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A UF research team is using genomic editing in the fight against COVID-19.
A change in diet may protect against gut-bacteria dysfunction that leads to lupus in mice, UF Health researchers have found.
A human placenta-derived compound is being used with promising results by UF veterinarians to treat animals with severe bone loss.
UF’s array of veterinary cardiology services convinced horse’s owners to drive him to Gainesville for treatment.
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