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New method for detecting chronic GI disease in dogs

Chronic GI dysfunction, which affects approximately 2% of dogs requires a completely different clinical treatment approach

Researchers use quantum computing to predict gene relationships

In the future they plan to compare the healthy cells to ones with diseases or mutations

Parrot species is thriving in urban areas

An unusual example of a species that has adapted well

100 million years of mammals: Genomic study of 241 species provides ‘definitive’ revision of evolutionary timeline

Texas A&M team publishes federally funded research in the journal Science

How do sea otters live in cold water? Surplus energy keeps them warm

Research team finds ‘leak respiration’ accounts for high metabolic rate

Research developing first oral anthrax vaccine

Formulation to deliver the vaccine orally would allow for potential distribution to wildlife

Plant study sheds light on first steps of immune defense against microbes

The work creates new ideas for treating allergies and immune deficiencies.

Drones could apply thermal imaging to identify sick livestock in feedlots

Early detection could help producers use antibiotics with greater precision
Animal Models

Spinal disorders: Helping dogs recover may someday help humans

Canines with naturally occurring neurological conditions receive surgery and rehabilitation