• Pneumonia Pathogen Analysis

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    Pneumonia (infection in the lungs) is a common diagnosis in dogs and cats and can be caused by a variety of pathogens (i.e., bacteria, viruses, fungal organisms). Collecting fluid samples from the lungs of patients with pneumonia allows for tests to be performed that can identify the organism causing the infection.

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  • Metabolomics Trial to Evaluate for Systemic Consequences of Intestinal Dysbiosis

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    The intestinal microbiota are highly functional, with a combined genome (termed the microbiome) that is approximately 130-160 times larger than the human or canine genome. The microbiome is a highly functional organ and produces approximately 1,000 different metabolites, many of which have systemic effects in the dog. Intestinal dysbiosis is defined as an alteration in

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  • Omics Research-Based Identification of Targets in Sepsis (ORBITS)

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    Sepsis is caused by a severe infection that enters the bloodstream and is associated with a high mortality rate. This high mortality rate has remained unchanged over the last three decades even though there has been active research in the area.

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