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Nutritional compounds may augment innate immunity

, : Nutritional compounds may augment innate immunity. Feedstuffs 76(32): 12, 13, 16

Progress in understanding the role of nutrition in maintaining the ruminant immune system implies our ability to design nutritional strategies that support this critical function in ruminant livestock.


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