Researchers will evaluate a noninvasive and affordable therapy for lower back pain called extracorporeal shockwave therapy.
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Researchers will look at how coinfections of two types of bacteria work together in dogs with urinary tract infections and use this new information to improve treatment
Researchers will evaluate a novel probiotic’s potential as a safe and effective treatment for pyoderma, a bacterial skin infection often caused by Staphylococcus bacteria.
Researchers will investigate a novel nanoparticle system to deliver chemotherapy drugs directly to osteosaroma tumors, the most common bone cancer in dogs.
Researchers will investigate the cat-and-mouse game between the dog’s immune response and canine parvovirus, an infectious gastrointestinal illness of puppies and young dogs.
Researchers will evaluate several drugs in a novel three-dimensional culture model to gauge their potential as new treatments for pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism, also known as Cushing’s disease.
Researchers will explore the potential of gene therapy (reprogramming of cells already present in the body through the transfer of genes) as a new strategy to treat osteoarthritis in dogs.