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Dogs, cats, and big-wave surfers: Healthy heart lessons from animals and athletes
For over 30 years, Terrie Williams has been studying exercise physiology in animals: African lions and wild dogs, dolphins and whales, coyotes and mountain lions, as well as a few human athletes. (2015-09-01)
Funny, you don't look related
Using DNA evidence, UCLA biologists have solved a mystery that dates back to Charles Darwin: How can a wolf-like animal the size of a Labrador retriever end up on an island in sufficient numbers that a new population emerges and evolves into a new species? (2009-11-12)
Injected bacteria shrink tumors in rats, dogs and humans
A modified version of the Clostridium novyi (C. novyi-NT) bacterium can produce a strong and precisely targeted anti-tumor response in rats, dogs and now humans, according to a new report from Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center researchers. (2014-08-13)
TGen and Ohio State collaborate on landmark precision medicine canine cancer study
Like many women who develop a particular type of breast cancer, the same gene -- HER2 -- also appears to be the cause of lung cancer in many dogs. (2019-08-20)
Gene therapy cures canines of inherited form of day blindness, Penn veterinary researchers say
Veterinary ophthalmology researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have used gene therapy to restore retinal cone function and day vision in two canine models of congenital achromatopsia, also called rod monochromacy or total color blindness. (2010-04-21)
New tools for evaluating quality of life for cats, dogs with heart disease
Veterinarians at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine have developed and tested tools for measuring quality of life among dogs and cats with heart disease. (2012-06-25)
Putting our heads together: Canines may hold clues to human skull development
NIH researchers, Jeffrey J. Schoenebeck, Ph.D., and Elaine A. Ostrander, Ph.D., review the progress made in defining the genes and genetic pathways that determine canine skull shape and development, which have been made in the eight years since the dog genome was mapped. (2013-02-08)
Bacteria collection sheds light on urinary tract infections
Food of animal origin, contaminated with E.coli, can lead to urinary tract infections in women, according to a team of bacteriologists. (2005-02-14)
The origin of feces: coproID reliably predicts sources of ancient poop
The archaeological record is littered with feces, a potential goldmine for insights into ancient health and diet, parasite evolution, and the ecology and evolution of the microbiome. (2020-04-17)
Mars Veterinary launches Wisdom Panel Professional
Wisdom Panel Professional is available exclusively through veterinary clinics and practices and with a small blood sample, it is capable of detecting more than 200 breeds, types and varieties that may be present in a mixed-breed dog with an unparalleled validated accuracy of 90 percent. (2010-01-06)
Nitric oxide-like drug could revive a failing heart
The 5 million or so heart failure patients in this country traditionally have been treated with nitroglycerin or other drugs that release nitric oxide into the bloodstream. (2003-04-14)
Mayo Clinic and partners to explore new ways to predict and control seizures
Mayo Clinic and partners from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine and College of Pharmacy, the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, and NeuroVista Corporation have been awarded a $7.5 million grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, a division of the National Institutes of Health. (2012-03-06)
New hope for beloved family pets
University of Leicester researchers work with Avacta Animal Health Ltd to develop novel system for diagnosing lymphoma in dogs. (2014-09-23)
Princeton geneticist solves long-standing finch beak mystery
Princeton biologist Bridgett vonHoldt is best known for her work with canines, but when she compared the genes of large-beaked Cameroonian finches to those of their smaller-beaked counterparts, she found the answer to a 20-year old mystery: 300,000 base pairs, apparently inherited as a unit, always varied between them, and right in the middle of that genetic sequence was the well-known growth factor, IGF-1. (2018-11-19)
Controlling feral animals & plants will save unique species & $billions
Feral animals and pest plants threaten many Australian species in the Lake Eyre Basin, the world's largest internally draining lake system in central Australia. (2015-08-11)
Largest-ever study of pets and kids' health finds no link
A large body of research has reported an association between the pet ownership and better health among children. (2017-08-07)
Urine-sniffing dogs: Early detection of prostate cancer
In the February 2011 issue of European Urology, Jean-Nicolas Cornu and colleagues reported the evaluation of the efficacy of prostate cancer detection by trained dogs on human urine samples. (2011-02-07)
Babies retain even detailed events during a nap
While sleeping the brain goes through previously experienced things, consolidates new memory contents and summarizes similar experiences into more general knowledge. (2020-04-07)
How to keep cows happy
New research now shows that removing splashes of colors, shadows or water puddles from corrals, keeping noise levels down and not using dogs and electric prods can dramatically reduce the stress cattle experience. (2017-11-15)
Gene therapy used to preserve sight in patients
