Histotripsy appears to be a well-tolerated and effective treatment for canine bone cancer.
Epigenetic Biomarkers of B Cell Lymphoma October 31, 2022
Cancerous canine B cells show a distinct increase in overall methylation compared to normal canine B cells.
The Low Down on the Wipe Down for Working Dogs September 15, 2022
Commonly used veterinary cleansers are just as effective as FEMA recommended dish soap at removing a simulated contaminant from working dog coats, plus they provide the added benefit of antimicrobial activity.
Investigators have identified two genetic mutations that influence the development of idiopathic epilepsy in the Belgian Sheepdog and Belgian Tervuren.
Do vector-borne infections contribute to laboratory test abnormalities common in the Greyhound? August 15, 2022
CHF-funded investigators analyzed data to see what influence vector-borne infections have on the results of these common blood and urine tests
Do Lipid Droplets Play a Role in Canine Pyometra? July 25, 2022
Lipid droplets in the uterine lining likely play a role in the development of pyometra, or uterine infection.
Novel Neurologic Disorder Characterized in Dalmatians June 20, 2022
The genetic mutation responsible for a unique neurologic disease in Dalmatian dogs was recently identified.
Sub-clinical heart damage in apparently health dogs appears to be reversible with a diet change.
The combination of a genetic mutation and sex can predict a German Shepherd Dog’s risk of being affected by CIM with 75% accuracy.
Exploring Biomarkers for Atopic Dermatitis April 14, 2022
Measuring cell signaling proteins may be useful to monitor disease progression in dogs with atopic dermatitis.
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