UBRE CAPRINA Y INMUNIDAD INNATA: REVISIÓN BIBLIOGRÁFICA

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https://doi.org/10.32435/envsmoke.20192317-27

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Neutrófilos, Macrófagos, Asesino Natural.

Abstract

Se describen diversos factores de predisposición para las afecciones mamarias o trastornos secundarios que afectan a la salud de la ubre y, por tanto, la productividad y calidad de la leche de hembras caprinas en las diferentes especies. Los patógenos que desencadenan la mastitis, tienen diversos factores de virulencia que llevan a la colonización e infección de este órgano. En esta situación, el animal debe tener una respuesta adecuada y desarrollar una respuesta inmunológica (innata o específica), donde la inmunidad innata es la respuesta predominante en la defensa primaria después de la invasión microbiana. Esta reacción está presente y se activa en el lugar de la infección por varios estímulos. Este artículo aborda los aspectos relacionados con el desencadenamiento de la inmunidad innata en la ubre caprina.

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Gil Dutra Furtado, Cooperativa de Serviços Técnicos do Agronegócio

Graduando em Medicina Veterinária/UNINASSAU; Engenheiro Agrônomo/Universidade Federal da Paraíba (UFPB); Doutor em Psicobiologia/Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN); Sócio da Cooperativa de Agronegócio (COOPAGRO), Brasil.

Leonardo Alves Farias, Centro Universitário Maurício de Nassau

Mestre; Médico Veterinário; Professor/UNINASSAU, Brasil.

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31/10/2019

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Furtado, G. D., & Farias, L. A. (2019). UBRE CAPRINA Y INMUNIDAD INNATA: REVISIÓN BIBLIOGRÁFICA. ENVIRONMENTAL SMOKE, 2(3), 17–27. https://doi.org/10.32435/envsmoke.20192317-27

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