Data from: Bighorn sheep show similar in-host responses to the same pathogen strain in two contrasting environments

Kezia Manlove, Annette Roug, Kent Hersey, Cameron Martinez, Michael Martinez, Kerry Mower, Talisa Ortega, Eric Rominger, Caitlin Ruhl, Nicole Tatman & Jace Taylor
Ecological context – the biotic and abiotic environment, along with its influence on population mixing dynamics and individual susceptibility – are thought to have major bearing on epidemic outcomes. However, direct comparisons of disease events in contrasting ecological contexts in wildlife systems are often confounded by concurrent differences in host genetics, exposure histories, or pathogen strains. Here, we compare disease dynamics of a Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae spillover event that affected bighorn sheep populations in two contrasting...
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