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 2009    Publications in german language  Publikacje online  Publication in hungarian language  Publicaciones 
           
 

Serum thyroxine concentrations (PDF 71KB)   "Serum thyroxine concentrations in clinically healthy pet guinea pigs (Cavia porceellus). 
          (Müller K, Müller E, Klein R, Brunnberg L.)
          Veterinary Clinical Pathology (2009) Jun 22 1-4; BRIEF COMMUNICATION

Abstract
Guinea pigs (Cavia porcellus) are often presented as patients in veterinary practice. Nevertheless, only limited information is available about endocrine diseases or thyroxine reference values for the species. Objective: The aim of  this study was to determine serum thyroxine concentrations in a well-defined population of clinically healthy pet guinea pigs.
  
 

Dirofilaria PDF (2126 KB)   "Successful treatment of Dirofilaria repens infections in dogs with melarsomine
          (Immiticide®, Merial) against adults and a combination of moxidectin 
          2.5% /imidacloprid 10% (Advocate®, Bayer) against microfilaria"

          (Pingen CH., Lorentz S, Magnis J., Menn B., Schaper R., Naucke T.)
          WAAVP 2009, Calgary, Canada

Abstract
Dirofilaria repens occurs in Europe predominately in southern and south eastern countries. Transport of dogs from such endemic regions to areas free of D. repens bears the risk of introducing this zoonotic disease to non endemic areas. In this study 507 dogs transported from a Hungarian shelter to a shelter close to Cologne from August 2006-February 2009 were tested for presence of microfilaria (mf). 60 D. repens positive dogs were enrolled in a treatment program consisting of an adulticide treatment with melarsomine (Immiticide®, Merial, 2 injections 24 h apart), followed by a microfilaricidal treatment with monthly applications of moxidectin 2.5%/imidacloprid 10% (Advocate®, Bayer) at the standard dose over a period of three month. 36 dogs completed a surveillance period of 6 month following the treatment program. Macrofilaricidal treatment in dogs was tolerated well with few adverse reactions. Microfilaricidal treatment at monthly intervals did not show adverse reactions. All 36 dogs were screened for the presence of microfilaria, all but one stayed negative. It is known from D. immitis treatment, that melarsomine at the recommended dose will clear about 50-70% of the dogs from macrofilaria and is ineffective against L4 stages and early adult stages. This treatment protocol in conjunction with a follow up treatment of 3 monthly doses of moxidectin/imidacloprid is suitable to eliminate infections with D. repens almost completely and could be an important measure to avoid introduction of this zoonotic disease from endemic to non endemic areas.
        
                  

 

 2008     
           
 

H5N1 virus in cats... PDF (80 KB)   "Prevalence of influenza A H5N1 virus in cats from areas with occurrence of highly
           pathogenic avian influenza in birds"
           Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (2008) 10 , p355-358
           (J.Marschall, T.c. Harder, J.Huebner, E.Huisinga, K.Hartmann)
    
                          

 

 2007    
           
 

[  -  ]   "Comparison of intradermal skin test reactions and allergen-specific serum IgE
           in cats with feline asthma"
           J.Vet.Intern.Med. 21, (3), 607-, (2007)
           ( Schulz,B.S.; Muller, U.; Loesenbeck, G.; Hirschberger,J.; Hartmann,K.; Mueller,R.S.) 

CAT FLU  PDF  (83KB)   "Cat Flu'' - Which organisms play a major role in feline respiratory disease?
           Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2007, Vol 21, Iss 3, pp 628 / Preprint  ACVIM 2007 
           (J. Huebner, E. Muller, K. Buttner, I. Langbein-Detsch)
  
Canine MDR 1 Mutuation (91KB)   "CANINE MDR-1-MUTATION- BREED DISPOSITION AND PREVALENCE    
            IN DOGS IN GERMANY"
Preprint  ACVIM 2007
           ( J. Huebner , P.Kühnlein, I.Langbein-Detsch, E. Müller)
 
                          

 

 2006 
          
 

Mycoplasma infection, 24 th Annual ACVIM (400KB)  "Mycoplasma infection in anaemic and non anaemic dogs in Germany"   
          Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2006, Vol 20, Iss 3, pp 712 
          (J. Huebner, TW. Vahlenkamp, E. Müller, I. Langbein-Detsch)

feline leukemia virus infection, 24 th Annual ACVIM (274KB)  "Is it possible to get a protective immunity against feline leukemia virus infection    
          by immunization with its transmembrane envelope protein?   

          Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2006, Vol 20, Iss 3, pp 710
          (J. Huebner, S. Langhammer, I. Langbein-Detsch, R. Kurth, J. Denner)

Different sequence types of the ank gene of Anaplasma phagocytophilum (87KB)  "Different sequence types of the ank gene of Anaplasma phagocytophilum"   
          International Journal of Medical Microbiology, Vol. 296, Sup. 1, 22 May 2006, Pages 162-163
          (Sonja Schauer, Yvonne Kern,  Alexandra Kehl, Friederike D. von Loewenrich, et al.)
          http://www.elsevier.de/ijmm

Antibodies (FeLV) in cats  (334KB)  "Antibodies neutralizing feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) in cats immunized with the    
          transmembrane envelope protein p15E "  
         (Stefan Langhammer, Janine Hübner, Reinhard Kurth, Joachim Denner)
         Blackwell Online publication; Immunology [2006]
         http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/toc/imm/0/0
 
                   

 

 2005 
 
 


pemphigus foliaceus in horses ( 441 KB)  "Review of 15 cases of pemphigus foliaceus in horses and a survey of the literature"
         
The Veterinary Record  157, October 22, 2005, p. 505-509
        ( S. Zabel, R. S. Mueller, K. V. Fieseler, S. V. Bettenay, J. D. Littlewood, R. Wagner )

food antigens, dogs (571 KB)  "IgE and IgG antibodies to food antigens in sera from normal dogs, dogs with atopic
          dermatitis and dogs with adverse food reactions" 
         
Advances in Veterinary Dermatology vol.5; c1.4, p.28-35, 2005
        ( R.E.W. Halliwell, CM. Gordon, C. Horvath, R. Wagner )
         http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/

[ - ]  "Severe case of spinal osteomyelitis due to Enterococcus spp. in a three-year old 
          rhinoceros horned viper, Bitis nasicornis"
 
          Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery 15(3), 2005, p.53-56.
          (Schröter M, Heckers K O, Rüschoff B, Laufs R and Mack D.)

CART ( 46 KB)  "LONG-TERM COMBINED ANTI-RETROVIRAL THERAPY (CART) IN FELINE 
          IMMUNODEFICIENCY   VIRUS INFECTED CATS: A CASE REPORT."
          Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, May / June 2004 
          ACVIM 22 nd Annual Forum Abstracts, p.430
          ( J. Huebner, D. Klein, E. Müller, T.W. Vahlenkamp, I. Langbein )
          http://www.jvetintmed.org 
 

 

 2004 
 
 

food antigens, dog (571 KB)  "IgE and IgG antibodies to food antigens in sera from normal dogs, dogs with atopic  
          dermatitis and dogs with adverse food reactions"   

          Advances in Veterinary Dermatology vol.5; c1.4, p.28-35, 2005;  
          ( R.E.W. Halliwell, CM. Gordon, C. Horvath, R. Wagner )
          http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/

 CART ( 46 KB)  "LONG-TERM COMBINED ANTI-RETROVIRAL THERAPY  (CART) IN FELINE   
          IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTED CATS: A CASE REPORT."  
          Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, May / June 2004           
          ACVIM 22 nd Annual Forum Abstracts, p.430;      http://www.jvetintmed.org 
          ( J. Huebner, D. Klein, E. Müller, T.W. Vahlenkamp, I. Langbein )     
 
      

 

 1999 
 
 

Clinical study on canine otitis externa (16 KB)  "Clinical study on canine otitis externa using a topical miconazole- and a miconazole-    
          prednisolone-suspension."  ESVD Congress, Heisinki, abstracts, 130,1999
          (Osthold, W., Beck, J., Müller, E., Geier-Dömling, D.
                  

 

 1996 
 
 

Immunohistochemical Findings in Eyes of Cats Serologically Positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (565KB)   Immunohistochemical Findings in Eyes of Cats Serologically Positive for 
 
          Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)  
          Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series B - Zentralblatt Für Veterinarmedizin Reihe B - 
          Infectious Diseases and Veterinary Public Health, 1996, Vol 43, Iss 5, pp 305-311
          (G. Loesenbeck, W. Drommer, HF. Egberink, HJ. Heider )  

          Abstract: In this study the eyes of 15 cats in the terminal stage of FIV infection were 
          examined. The findings were compared to those in cats, which were euthanized because 
          of other infectious diseases or for non-infectious reasons. Thirteen FIV-infected cats 
          showed an anterior uveitis by means of light microscopy. No accumulation of retinal lesions
           were found in FIV-infected cats compared to the other cats examined. Additionally, there 
          were no indications of lesions caused by opportunistic infections. In the posterior segments
          of the eyes, immunohistochemical examinations proved the plasma proteins C3 and IgG to 
          be predominantly intravascular. The eyes of 11 serologically FIV-positive cats were available
          for immunohistochemical examination. In all 11 cats at least one of the plasma proteins C3 
          or IgG could be detected in the extravascular tissue of the anterior uvea. The extravascular 
          presence of plasma proteins within the tissue seemed to be caused by an increased 
          permeability of the vessels due to inflammation. Furthermore, the similar extravascular 
          distribution pattern of IgG and complement component C3 in four cases indicated that 
          immune complexes may play a role in the anterior uveitis of FIV-infected cats.
 
             

 

   
 
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