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-Larmer&Mallard: High Immune response sires reduce
disease incidence in North American large commercial dairy populations

-Emam, M., Paibomesai, M., Thompson-Crispi, K., Schenkel,
F., Miglior, F., Sargolzaei, M., Mallard, B. (2014) The
Association between Sire Estimated Breeding Value for
Antibody-Mediated Immune Response (AMIR) and Offspring
AMIR Phenotype. In Proc 10th World Congress on Genetics
Applied to Livestock Production. pp17-22

-Fleming, K., Thompson-Crispi, K.A., Hodgins, D.C., Miglior,
F., Corredig, M., Mallard, B.A. (2016) Short communication:
Variation of total immunoglobulin G and β-lactoglobulin
concentrations in colostrum and milk from Canadian Holsteins
classified as high, average, or low immune responders.
Journal of Dairy Science 99(3): 2358-63

-Stoop, C.L., Thompson-Crispi, K.A., Cartwright, S.L., Mallard,
B.A. (2016) Short communication: Variation in production
parameters among Canadian Holstein cows classified as
high, average, and low immune responders. Journal of Dairy
Science 99(6): 4870-4874

-Thompson-Crispi, K.A., Hine, B., Quinton, M., Miglior, F.,
Mallard, B.A. (2012) Short communication: Association of
disease incidence and adaptive immune response in Holstein
dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science 95(7): 3888-3893

-Thompson-Crispi, K.A., Sewalem, A., Miglior, F., Mallard,
B.A. (2012) Genetic parameters of adaptive immune response
traits in Canadian Holsteins. Journal of Dairy Science 95(1):
401-409

-Thompson-Crispi, K.A., Miglior, F., Mallard, B.A. (2013)
Incidence rates of clinical mastitis among Canadian Holsteins
classified as high, average, or low immune responders. Clinical
and Vaccine Immunology 20(1): 106-112

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