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. Another advantage of the altered adenoviruses is that they are live vaccines—though they are replication-incompetent—so they may activate the immune system better than the traditional, inactivated influenza vaccines. Also, the altered adenoviruses show

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IN SHORT CATNIP, SILVER VINE ACTIVATE CAT OPIOID SYSTEMS, REPEL MOSQUITOES Catnip and silver vine send cats into bliss by activating their opioid system, according to a recent study. Rubbing their faces against the plants also may help

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Studies Database. Information about participating in the studies is available at avma.org/findvetstudies . AAHSD005320: “Evaluation of injury-initiated B cell activation after orthopedic surgery in dogs,” University of California-Davis. AAHSD005325

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crown before activation. (C) Activation and tuning of the ultrasonic scaler to deliver a cooling irrigation mist. (D) Removal of plaque and calculus. (E) Removal of plaque and calculus from the developmental groove. (F) Cleaned tooth. (Photos courtesy of

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decline in renal function. Because amlodipine can activate the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, an ACEi or ARB needs to be given concurrently to block this activation. Telmisartan, an ARB, lowers blood pressure and can be used as a single agent to

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to a critical cellular protein known as signal transducer and activator of transcription 1, halting key parts of the immune response. What wasn't understood was how P-protein—the main immune antagonist of lyssaviruses, including the rabies virus

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the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Dr. Whittaker said a common mutation in the feline infectious peritonitis virus's spike protein activation site transforms the virus from one that is highly transmissible but relatively benign to a

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for personal and family preparedness for disasters and animal health emergencies. Demonstrates knowledge of one's expected role(s) in organizational and community response plans activated during a disaster or animal health emergency. Demonstrates

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,” Eric Dumonteil, PhD, Tulane University, $24,937. • “Targeted intra-arterial administration of tissue plasminogen activator as a treatment for feline distal aortic thromboembolism,” Drs. Sigal Klainbart and Joshua Milgram, Hebrew University, $24

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national asset— VMAT—to enhance state needs; engages state and local veterinarians and veterinary medical associations; shortens activation time; increases public awareness of VMAT; and facilitates coordination among the AVMA and state VMAS, state

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