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Cheryl Dvorak (*1), Zeynep Akkutay-Yoldar, Suzanne Stone, Steven Tousignant, Fabio Vannucci, and Michael Murtaugh published the manuscript, "An i
Out of 185 dogs that were sterilized and for whom we knew how old they were when they were sterilized, it is significantly more likely for a female dog to tear her CCL if she was spayed at a young age.
The results of Dr. Walcheck’s studies may lead to new treatments for diseases associated with widespread inflammation, such as life-threatening sepsis
Treatment of infections with antimicrobial drugs is a cornerstone of veterinary medicine, but selecting and administering antibiotics to companion animals and livestock is often not a simple matter.
As viruses infect cells of an animal host, they often stimulate a vigorous immune response. This is due to the ability of host cells to detect viral products, such as double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) through pathogen recognition receptors.