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Mary Nabity

Assistant Professor

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Phone: (979) 845-9172

Mailstop: 4467

Department: VTPB

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Education

  • Ph.D. Veterinary Pathology, Texas A&M University 2010
  • Residency Clinical Pathology, Texas A&M University 2006
  • Internship Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Texas A&M University 2003
  • D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University 2002
  • B.S. Biochemistry, University of Nebraska 1998

Credentials

  • Nebraska Veterinary Medical License
  • ACVP
  • Texas Veterinary Medical Specialty License: 0228-S

Scholarly Interests

Research interests involve kidney disease, urine proteomics, and RNA/miRNA alterations during progression of kidney disease, with a focus on dogs with chronic kidney disease. Our goals are to investigate the pathogenesis of kidney disease progression and to help develop and validate testing methods to improve the diagnosis and monitoring of renal disease in companion animals. Current investigations include evaluation of certain urinary proteins as early markers of renal disease and specific markers of renal disease progression. In addition, we are using urine gel electrophoresis to further characterize urine proteins present in dogs and cats with various renal disorders.

Publications

Is Progressive Chronic Kidney Disease a Slow Acute Kidney Injury?
Larry D Cowgill, David J Polzin, Jonathan Elliott, Mary B Nabity, Gilad Segev, Gregory F Grauer, Scott Brown, Cathy Langston, Astrid M van Dongen
The Veterinary clinics of North America. Small animal practice. 2016 46:995-1013.
What's your diagnosis? Skin impression smear from a Bearded Dragon.
Holly M Minard*, Caitlin Burrell, Josue D Delgado, Raquel R Rech, Mary B Nabity
Veterinary clinical pathology / American Society for Veterinary Clinical Pathology. 2016
Advances in the evaluation of canine renal disease.
Rachel Cianciolo, Jessica Hokamp*, Mary Nabity
Veterinary journal (London, England : 1997). 2016
Renal biomarkers in domestic species.
Jessica A Hokamp*, Mary B Nabity
Veterinary clinical pathology / American Society for Veterinary Clinical Pathology. 2016
Correlation of Urine and Serum Biomarkers with Renal Damage and Survival in Dogs with Naturally Occurring Proteinuric Chronic Kidney Disease.
J A Hokamp*, R E Cianciolo, M Boggess, G E Lees, S L Benali, M Kovarsky, M B Nabity
Journal of veterinary internal medicine / American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2016
SDMA assay validation, stability, and evaluation as a marker for early detection of chronic kidney disease in dogs
M. B. Nabity, G. E. Lees, M. M. Boggess, M. Yerramilli, E. Obare, M. Yerramilli, J. Aguiar, R. Relford
J Vet Intern Med. 2015
ASVCP guidelines: allowable total error guidelines for biochemistry.
Harr KE, Flatland B, Nabity M, Freeman KP, ASVCP
Vet Clin Pathol. 2013 42(4):424-36.
Evaluation of a catalase-based urine test for the detection of urinary tract infection in dogs and cats.
Kvitko-White HL, Cook AK, Nabity MB, Zhang S, Lawhon SD
J Vet Intern Med. 2013 27(6):1379-84.
Masitinib-associated minimal change disease with acute tubular necrosis resulting in acute kidney injury in a dog.
Brown MR, Cianciolo RE, Nabity MB, Brown CA, Clubb FJ, Lees GE
J Vet Intern Med. 2013 27(6):1622-6.
Prevalence of immune-complex glomerulonephritides in dogs biopsied for suspected glomerular disease: 501 cases (2007-2012).
Schneider SM*, Cianciolo RE, Nabity MB, Clubb FJ Jr, Brown CA, Lees GE
J Vet Intern Med. 2013 27(Suppl 1):S67-75.
Characterization of the genetic basis for autosomal recessive hereditary nephropathy in the English Springer Spaniel.
Nowend KL, Starr-Moss AN, Lees GE, Berridge BR, Clubb FJ, Kashtan CE, Nabity MB, Murphy KE
J Vet Intern Med. 2012 26(2):294-301.
Proteomic analysis of urine from male dogs during early stages of tubulointerstitial injury in a canine model of progressive glomerular disease.
Nabity MB, Lees GE, Dangott LJ, Cianciolo R, Suchodolski JS, Steiner JM
Vet Clin Pathol. 2011 40(2):222-36.
B-cell lymphoma with Mott cell differentiation in two young adult dogs.
Stacy NI, Nabity MB, Hackendahl N, Buote M, Ward J, Ginn PE, Vernau W, Clapp WL, Harvey JW
Vet Clin Pathol. 2009 38(1):113-20.
An atypical case of Trypanosoma cruzi infection in a young English Mastiff.
Nabity MB, Barnhart K, Logan KS, Santos RL, Kessell A, Melmed C, Snowden KF
Vet Parasitol. 2006 140(3-4):356-61.


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