Mechanisms of bacterial injury.


Bacterial injury in bovine pneumonia may result from bacterial release of exotoxins or from complex interactions between bacterial products such as LPS, proteases, or antigens and host responses. The latter interactions usually result in both protection and tissue damage. The balance between degree of protective functions and injurious functions will… (More)


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@article{Corbeil1985MechanismsOB, title={Mechanisms of bacterial injury.}, author={Lynette B. Corbeil and Raymond P. Gogolewski}, journal={The Veterinary clinics of North America. Food animal practice}, year={1985}, volume={1 2}, pages={367-76} }