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Updated: July 5th, 2023 15:43

2021 journal article

Improved neurocognitive performance in FIV infected cats following treatment with the p75 neurotrophin receptor ligand LM11A-31


By: J. Fogle n, L. Hudson n, A. Thomson n, B. Sherman n, M. Gruen n, B. Lacelles n, B. Colby n, G. Clary*, F. Longo*, R. Meeker*

author keywords: Human immunodeficiency virus; Neurocognitive; Neurotrophin; Therapy; Behavior; Neuroprotection
MeSH headings : Animals; Cats; Cognition Disorders / virology; Feline Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome / complications; Immunodeficiency Virus, Feline; Isoleucine / analogs & derivatives; Isoleucine / pharmacology; Morpholines / pharmacology; Neuroprotective Agents / pharmacology; Receptor, Nerve Growth Factor / agonists
TL;DR: The data indicate that LM11A-31 is likely to be a potent adjunctive treatment for the control of neurodegeneration in HIV infected individuals. (via Semantic Scholar)
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3. Good Health and Well-being (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: April 12, 2021

2018 journal article

Enrichment Preferences of FIV-Infected and Uninfected Laboratory-Housed Cats

Viruses, 10(7), 353.

By: C. Kennedy n, A. Thomson*, E. Griffith n, J. Fogle n, B. Lascelles, R. Meeker*, B. Sherman*, M. Gruen*

author keywords: FIV; enrichment; welfare; feline; laboratory animal
MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Laboratory; Cats; Feline Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome / virology; Immunodeficiency Virus, Feline / physiology
TL;DR: Cats used in a longitudinal study of the effects of chronic feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) infection were used and it was found that cats elected to be brushed, preferred social interaction and play with the laser to the ball, and preferred to scratch on an inclined-box toenail conditioning object compared to a horizontal, circular toenails conditioning object. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID, NC State University Libraries, Crossref
Added: October 16, 2018

2013 journal article

Conditioning laboratory cats to handling and transport

LAB ANIMAL, 42(10), 385–389.

By: M. Gruen n, A. Thomson n, G. Clary*, A. Hamilton n, L. Hudson n, R. Meeker*, B. Sherman n

MeSH headings : Animal Husbandry / methods; Animal Welfare; Animals; Cats / physiology; Conditioning, Classical; Handling, Psychological; Housing, Animal; Stress, Physiological; Time Factors; Transportation
TL;DR: A behavioral protocol used in their laboratory to condition cats to condition them to handling and transport benefits the welfare of the cats, the safety of animal technicians and the quality of feline research data. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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