Researchers will investigate novel methods of measuring chronic pain hypersensitivity in cats with osteoarthritis and other degenerative joint diseases to improve diagnostic and treatment strategies.
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Researchers will fill in missing information in the horse genome associated with tendon health and aging.
Researchers will develop a novel model to study limb wound-healing and skinhealing complications in horses.
Researchers will study biomechanical forces in different horse gaits as well as genetic risk factors associated with the development of osteochondrosis (OC) in Standardbred horses, a breed with high prevalence of OC lesions.
Researchers will explore new techniques to generate stem cells that are more immunologically compatible and less likely to be rejected by the horse's immune system.
Researchers will investigate how equine muscle cells regulate calcium movement, and examine its role in equine muscle diseases.
Researchers will evaluate the ability of a unique population of cells called interzone cells to produce new cartilage in horses with joint damage.