Researchers will develop a cryopreservation technique to preserve airway tissue from horses that die of natural diseases with the goal of creating a tissue bank for studying respiratory diseases in horses.
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Researchers will improve the quality of the feline genome assembly, an important tool for studying genetic causes and risks associated with diseases in cats.
Researchers will investigate whether viral mutations associated with feline infectious peritonitis are valuable and effective diagnostic targets.
Researchers will investigate the effects of, and ways to minimize, transportationrelated stress on sea turtles to and from rehabilitation facilities and release sites.
Researchers will investigate the cause of a novel fungal shell infection causing high mortality in freshwater turtles.
Researchers will investigate the prevalence and geographical distribution of koala retrovirus and chlamydia infections in koalas to identify populations with disease-free animals to assist conservation efforts.
Researchers will aim to improve diagnostic testing to control bovine tuberculosis in African wildlife.
Researchers will develop an innovative and cost-effective vaccine to protect dogs and cats against infection with influenza viruses.
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.
Researchers will study cats with a protective immune response to feline enteric coronavirus (a common intestinal virus that can mutate and cause deadly feline infectious peritonitis) with the aim of identifying targets for a vaccine strategy.