General Systemic States

@article{2017GeneralSS,
  title={General Systemic States},
  author={},
  journal={Veterinary Medicine},
  year={2017},
  pages={43 - 112}
}
  • Published 2017
  • Veterinary Medicine
Causes: (A) Antigenic toxins: Produced by bacteria and to less extent by helminthes parasites. Antigenic toxins are divided into:-Exotoxins: Which are diffused in the surrounding media this toxin may be ingested or may be produced by heavy growth in the bowel e.g. enterotoxaemia, or from growth in tissues as in black leg, black disease. -Endotoxins: They are lipopolysaccharides and are found within the cell as a part of cell wall. They find their way into the medium and into the systemic… Expand
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