formula is designed to enhance calf immunity. Energy, prebiotics, probiotics, vitamin E and selenium contribute to the calf getting off to a good ...

    Get Price
  • Article Expression and Purification of Soluble Human ...

    2013-4-25u2002·u2002Cellular & Molecular Immunology 139 Article Volume 3 Number 2 April 2006 Expression and Purification of Soluble Human Programmed ... shown to enhance antiviral and antitumoral immunity (13-15). ... calf serum) for 1 h at 37°C, then 100 μl of 0.4 μg/ml ...

    Get Price
  • Alum and metoclopramide synergistically enhance cellular ...

    More importantly, a combination of alum and metoclopramide induced robust Th1 responses and promoted potent cellular and humoral immunity. Previous in vivo results revealed that it is possible to enhance S. typhimurium vaccine immune responses via the alum-naloxone mixture or the propranolol-alum mixture as vaccine adjuvants, . The results of ...

    Get Price
  • Effects of age on immune function in broiler chickens ...

    2021-3-18u2002·u2002There are many diseases in poultry, many of which are caused by poor immune function. It is not clear how cytokines and various immune cell functions change with age in modern broilers. The purpose of this study was to explore the patterns of development of the immunity of the broiler chickens in cage. The results showed that there were 3 development patterns of immunity in the broiler chickens.

    Get Price
  • Gut health, stress, and immunity in neonatal dairy calves ...

    2020-11-9u2002·u2002The cumulative evidence that perinatal events have long-lasting ripple effects through the life of livestock animals should impact future nutritional and management recommendations at the farm level. The implications of fetal programming due to malnutrition, including neonatal survival and lower birth weights, have been characterized, particularly during early and mid-gestation, when placental ...

    Get Price
  • FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity

    2021-10-4u2002·u2002FARM SMART: Expert Guide to Calf Immunity. As a new addition to Herdwatch's Farm Smart series, we are partnering with leaders from the agriculture industry to provide expert advice to Herdwatch members, with timely and relevant articles that will help you manage your herd more efficiently & effectively. In the first of this series, Kevin O ...

    Get Price
  • The enhancing effect of Klebsiella pneumoniae lysate on ...

    2017-12-18u2002·u2002immunity, but not cellular immunity. Although the compound adjuvant AS04 is able to induce cellular immunity, the homogeneity of vaccine preparation and high cost limit the wide usage of AS04. This urged us to develop new economic and easy to be obtained adjuvants able to enhance both humoral immunity and cellular immunity. Microbe-derived

    Get Price