1 January 1970
Posted by: Richard Tidmarsh
Marine mammals, such as whales, dolphins and seals are susceptible to SARS-CoV-2, so scientists worry our sewage could cause a new animal reservoir for the virus. Transmission of… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/animal-welfare-alternatives/covid-19-from-your-toilet-to-the-sea-will-your-waste-kill-seals-and-whales/
“We need to develop surveillance strategies to ensure we don’t get taken by surprise by a large outbreak in animals, which could pose a threat not just to animal health but to… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/watch-out-for-diseases-that-can-jump-from-animal-to-man/
Animal studies have shown that environmental factors such as pollution, stress, malnutrition or infections can change the immune system of not only individuals also their… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/covid-19-may-affect-sperm-and-future-generations/
Animal research and COVID-19
By Professor Clive Page
The fight against COVID-19 has presented scientists with many unique challenges. Not least among these has been the… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/communications-media/animal-research-and-covid-19/
Could a drug for cat coronavirus cure COVID-19??
Cats, as we all know, have nine lives, but with recent breakthroughs in the understanding of feline coronavirus, perhaps they… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/could-a-drug-for-cat-coronavirus-cure-covid-19/
How social isolation affects your body
Could post-covid-19 social isolation really be affecting us that much? Mouse studies have shown that being cut off from others can cause… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/how-social-isolation-affects-your-body/
Dogs have been trained to detect a dozen human diseases and most recently, COVID-19.
Dogs are famously known for their sense of smell. Their genetics and physiology make them… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/the-science-of-sniffs-disease-smelling-dogs/
How organoids are bringing the study of bats to the lab
The absence of an in vitro model for the study of bat viruses has hindered the battle against potential emerging… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/how-organoids-are-bringing-the-study-of-bats-to-the-lab/
COVID-19 & animal research?: Study in hamsters shows masks reduce transmission risk
Hamsters are naturally susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 and reveal that widespread use of face… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/masks-reduce-covid-19-transmission-between-hamsters/
The emergence of the novel human coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) has caused a worldwide pandemic. There are few therapeutic solutions so there is a real need to find a way to… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/could-llama-antibodies-treat-viruses-like-covid-19/
Can we fight COVID-19 without animal research??
As clinical trials for drugs and vaccines to fight the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus start ramping up, speed of discovery and… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/can-we-fight-covid-19-without-animal-testing/
Dog are more anxious than you would expect. Very receptive to humans, they can mirror their emotions. Is the context of the COVID-19 mass confinement going to cause the animals… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/research-medical-benefits/is-covid-19-isolation-making-your-dog-as-anxious-as-you/
Can your pet get COVID-19?
Dogs and cats can’t transmit COVID-19, but they can catch other coronaviruses?
The coronavirus SARS-Cov-2 has spread across the world, causing… http://m.fashiteksms.com/news/animal-welfare-alternatives/can-cats-catch-coronavirus/