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Displaying results 11 - 17 of 17 items found.

11. Using a Novel Feeding System to Decrease Obesity and Metabolic Disease in Horses

(Web Page; Tue Nov 26 11:06:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Melody A. de Laat, Queensland University of Technology, Pilot Study Sponsor: Study ID: D14EQ-813

Description: This study will investigate whether a dynamic feeding system that requires free movement during feeding can be used to promote weight loss and reduce metabolic disease in horses.

12. Evaluating if Horses with Cushing’s Disease Have a Harder Time Absorbing Nutrients

(Web Page; Thu Feb 16 09:47:00 CST 2012)

D12EQ-823Dr. Nathalie L. Trottier, Michigan State University, Pilot Study

13. Identifying Bacterial Factors That Contribute to Equine Disorders

(Web Page; Thu Mar 14 04:16:00 CDT 2013)

D13EQ-040Dr. Jan Janecka, Texas A&M University

14. 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.

15. 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):

16. 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.

17. Evaluating a Drug to Treat Inflammation in Horses

(Web Page; Mon Jan 04 12:32:00 CST 2016)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Samuel L. Jones, North Carolina State University Sponsors: United States Eventing Association (USEA) Study ID: D15EQ-018

Description: Researchers will investigate the effectiveness of the drug misoprostol in treating inflammation in horses.