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 evaluate the use of platelet lysate, a natural blood-derived product, in its natural and gel form to help control infections in horses.
Researchers will conduct a small clinical trial to investigate any benefits of extending antibiotic administration beyond 24 hours in horses undergoing surgery for colic.
Researchers will investigate diet-associated factors linked to the development of insulin dysregulation in horses.
Researchers will gather baseline data on equine monocytes, a type of white blood cell important to fighting off infections and reducing inflammation.
Researchers will investigate the effect of a widely used anti-inflammatory drug in horses on equine metabolic syndrome, a hormonal disorder associated with laminitis.
Researchers will investigate the role of the male-specific Y chromosome, currently not part of the horse reference genome.