Researchers will study equine herpesvirus to better understand how the disease develops and spreads. This new information will help improve diagnostics and contain outbreaks.
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Researchers will study circulating proteins and DNA in cats with known heart disease and clot complications and develop a screening test to help monitor disease risk for early intervention.
Researchers will develop a novel diagnostic test for feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIPV), also working toward developing a vaccine to prevent FIP emergence.
Researchers will investigate treatments for feline herpesvirus in shelter cats using DNA sequencing technologies.
Researchers will develop an oral vaccine against feline enteric coronavirus to prevent its deadly mutated form, feline infectious peritonitis.
By examining its effects on a dog’s heart and brain, researchers will investigate a wearable, wireless collar device designed to reduce seizures in canine epilepsy patients.
Researchers will identify antigens (substances that help trigger antibody defenses against disease) as a critical step toward developing a novel vaccine for heartworm in dogs.