• K9 Tumor And Blood Sampling for Osteosarcoma and Oral Melanoma (KABOOM)

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    Naturally occurring cancers in dogs have been as used as models for human cancers for many reasons; however, the genomic profiles of many of these cancers are still incompletely understood. Further definition of these genomic landscapes will allow for improved development of novel diagnostics and therapeutics to diagnose and treat these cancers. The objective of this

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  • Survey of Endogenous Procalcitonin in Sepsis with Individual Sequencing (SEPSIS)

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    The goal of this study is to evaluate changes in procalcitonin levels over time in canine patients surgically treated for sepsis secondary to an abdominal cause (i.e. ruptured intestine). Additional blood sample collection will also be performed to investigate for possible novel markers for sepsis using next generation sequencing for the future development of diagnostic test.

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