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Disposable Partial Vertebrate Animal Cage Divider
This technology is a unique animal welfare product that mimics burrow-like structures, increases engagement, and reduces aggression. The innovation was designed at a University of Arizona laboratory for group-housed mice. Background: Current caging technologies remain expensive and inadequate to provide vertebrate lab animals with separation from...
Published: 10/5/2022   |   Inventor(s): Bret Tallent, Jonathan Lifshitz
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Research Tools, Technology Classifications > Creative Works, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine
New Class of Mosquitocide
This invention is a small molecule mosquitocide and method of mosquito control is based on selectively inhibiting the blood feeding of female mosquitoes. The compound inhibits nutrient processing and is lethal as shown in adult mosquito assays. Background: Numerous diseases are spread by mosquitoes, which develop resistance to chemical pesticides...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Jon Njardarson, Jun Isoe, Roger Miesfeld
Keywords(s): biology, molecular
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine
Howl-itosis: Engineered Bacteria for Dog and Cat Oral Microbiota to Improve Health and Breath
This invention involves an innovative and easy treatment method to control breath odor in pets by supplementing chew toys and treats with engineered oral bacteria that produce pleasant smelling factors (e.g. wintergreen mint, etc.). Background: Pet’s bad breath is a common problem and it is attributed to bacterial biofilm that forms along the...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Eric Lyons, Mark Beilstein, David Baltrus
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine > Companion Animals, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine > Animal Nutrition
Monoclonal Antibodies Useful for the Detection of Cryptosporidiosis
Monoclonal antibodies have been developed that detect specific Cryptosporidium antigens. These antibodies are useful for a broad range of research and development purposes and, importantly, these reagents offer the opportunity for the development of a rapid, highly sensitive diagnostic test, capable of simultaneously detecting multiple causative agents...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Michael Riggs, Deborah Schaefer
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Life Sciences, Technology Classifications > Research Tools, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine, Technology Classifications > Research Tools > Antibodies, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine > Diagnostics, Technology Classifications > Life Sciences > Diagnostics
Pellet Dispenser for Small Laboratory Animal Cages
This invention is a timed pellet feeder designed to deliver drug pellets inside a cage. It is comprised of an ejector controlled by a timing module connected to a computer, a pellet hopper, and a feedback unit. Background: Route administration is one of the main challenges in evaluating pharmacological agents for therapeutic efficacy. Traditional...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Jonathan Lifshitz, Bret Tallent, Addison Wessel, Loren Matthew Law
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Life Sciences, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine, Technology Classifications > Research Tools > Animal Models
Domain of a Protein Antigen from Coccidioides immitis which Induces Protection Against Coccidoidal Infection
Researchers at the University of Arizona have determined the precise conformation required to confer resistance to C. immitis or Valley Fever, which is endemic to Southwestern United States, Mexico, and other Latin American countries. They have identified a subunit of C. immitis antigen that would both prevent coccidioidomycosis and optimize the vaccine...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): John Galgiani, Kris Orsborn, Tao Peng, Lisa Shubitz
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Life Sciences, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine, Technology Classifications > Veterinary Medicine > Therapeutics & Vaccines, Technology Classifications > Life Sciences > Therapeutics