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.
This study investigates novel, targeted therapies for the treatment of feline Tritrichomonas foetus infection.
This study investigates ways to improve early detection of cardiomyopathy (heart disease) by primary care veterinarians in pet cats.
This study investigates a novel technique for noninvasive detection of early asthma from breath samples in asthmatic cats.
Summary: Researchers will evaluate skin cancers in cats for evidence that the cancer was caused by papillomavirus infection. Description: Skin cancer is a common and potentially fatal disease of cats...
This study investigates the effects of the antiplatelet medication clopidogrel in cats.
This study will provide insightful data on how environmental gestagens (compounds that bind progesterone receptors) cause reproductive dysfunction in fish and other aquatic wildlife and explore ways to protect the reproductive health of these animals.
Researchers will validate molecular techniques for quicker, more practical and more sensitive diagnosis of tuberculosis in elephants.
The aim of this study is to determine whether distributing the oral sylvatic plague vaccine to prairie dogs has protective and other effects on small rodents that live in and around prairie dog colonies.