Category: animal-health

Unique chemical derivatives invented by University of Kansas (KU) researchers that could be used to detect inhibitors of cellular efflux transporters and other agents. 

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The present invention provides decellularized cartilage (DCC) fragments or powder as a raw material component to be utilized for scaffolds and provides a microenvironment similar to that of native cartilage tissue. The DCC powder provides a platform technology upon which many cartilage, or even bone, tissue engineering scaffolds could be based.

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The invention relates to protecting against Salmonella-type pathogens and more particularly, compositions and methods for immunizing against infection by typhoidal and non-typhoidal Salmonella serovars.

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Novel chemical compounds for use as antivirals against VEEV and other alpha viruses.

Small molecule compounds that act as vaccine adjuvants by specifically binding to Toll-Like Receptor-2 (TLR2).  
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This invention includes novel methods for creating and isolating regulatory T cells (Tregs) for use in adoptive immunotherapy.  

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The invention is a method of generating regulatory T-cells from CD4+ naive T-cells in vitro without the use of added cytokines.

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Implantable biomaterial for promoting bone and cartilage regeneration in joints following articular cartilage injury, a leading cause of advanced osteoarthritis. 

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The invention is a novel synthesis procedure to create hydrogels with mechanical properties desirable for musculoskeletal tissue engineering.

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This invention entails a novel, nonhormonal compound that can sterilize both male and female companion animals in a single dose. 

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