Researchers will study the potential of a novel type of stem cell to treat inflammatory and immune-mediated diseases in dogs.
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Researchers will determine if a promising new drug used to treat dogs with hemangiosarcoma would benefit dogs with other incurable cancers.
Researchers will find out how the specific enzymes in dogs break down common environmental chemicals that have been linked to cancers in humans.
Researchers are looking at changes in gut bacteria that stimulate the immune system in dogs with inflammatory bowel disease to help identify novel ways to diagnose and treat this disease.
Researchers will develop a noninvasive pregnancy test for conservation management of multiple wildlife species, including African lion, dama gazelle and maned wolf.
Researchers will investigate how hemangiosarcoma cells use cholesterol and lipids to promote tumor growth and look at ways to block tumor cells from using these metabolic fuels.
Researchers will identify ways to stop the spread of an ongoing epidemic of peste des petits ruminants, also known as goat plague, that is threatening the survival of the critically endangered saiga antelope and other wild hoofed mammals in Mongolia.