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- Ashwell, M.; Freire, M.; O’Nan, A.T.; Benito, J.; Hash, J.; McCulloch, R.S.; Lascelles, B.D.X.
- The veterinary journal 2019 v.243 pp. 42-47
- adults; animal models; cats; chemokine CX3CL1; essential genes; hindlimbs; humans; neurons; osteoarthritis; pain; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; radiography; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; ribosomal proteins; rodents; spinal cord; tissues; tumor necrosis factor-alpha
- ... Degenerative joint disease (DJD) associated-pain is a clinically relevant and common condition affecting domesticated cats and other species including humans. Identification of the neurobiological signature of pain is well developed in rodent pain models, however such information is lacking from animals or humans with naturally occurring painful conditions. In this study, identification of houseke ...
- Bartoszuk, U.; Keene, B.W.; Baron Toaldo, M.; Pereira, N.; Summerfield, N.; Novo Matos, J.; Glaus, T.M.
- The veterinary journal 2019 v.243 pp. 21-25
- blood serum; cardiomyopathy; cat diseases; cats; clinical examination; death; echocardiography; heart rate; monitoring; prognosis; radiography; tachycardia; troponin I
- ... Arrhythmias can complicate cardiac disease in cats and are a potential cause of sudden death. The aim of this study was to evaluate the presence and nature of cardiac arrhythmias, and the potential correlation between plasma serum troponin I (cTnI) concentrations and the presence or severity of arrhythmias in cats with decompensated (dHCM) and compensated hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (cHCM). Forty ...