Dr. Christine Klippen studied nursing at George Mason University but opted for animals, earning a veterinary degree from Colorado State… “Bye-bye, ventilator,” one veterinary staffer at CSU said as a doctor wheeled its machine out the door, loaded it into a pickup truck and delivered it to Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins.
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“The canine coronavirus vaccines available in some global markets are intended to protect again enteric (intestinal) coronavirus infection and are not licensed for protection against respiratory infections,” Dr. Michael Lappin, professor of infectious disease, and director of shelter medicine at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, a CSU research team is pursuing a vaccine that would thwart the novel coronavirus using a genetically modified form of the well-known probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus, a bacterium commonly ingested in yogurt and other foods for gut health.