Researchers will analyze the risk and rate of transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 from humans to pet dogs.
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Researchers will attempt to identify genetic mutations associated with perianal fistula (painful lesions in the skin and deeper tissue around the anal area of dogs) in two high-risk breeds – German shepherd and Leonberger dogs.
Researchers will search for genetic variations responsible for the development of a forelimb deformity in Newfoundland dogs.
Researchers will evaluate the feasibility of custom, 3D-printed orthopedic implants in dogs with shinbone fractures
Researchers will create a canine-specific cell biology tool to improve the study of hematopoiesis, the process by which immune and blood cells are created.
Researchers will determine if dogs with pulmonary hypertension have an increased ability to form clots within the lungs, contributing to more severe disease.
Researchers will develop a canine airway cell culture model to study viruses associated with canine infectious respiratory disease, also known as kennel cough, and a potential new adjunct therapy.