Oncology - Osteosarcoma Grants
The Oncology - Osteosarcoma Research Program Area remains a focus of the AKC Canine Health Foundation through support of research into the pathophysiology of osteosarcoma, as well as the genetic basis and identification of potential therapeutic drugs.
|02642-A||NF-kappaB Inactivation Enhances Apoptosis in Canine Osteosarcoma Cells|
|02215||A Cancer Vaccine for Canine Osteosarcoma|
|01660||Identifying the Genes That Confer Risk for Osteosarcoma|
Previously Awarded Grants:
|1806||A Novel Virus-Based Anti-Tumor Treatment for Canine Osteosarcoma|
|01949-A||Targeting the Cell's Activation Machinery to Halt Tumor Metastasis in Canine Osteosarcoma|
|01903-A||Defining the Anti-Tumor Activity of Monocytes in Osteosarcoma|
|01726-A||Identifying Growth Factors That Promote the Spread of Osteosarcoma|
|01672-A||Isolation and Characterization of Tumor Initiating Cells in Canine Osteosarcoma Cell Lines|
|01704-A||Expression and distribution of Receptor Activator of Nuclear factor kB Ligand (RANK-L) and its receptor RANK in canine osteosarcoma|
|01317||Mutation Detection and Functional Analysis of Multiple Loci for Osteosarcoma|
|00947B||Heritable and Sporadic Genetic Lesions in Canine Osteosarcoma|
|982||Evaluation of Efficacy of Fasaret in Dogs with Osteosarcoma|
|976||Investigating the Role of STAT3 Activation in Canine Osteosarcoma|
|00757A||Hereditary Mutations in Genes Associated with Osteosarcoma in Large Dog Breeds|
|778||Role of Regulatory T Cells in Dogs with Osteosarcoma|
|00373A||Mapping Genes Associated with Osteosarcoma in Large Dog Breeds|
The AKC Canine Health Foundation funds research in 23 different Research Program Areas for the health of all dogs. These program areas enable the Foundation to create depth in our research portfolio and help us to be responsive to the health concerns of our constituents.
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