Researchers will study the disease process and immune function of cats impacted by Cytauxoon felis, an emerging tick-borne parasite.
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Researchers will look for the underlying cause of feline inflammatory disorders affecting the small intestine, pancreas and liver.
Researchers will study different strains of Microsporum canis, the primary cause of ringworm in cats and develop a test for rapid diagnosis of this fungal disease.
Researchers will investigate the underlying reason why clots form in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, the most common feline heart disease.
Researchers will study the gut bacterial communities, called microbiota, in kittens with the long-term goal of developing novel treatments and preventive strategies for diarrhea.
Researchers will study differences between cat and dog gastrointestinal physiology and use this information to help improve medication selection and dosing for cats.
Researchers will establish a culture system to grow Cytauxzoon felis, a tick-borne parasite that can cause life-threatening illness in pet cats.