Jan Raines

Jan Raines

Feb 07, 2019

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    About This Project

    The purpose of this study is to create a standardized framework for evaluation of ulcerative dermatitis in Waldrapp ibis, with the ultimate goal of discovering the root cause of this condition in captive populations. This will be accomplished using a structured, multi-factorial approach that includes thorough analysis of skin biopsies, serology and husbandry. This research is supported by the Waldrapp Ibis SSP.

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