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K-State researchers gain swine health research grants

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MANHATTAN, Kan. — It's said that "good things come in threes," but for veterinary diagnostic researchers at Kansas State University, that number is five.

The "good things" in this case are a set of five research grants obtained through the Swine Health Information Center, Ames, Iowa, for developing tests to reliably diagnose a very specific set of swine-related pathogens.

"We in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory have unique expertise leading in these areas," said Jianfa Bai, clinical associate professor and director of molecular research and development for the diagnostic laboratory. "We have already. . .

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