This study will investigate the development of improved allergen specific immunotherapy for the treatment of allergic diseases of horses.
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.
This study tests the ability of a new genomic technology to identify new viruses in cats and allow better genetic characterization of known feline viruses.
This study investigates whether DNA-based markers can be used to improve methods for categorizing feline mammary cancers into subgroups based on probable outcome.
This study aims to identify broad-spectrum antiviral drugs with potential treating for feline infectious peritonitis and virulent, systemic feline calicivirus infection in cats.
This study examines the potential of a novel therapy for feline oral squamous cell carcinoma, which is the most common oral cancer in cats.
This study will sequence the entire genome of a bovine strain and a feline strain of Tritrichomonas foetus to determine whether these are distinct species and to help develop more effective therapies.
This study investigates the safety and efficacy of long-term use of the topical antiviral drug cidofovir in cats with chronic feline herpesvirus infection.
This study will establish the MK-467 dose needed to counteract the effect of dexmedetomidine on heart rate and will characterize how the drug's concentration changes in blood over time.
This project will develop methods for detecting infection with a newly discovered feline herpesvirus and will determine whether this infection is associated with common feline cancers.