Researchers will investigate the immune response in dogs with pemphigus foliaceus, a common canine skin disease causing rupturing blisters and sores.
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Researchers will evaluate if the drug rapamycin can reverse the negative heart changes associated with subvalvular aortic stenosis, the most common congenital heart defect in dogs.
Researchers will develop a highly sensitive test to diagnose Bartonella bacteria, associated with a wide spectrum of debilitating diseases in cats and other species.
Researchers will investigate a potential cause of red blood cell destruction in immune-mediated hemolytic anemia to inform the development of targeted treatments for this deadly autoimmune disease.
Researchers will identify mosquitoes capable of transmitting heartworm disease to dogs and other mammals to inform disease management strategies.
Researchers will isolate novel antimicrobials from natural products, including plants, and test their ability to inhibit bacteria growth responsible for urinary tract infections.
Researchers will develop a test to measure blood platelets aging in dogs with a bleeding disorder called immune thrombocytopenia to inform treatment discovery.