Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the most common form of heart disease diagnosed in cats. Researchers will perform genetic analysis to look for a genetic cause for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in several cat...
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Researchers will study the genetic causes of health problems in grey-colored alpacas, critical steps toward the development of a genetic screening test to improve the overall health of these animals.
Researchers will use genomic tools to understand the causes of infertility in endangered black-footed ferrets.
Researchers will identify horse breeds most susceptible to Salmonella and determine which antibiotics would provide the greatest benefit to stricken animals.
Researchers will investigate genetic mutations associated with increased risk for calcium oxalate urinary stones, a painful and common health problem in dogs.
Researchers will estimate population age structure of critically endangered Galápagos giant tortoises on Española Island to help improve conservation strategies for these iconic animals.
Researchers will study the genetic basis of chondrodystrophy (a lethal form of dwarfism) to help identify carriers of this fatal disorder in captive and wild California condors.