What We’ve Funded
EveryCat-supported health studies have helped veterinarians improve the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases and conditions, changing the way feline medicine is practiced. Read about the grants we’ve funded below.
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Name of Grant
MT04-015: Phase I studies on the heritability of resistance/susceptibility to feline enteric coronavirus infection in randomly-bred, colony reared, domestic cats.
Vaccines have proven ineffective in protecting cats against either feline enteric coronavirus infection (FECV), or its most serious sequel –
MT04-013: Critical appraisal of zinc sulfate fecal flotation, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, and immunofluorescence for diagnosis of Giardia and Cryptosporidium spp. in naturally infected cats
Diarrhea is an extremely common and clinically significant problem in cats, and the intestinal parasites, Giardia and Cryptosporidium, play an
MT04-010: Identification of in vitro correlates of differences in virulence between feline calicivirus strains – what determines the increased virulence of feline calicivirus isolated from cats with severe systemic disease?
Highly virulent strains of feline calicivirus (FCV) have caused at least six outbreaks of a newly recognized fatal disease in