The Use of Acute Phase Proteins as Biomarkers of Diseases in Cattle and Swine

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  title={The Use of Acute Phase Proteins as Biomarkers of Diseases in Cattle and Swine},
  author={Csilla T{\'o}thov{\'a} and Oskar Nagy and Gabriel Kov{\'a}{\vc}},
  year={2013}
}
The acute phase response is a nonspecific and complex reaction of an organism that occurs shortly after any tissue injury. The origin of this response can be attributable to infectious, traumatic, immunologic, neoplastic, or other causes, in order to restore homeostasis, reduce tissue damage, and to remove the cause of disturbances [1]. The acute phase response is characterized by a number of different systemic effects, a range of metabolic activities and alterations in a wide variety of… CONTINUE READING

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