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antibiotics on microbiota, the efficacy of novel gastroprotectants, a novel hepadnavirus, identification of genes that cause disease, the effects of brachycephalic conformation on cardiopulmonary health, and evaluation of commercial diets for calcium and

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hypoalbuminemia, meaning that fat was the nutrient of interest. Dr. Manchester prescribed an ultra low-fat diet along with clopidogrel and supplemental calcium and B12. Eight days later, Fannie was eating well and had solid stools, and her abdomen was no longer

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contractility (negative inotropy). Cardiovascular toxicity may be due to calcium channel blockade.” The label lists research results from administering Micotil at various doses to mice, rats, dogs, monkeys, swine, cattle, and sheep. “In dogs, intravenous

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for sanitation of facilities and processing equipment, calcium propionate for inhibition of mold in dry herbal products, and excipients in the manufacture of drugs. Excipients are inactive ingredients such as fillers, extenders, diluents, wetting

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carcinoma,” University of Missouri. AAHSD005432: “Lattice SBRT for palliation of large tumors,” University of Missouri. AAHSD005433: “Calcium electroporation in dogs with measurable cutaneous cancer,” University of Missouri. AAHSD005435: “Preclinical

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model of infection.” Second place: M. Rambeaud, University of Tennessee, for “Differential intracellular calcium release in neutrophils of cattle with different CXCR2 genotypes upon interleukin-8 activation.” Posters: Yanjing Xiao, Oklahoma State

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leading a clinical trial of a device designed to break up ureteral stones in cats via burst wave lithotripsy. She said her team’s early tests showed the machine could fragment calcium oxalate stones from cats in 10-50 minutes in a water bath. Dr. Furrow

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into the effects that dietary phosphorus and calcium-to-phosphorus ratio have on renal health in cats. The foundation awarded $49,950 for the study “Investigating the genetic basis of total body phosphate overload in cats with mild azotemic chronic

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horses. The team found that a gene, known as TRPM1, for calcium ion channel function was downregulated in Appaloosa horses with night blindness. “That work led scientists looking at human night blindness to start to look at that gene as a cause for

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should the bones be sold for use in calcium supplements. Substantial amounts of lead also can pass to a cow's fetus. Dr. Bischoff also said domestic animals can be sentinels for lead exposure. She was studying lead exposure and poisoning of cows on

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