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1. Controlling itch and inflammation in dogs with atopic dermatitis

(Web Page; Wed Feb 01 08:46:00 CST 2017)

STUDY ID: D16CA-048 INVESTIGATOR: Wolfgang Baeumer, DrMedVet, North Carolina State University SPONSOR(S): Rex and Nelle Jackson Foundation, Pekingese Club of America, Newfoundland Club of America Charitable Trust

Description: Researchers will investigate the role of a small protein released in response to inflammation as a potential new therapy target to control itch and inflammation in dogs with chronic, relapsing allergic skin disease.

2. Expression and Function of Canine Thymic Stromal Lymphopoietin in Itch, Allergy and Atopic Dermatitis

(Web Page; Wed Mar 02 13:21:00 CST 2016)

Principal Investigator: Joy Rachel C Ganchingco, MSc, DVM, North Carolina State University, Fellowship Training Grant Sponsors: Study ID: D16CA-406

Description: Researchers will investigate the role of a small protein released in response to inflammation as a potential new therapy target to control itch and inflammation in dogs with chronic, relapsing allergic skin disease.

3. Identifying Healthy Bacteria on Canine Skin

(Web Page; Mon Nov 12 18:49:00 CST 2012)

D13CA-037 Dr. Timothy J. Johnson, University of Minnesota

Description: This study identifies the healthy bacteria living on the skin of dogs. The information gathered will be used to better understand how the household environment and the skin microenvironment influence the composition of skin bacteria. The study will provide a foundation for future studies on how healthy bacteria protect dogs against common diseases such as atopic dermatitis.