In two separate studies, vision scientists have developed healthy genes to prevent blinding diseases that stem from genetic defects. (2014-05-04)
Spay and neuter for dogs: Avoiding the health consequences
In the United States, spaying or neutering a dog has become standard practice to reduce pet overpopulation. (2018-10-30)
Dogs on fatty diet may give clues to human disease development
Coonhound puppies on diets containing the type of fat found in deep-fried foods are furthering understanding of how these fats contribute to aging and development of human diseases such as atherosclerosis and cancer. (2003-01-15)
Research reveals how rabies can induce frenzied behavior
Scientists may finally understand how the rabies virus can drastically change its host's behavior to help spread the disease, which kills about 59,000 people annually. (2017-10-10)
Study sheds light on determining surgical margins for feline tumors
Researchers are paving the way for more precision in determining surgical margins for an aggressive tumor common in cats by analyzing tissue contraction at various stages of the post-operative examination process. (2017-06-13)
Study: Learning categorical information gives children a feeling of deja vu
During development, children must learn both broad facts about the world (that dogs have four legs, for example) and information that is more specific (that the family dog is scared of snow). (2015-07-08)
Clinical trials designed to block autophagy in multiple cancers show promise
In the largest group of results to date, researchers from Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center and other institutions have shown in clinical trials that the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine blocked autophagy in a host of aggressive cancers -- glioblastoma, melanoma, lymphoma and myeloma, renal and colon cancers -- and in some cases helped stabilize disease. (2014-05-22)
Day care settings are a significant source of indoor allergens
Researchers studying day care facilities in the South have found the facilities to be a significant source for indoor allergen levels. (2005-06-01)
Cancer comparison across species highlights new drug targets
Cancer genes in mucosal melanoma, a rare and poorly understood subtype of melanoma, have been compared in humans, dogs and horses for the first time by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators. (2019-02-12)
Research suggests canine companionship helps calm children undergoing cancer treatment
Although survival rates for children diagnosed with cancer have increased dramatically over the past 40 years, hard evidence of proven psychosocial benefits to improve quality of life among patients and families during treatment has remained elusive. (2015-10-23)
Rx for a better life? Get a pet, and do it now
It might the prescription of the future: Take two aspirin and get a pet immediately. (2001-11-02)
Canine word-learning research published in Science
Dog owners convinced of their pets' grasp of human language may be validated, at least in part, by new research on the word-learning abilities of a German family's Border collie. (2004-06-10)
New study focuses on radiation-associated cancer risks
To address concerns about the increased risk of radiation-induced cancer with the increasing number of cancer patients surviving long term, Herman Suit and his colleagues have examined data on radiation-induced neoplastic transformation of mammalian cells in vitro and on the risk of an increase in cancer incidence after radiation exposure in animals and in various human populations. (2007-01-11)
Academics from around the world to discuss animal welfare
What is the welfare of elephants housed in zoos and do fish experience pain? (2006-08-08)
Microchips result in higher rate of return of shelter animals to owners
Animals shelter officials housing lost pets that had been implanted with a microchip were able to find the owners in almost three out of four cases in a recently published national study. (2009-10-13)
Evolution in action: Why some viruses jump species
Researchers studying strains of a lethal canine virus and a related human virus have determined why the canine virus was able to spread so quickly from cats to dogs. (2006-03-15)
FDA approves knee-injury device for humans
A new knee-surgery device investigated by University of Missouri-Columbia researchers that will help to repair meniscus tears, which were previously defined as irreparable, has been approved by the FDA for use in humans. (2007-10-02)
Difficulties of keeping the global food supply chain safe
The difficulties of keeping the food supply chain in a worldwide network of food producers, processors and distributors are highlighted in an Editorial in this week's special gastroenterology edition of the Lancet. (2007-05-10)
A recipe for dog bite injuries: Kids, dogs and warm weather
If you and your child are romping in the park or enjoying a stroll on a warm spring day and a dog approaches, be ultra vigilant. (2009-03-19)
Fecal excretion of PFAS by pets
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are used in a wide range of consumer products, from pizza boxes to carpets to non-stick cookware. (2020-02-05)
Study suggests early-life exposure to dogs may lessen risk of developing schizophrenia
Ever since humans domesticated the dog, the faithful, obedient and protective animal has provided its owner with companionship and emotional well-being. (2019-12-18)
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