Researchers will investigate differences in mast cell subtypes found in the airways of heathy and asthmatic horses to help identify better diagnostic and treatment strategies for equine asthma.
Researchers will determine if a new quick test for a respiratory fungal infection in people will work for testing wild birds.
Researchers will investigate a promising new treatment target for equine asthma.
Researchers will evaluate the effectiveness of a new surgical suture technique to improve upper airway function in horses with recurrent laryngeal neuropathy, a common upper respiratory disease in horses.
Researchers will develop a cryopreservation technique to preserve airway tissue from horses that die of natural diseases with the goal of creating a tissue bank for studying respiratory diseases in horses.
Researchers will investigate whether intravenous magnesium sulfate can reverse airway constriction in asthma-like disease of horses.
This study investigates viruses and risk factors associated with respiratory illness in endangered mountain gorillas and evaluates potential transmission routes for viruses to pass between people and animals.