Gene expression profiling as a tool for understanding the host response to cattle ticks

Piper, E. K., Jonsson, N. N., Constantinoiu, C. C., Gondro, C., Lew-Tabor, A. E., Vance, M. E. and Jackson, L. A. (2011). Gene expression profiling as a tool for understanding the host response to cattle ticks. In: Luciana Correia Almeida Regitano, Simone Cristina Meo Niciura, Ana Carolina de Souza Chagas, Marcia Cristina de Sena Oliveira, Marcelo Beltrao Molento, Mauricio de Alvarenga Mudadu, Luiz Lehmann Coutinho and Alessandro Francisco Talamini do Amarante, Advances in the Knowledge of Parasite Resistance of Ruminant Hosts and Parasites: Proceedings. Advances in the Knowledge of Parasite Resistance of Ruminant Hosts and Parasites, Sao Carlos, Brazil, (30-33). 26th September - 7th October 2011.

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Author Piper, E. K.
Jonsson, N. N.
Constantinoiu, C. C.
Gondro, C.
Lew-Tabor, A. E.
Vance, M. E.
Jackson, L. A.
Title of paper Gene expression profiling as a tool for understanding the host response to cattle ticks
Conference name Advances in the Knowledge of Parasite Resistance of Ruminant Hosts and Parasites
Conference location Sao Carlos, Brazil
Conference dates 26th September - 7th October 2011
Proceedings title Advances in the Knowledge of Parasite Resistance of Ruminant Hosts and Parasites: Proceedings
Place of Publication Sao Carlos, Brazil
Publisher Embrapa Pecuaria Sudeste
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9788586764226
Editor Luciana Correia Almeida Regitano
Simone Cristina Meo Niciura
Ana Carolina de Souza Chagas
Marcia Cristina de Sena Oliveira
Marcelo Beltrao Molento
Mauricio de Alvarenga Mudadu
Luiz Lehmann Coutinho
Alessandro Francisco Talamini do Amarante
Start page 30
End page 33
Total pages 4
Collection year 2012
Formatted Abstract/Summary The cattle tick, Rhipicephalus Boophilus microplus (formerly Boophilus microplus), is the most significant parasite of cattle in Australia and threatens the improvement of cattle production in tropical and subtropical countries worldwide. [Introduction extract]
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