Project to enhance tick resistance in cattle

Multidisciplinary team aims to identify naturally tick-resistant animals by examining content of exosomes.

In Australia, a research project has been proposed with the potential to greatly enhance the beef industry in the state of Queensland and globally has earned $250,000 funding from the Advance Queensland Innovation Partnerships program.

Queensland minister for innovation, science and the digital economy Leeanne Enoch recently said the research into improving tick resistance in beef cattle by The University of Queensland, James Cook University and the Nindooinbah Pastoral Co. could be a

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