Researchers will establish a culture system to grow Cytauxzoon felis, a tick-borne parasite that can cause life-threatening illness in pet cats.
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Researchers will develop blood tests to diagnose a recently discovered hepadnavirus, a pathogen suspected to cause liver disease in cats.
Researchers will investigate the cat-and-mouse game between the dog’s immune response and canine parvovirus, an infectious gastrointestinal illness of puppies and young dogs.
Researchers will screen genomes of several strains of bacteria causing leptospirosis, a potentially fatal disease in dogs, to help identify vaccine candidates and improve protection against infections.
Research will investigate the impact of infectious disease on the widespread decline of migratory tundra caribou.
Researchers will evaluate the potential of environmentally safe, insect-killing fungi to help reduce deadly winter tick burden in moose.
Researchers will examine risk factors and impacts of parasitic infections on moose winter survival.