September 03, 2012

The functional and immunological consequences of SeM variation on the pathogenesis of strangles

Andrew Waller
Animal Health Trust

What have Watson and Crick done for racing?
When DNA was discovered in 1953 no-one could have forseen how this would eventually help keep racehorses healthy. HBLB's genetic studies are paving the way to more effective treatment for Strangles, a life-threatening respiratory ailment.

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