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1. Mast Cell Tumors of Dogs and Cats

(File; Tue Feb 23 15:12:00 CST 2016)

Description: mast cell tumors of dogs and cats PDF

2. Studying How Mast Cell Tumors Spread

(Web Page; Thu Mar 14 10:47:00 CDT 2013)

D13CA-031Dr. Cheryl A. London, The Ohio State University Co-sponsors: Danny and Diana Beck honoring Dr Kirk Weicht; Flat-Coated Retriever Foundation; Anonymous; Rex and Nelle Jackson Foundation

Description: Mast cell tumors (MCTs) are the most common skin tumors in dogs, and they are often fatal. Previous studies in dogs with aggressive tumors found that the small microRNA (miR-9) expressed in those tumors was more likely to spread and kill affected dogs. This study provides a molecular framework for understanding how tumors with miR-9 spread.

3. Mast Cell Tumors

(Web Page; Wed Feb 29 11:40:00 CST 2012)

Normal mast cells occur in the skin and other tissues, such as the intestines and respiratory tract. They are part of the immune system and contain large amounts of histamine, heparin and enzymes that break down protein. These substances...

4. Mast Cell Tumors

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:01:00 CST 2012)

Normal mast cells occur in the skin and other tissues, such as the intestines and respiratory tract. They are part of the immune system and contain large amounts of histamine, heparin and enzymes that break down protein. These substances...

5. Mast Cell Tumors

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:01:00 CST 2012)

Normal mast cells occur in the skin and other tissues, such as the intestines and respiratory tract. They are part of the immune system and contain large amounts of histamine, heparin and enzymes that break down protein. These substances...

6. Mast Cell Tumors

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:01:00 CST 2012)

Normal mast cells occur in the skin and other tissues, such as the intestines and respiratory tract. They are part of the immune system and contain large amounts of histamine, heparin and enzymes that break down protein. These substances...

7. Mast Cell Tumors

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:01:00 CST 2012)

Normal mast cells occur in the skin and other tissues, such as the intestines and respiratory tract. They are part of the immune system and contain large amounts of histamine, heparin and enzymes that break down protein. These substances...

8. Mast Cell Tumors

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:01:00 CST 2012)

Normal mast cells occur in the skin and other tissues, such as the intestines and respiratory tract. They are part of the immune system and contain large amounts of histamine, heparin and enzymes that break down protein. These substances...

9. Assessing the NDY1 Protein as a Potential Treatment for Mast Cell Cancer

(Web Page; Mon Dec 23 12:57:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Elizabeth A. McNiel, Tufts Medical Center Sponsors: Anonymous Study ID: D14CA-051

10. Advancing Knowledge of the Molecular Mechanisms of Mast Cell Tumors

(Web Page; Wed Nov 27 15:54:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Hiroyuki Mochizuki, North Carolina State University, Fellowship Training Grant Sponsors: American German Shepherd Dog Charitable Foundation, Inc. Study ID: D14CA-401

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