Researchers will develop blood tests to diagnose a recently discovered hepadnavirus, a pathogen suspected to cause liver disease in cats.
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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 evaluate the safety and effectiveness of a promising new treatment for oral squamous cell carcinoma, a devastating feline oral cancer.
Researchers will evaluate a noninvasive and affordable therapy for lower back pain called extracorporeal shockwave therapy.
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.