Researchers will assess the extent to which agricultural landscapes influence the parasitic disease Toxoplasma gondii in wild African mammals, focusing on how these infections impact the behavior and health of wild spotted hyenas.
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Researchers will gather baseline data on equine monocytes, a type of white blood cell important to fighting off infections and reducing inflammation.
Researchers will evaluate the potential of a combination adjunct therapy of hydrocortisone, vitamin C and thiamine in septic foals.
Researchers will investigate if gut and nasal microbiomes play a role in the health and development of Cape buffalo calves and viability of the herd.
Researchers will use DNA sequencing technology to better understand biological mechanisms that help cats fight off viral infections; highly applicable for the development of the next generation of vaccines.
Researchers will aim to improve diagnostic testing to control bovine tuberculosis in African wildlife.
Using cultured cells, researchers will study how the horse's immune system responds to endotoxins, toxic substances in bacteria responsible for many horse diseases, including gastrointestinal disease and foal sepsis.