The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at Purdue University is one of three departments in the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. The department educates members of the veterinary health care team and biomedical community. The department offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The department also provides training in anesthesiology, cardiology, diagnostic imaging, emergency and critical care medicine, large animal internal medicine, large animal surgery, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, radiation oncology, small animal internal medicine, and small animal surgery.
This series contains publications from the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at Purdue University.
Submissions from 2021
Quantitative Proteomics and Phosphoproteomics Reveal TNF-α-Mediated Protein Functions in Hepatocytes, Rodrigo Mohallem and Uma K. Aryal
Submissions from 2014
Antibacterial Activity of Novel Cationic Peptides against Clinical Isolates of Multi-Drug Resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius from Infected Dogs, Mohamed F. Mohamed, G. Kenitra Hammac, Lynn F. Guptil, and Mohamed N. Seleem
Prospective Molecular Profiling of Canine Cancers Provides a Clinically Relevant Comparative Model for Evaluating Personalized Medicine (PMed) Trials., Melissa Paoloni, Craig Webb, Christina Mazcko, David Cherba, William Hendricks, Susan Lana, E J. Ehrhart, Brad Charles, Heather Fehling, Leena Kumar, David Vail, Michael Henson, Michael O. Childress, Barbara Kitchell, Christopher Kingsley, Seungchan Kim, Mark Neff, Barbara Davis, Chand Khanna, and Jeffrey Trent
Tetralogy of Fallot and Atrial Septal Defect in a White Bengal Tiger Cub (Panthera tigris tigris), Paolo Pazzi, Chee K. Lim, and Johan Steyl
Submissions from 2013
Ocular and Neural Distribution of Feline Herpesvirus-1 During Active and Latent Experimental Infection in Cats., Wedny Townsend, Susan Jacobi, Shih-Han Tai, Matti Kiupel, Annabel G. Wise, and Roger K. Maes
Host and Viral Determinants of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Pathogenicity, Brian J. Willett, Pawel Beczkowski, Martin Kraase, Nicola Logan, Elizabeth McMonagle, Annette Litster, and Margaret J. Hosie