4 Works

Modelling the effects of antimicrobial metaphylaxis and pen size on bovine respiratory disease in high and low risk fattening cattle

Sébastien Picault, Pauline Ezanno, Kristen Smith, David Amrine, Brad White & Sébastien Assié
Abstract Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) dramatically affects young calves, especially in fattening facilities, and is difficult to understand, anticipate and control due to the multiplicity of factors involved in the onset and impact of this disease. In this study we aimed to compare the impact of farming practices on BRD severity and on antimicrobial usage. We designed a stochastic individual-based mechanistic BRD model which incorporates not only the infectious process, but also clinical signs, detection...

Mutation of the MYH3 gene causes recessive cleft palate in Limousine cattle

Anne Vaiman, Sébastien Fritz, Christian Beauvallet, Mekki Boussaha, Cécile Grohs, Nathalie Daniel-Carlier, Anne Relun, Didier Boichard, Jean-Luc Vilotte & Amandine Duchesne
Abstract Background The palate is a structure separating the oral and nasal cavities and its integrity is essential for feeding and breathing. The total or partial opening of the palate is called a cleft palate and is a common malformation in mammals with environmental or hereditary aetiologies. Generally, it compromises life expectancy in the absence of surgical repair. A new form of non-syndromic cleft palate arose recently in Limousine cattle, with animals referred to the...

Modelling the effects of antimicrobial metaphylaxis and pen size on bovine respiratory disease in high and low risk fattening cattle

Sébastien Picault, Pauline Ezanno, Kristen Smith, David Amrine, Brad White & Sébastien Assié
Abstract Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) dramatically affects young calves, especially in fattening facilities, and is difficult to understand, anticipate and control due to the multiplicity of factors involved in the onset and impact of this disease. In this study we aimed to compare the impact of farming practices on BRD severity and on antimicrobial usage. We designed a stochastic individual-based mechanistic BRD model which incorporates not only the infectious process, but also clinical signs, detection...

Mutation of the MYH3 gene causes recessive cleft palate in Limousine cattle

Anne Vaiman, Sébastien Fritz, Christian Beauvallet, Mekki Boussaha, Cécile Grohs, Nathalie Daniel-Carlier, Anne Relun, Didier Boichard, Jean-Luc Vilotte & Amandine Duchesne
Abstract Background The palate is a structure separating the oral and nasal cavities and its integrity is essential for feeding and breathing. The total or partial opening of the palate is called a cleft palate and is a common malformation in mammals with environmental or hereditary aetiologies. Generally, it compromises life expectancy in the absence of surgical repair. A new form of non-syndromic cleft palate arose recently in Limousine cattle, with animals referred to the...

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