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Five of six horses under anesthesia had significantly greater blood-oxygen levels with a 15-degree table tilt compared to no tilt at all, a recent study from the University of Minnesota shows.
A group of College of Veterinary Medicine researchers aims to give scientists a more nuanced look at whether past infection by one genetic variant of PRRSV will provide immunity against another.
The College of Veterinary Medicine is looking forward to celebrating the Class of 2022 DVM, MS, and PhD students at a Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 14 at 10:00 a.m. More than 100 students are expected to participate. Details are available online.
This soon-to-be veterinarian continues her record of winning accolades for her excellence.Read More...
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Addison’s disease, an immune disorder that often goes undiagnosed, is newly diagnosed in thousands of humans and dogs each year. Veterinary researchers are taking important steps to develop new therapies for dogs.Read More...