New Listings in the AVMA Animal Health Studies Database – March 15, 2022

Below are some of the new veterinary clinical study listings in the AVMA’s Animal Health Studies Database. Information on study participation is available on the database website.

AAHSD005402: “Local immune response to radiotherapy and myeloid cell-targeted combination therapy in a canine model of nasosinus carcinoma”, Colorado State University.

AAHSD005404: “Percutaneous Cryablation to Minimize the Growth of Benign and Malignant Canine and Feline Tumors,” Johns Hopkins University Center for Image-Guided Animal Therapy.

AAHSD005408: “Plasma and urinary amino acid concentrations in androgen-dependent cystinuric dogs”, University of California-Davis.

AAHSD005411: “Investigation of Canine Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: Clinical Signs, Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings, and Pathologic Changes in Epileptic Dogs”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005419: “From benign feline coronavirus to FIP: a study of viral evolution and host antibody response”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005420: “Effect of Probiotics on Seizure Frequency and Microbiome in Dogs”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005421: “Canine Glutathione-S-Transferase Polymorphisms: Genetic and Environmental Risk of Lymphoma in Boxer Dogs”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005422: “Glutathione-S-transferase polymorphisms in dogs: urinary biomarkers of environmental exposures in dogs with bladder cancer”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005423: “Evaluation of the Efficacy of Amiodarone or Diltiazem in Obtaining Optimal Heart Rate Control in Dogs with Atrial Fibrillation”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005424: “Assessment of risk factors and identification of candidate genes for primary angle-closure glaucoma in dogs”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005428: “Feline Cognitive Dysfunction”, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

AAHSD005429: “First Canine Oncology Trial Using Eye90 Advanced Radioembolization Treatment Study”, University of Missouri.

AAHSD005430: “Novel IL-12 gene delivery vehicles for solid tumor transformation”, University of Missouri.

AAHSD005431: “Assessment of regional lymph node metastases in canine thyroid carcinoma”, University of Missouri.

AAHSD005432: “Lattice SBRT for palliation of large tumors”, University of Missouri.

AAHSD005433: “Calcium electroporation in dogs with measurable skin cancer”, University of Missouri.

AAHSD005435: “Preclinical comparison of two hypomethylating nucleosides in tumor-bearing dogs”, University of Missouri.

Boyd S. Abbott