Vet Equine Center
Tennessee has more than 40,000 horse farms. Keeping these beautiful animals healthy is a goal for veterinarians and horse owners. UT’s college of Veterinary Medicine has a new facility to help.
A Model for Establishing and Maintaining the Campus Landscape as a Significant and Dynamic Outdoor Classroom, Laboratory, and Therapy Center.
Pulte, A. J. 2016.
Intra-articular enzyme replacement therapy with rhIDUA is safe, well-tolerated, and reduces articular GAG storage in the canine model of mucopolysaccharidosis type I.
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Strengthening Horticultural Therapy through Partnering.
Stowell, D. R. 2013.
American Horticultural Therapy News Magazine, Vol 41(4), Fall 2015, Malone, K. R., Etherington, N.
Regenerative Medicine: Stem Cell Therapy Lends a Helping Hand to the Equine Community.
Dhar, M. 2012.
Applications of bacteriophages for the control of veterinary pathogens.
Prado, M. E., D. Ghosh, and S. A. Ripp. 2012.
Bacterial Pathogens: Virulence Mechanisms, Diagnosis and Management, Ed. NOVA Publishers.
Factors associated with the risk of antibiotic residues and intramammary pathogen presence in milk from heifers administered prepartum intramammary antibiotic therapy.
Andrew, S. M., K. M. Moyes, A. A. Borm, L. K. Fox, K.E. Leslie, J. S. Hogan, S. P. Oliver, et al. 2009.
Vet. Microbiol. 134:150-156.
Survey of horticultural therapy programs in Tennessee
Pfeffer, J., D. E. Deyton, and J. M. Fly. 2009.
Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture 19:24-44.
Factors Associated With the Risk of Antibiotic Residues and Intramammary Pathogen Presence in Milk from Heifers Administered Prepartum Intramammary Antibiotic Therapy.
Andrew, S.M., K.M. Moyes, A.A. Borm, L.K. Fox, K.E. Leslie, J.S. Hogan, S. P. Oliver, Y.H. Schukken, W.E. Owens, and C. Norman. 2008.
In: Proc. Symp. on Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci in Bovine Mastitis and the Heifer Mastitis Conference, pp. 98-99.