But some patients, whose genetic makeup gives them more protection, have a better chance of fending off infection from the virus.
The UF investigators aim to develop a better vaccine for animals and to ultimately develop a vaccine for humans as well.
A new article in the American Journal of Veterinary Research focuses on college achievements.
Dr. Wendy Mandese was honored for having the best original research article on small animal medicine published in the Journal of Small Animal Practice in 2021.
New paper in Veterinary Surgery demonstrates the advantages of using 3D guides using advanced imaging techniques.
Dr. Andrew Allison's R21 will enable him to pursue how RNA viruses capture host genes in order to subvert immune responses and cause disease.
Dr. Aaron Mickle's research aims to develop treatments for interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome.
The finding represents the first time a frog or toad amphibian has been identified as a host for the parasitic nematode in the state.
This new video highlights some of the reasons why the FVS program is rewarding to students and faculty alike.
With DOD funding, Crosby will evaluate an alternative vaccine strategy that could produce simultaneous protection against two closely related tick-borne bacteria species.