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Displaying results 1 - 9 of 9 items found.

1. Investigating the Link Between Environmental Exposure to Chemicals and Equine Metabolic Syndrome

(Web Page; Tue Mar 17 11:36:00 CDT 2015)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Molly E. McCue, University of Minnesota Sponsors: Study ID: D15EQ-029

Description: Researchers will investigate the link between persistent organic pollutants in the environment and the development of equine metabolic syndrome.

2. Searching for Genetic Risk Factors for Equine Metabolic Syndrome

(Web Page; Thu Mar 16 09:58:00 CDT 2017)

Principal Investigator: Molly E. McCue, DVM, PhD, University of Minnesota Sponsors: Study ID: D17EQ-019

Description: Researchers will search for genetic markers associated with an increased risk for equine metabolic syndrome, a disorder in horses characterized by insulin resistance, obesity and susceptibility to laminitis.

3. Searching for Genetic Risk Factors for Equine Metabolic Syndrome

(Web Page; Thu Mar 16 10:03:00 CDT 2017)

Principal Investigator: Elaine Norton, DVM, University of Minnesota Sponsors: Study ID: D17EQ-402

Description: As part of a larger research project (D17EQ-019), the research fellow will analyze metabolic products to help prioritize genetic regions of interest in the ongoing search for markers associated with an increased risk of equine metabolic syndrome in horses.

4. Searching for candidate genes responsible for equine metabolic syndrome

(Web Page; Wed Mar 15 14:33:00 CDT 2017)

STUDY ID: D16EQ-401 INVESTIGATOR: Felipe F. Avila, University of Minnesota SPONSOR(S):

5. Genetic loci underlying metabolic differences, metabolic syndrome and laminitis risk across breeds

(Web Page; Tue Nov 26 10:41:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Molly E. McCue, University of Minnesota Sponsor: Study ID: D14EQ-033

Description: This study will investigate the genetic risk factors that underlie susceptibility for equine metabolic syndrome and laminitis in horses.

6. Understanding Why Some Horses Seem Predisposed to Metabolic Syndrome

(Web Page; Thu Jul 05 09:21:00 CDT 2012)

D12EQ-028Dr. Raymond J. Geor, Michigan State University Co-sponsor: Smoke Rise Foundation

7. Targeting Relevant Genes Involved in Cushing’s Syndrome

(Web Page; Wed Aug 14 15:07:00 CDT 2013)

D12EQ-027Dr. James K. Belknap, The Ohio State University Co-sponsors: The Johnson-Stillman Family Foundation, American Association of Equine Practitioners Foundation

8. Identifying Breed Differences in Insulin Sensitivity in Horses

(Web Page; Tue Nov 26 10:48:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Jane M. Manfredi, Michigan State University, Fellowship Training Grant Sponsor: Study ID: D14EQ-401

Description: This study will investigate how differences in the metabolic characteristics of muscle and fat tissue contribute to breed variation in insulin sensitivity.

9. Evaluating a Test for Assessing Insulin Response and Sensitivity in Horses

(Web Page; Tue Nov 26 10:59:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Jill McCutcheon, Michigan State University, Pilot Study Sponsor: Study ID: D14EQ-801

Description: This study will investigate an oral sugar test’s ability to assess insulin response and insulin sensitivity in horses.