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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 19, Number 5, October 2008

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Papular cutaneous lesions in a cat associated with feline infectious peritonitis
pp. 255-258(4)
Authors: Declercq, Jan; De Bosschere, Hendrik; Schwarzkopf, Ilona; Declercq, Lies

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Influence of inflammation and coat type on oestrogen receptor immunohistochemistry
pp. 264-270(7)
Authors: Kirzeder, Elizabeth M.; Frank, Linda A.; Sowers, Kristi D.; Rohrbach, Barton W.; Donnell, Robert L.

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Apoptosis and anti-apoptotic heat shock proteins in canine cutaneous infundibular keratinizing acanthomas and squamous cell carcinomas
pp. 271-279(9)
Authors: Bongiovanni, Laura; Romanucci, Mariarita; Fant, Pierluigi; Lagadic, Marie; Della Salda, Leonardo

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The efficacy of commercially available veterinary diets recommended for dogs with atopic dermatitis
pp. 280-287(8)
Authors: Glos, Katharina; Linek, Monika; Loewenstein, Christine; Mayer, Ursula; Mueller, Ralf S.

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Microbiological and histopathological features of canine acral lick dermatitis
pp. 288-298(11)
Authors: Shumaker, A.K.; Angus, J.C.; Coyner, K.S.; Loeffler, D.G.; Rankin, S.C.; Lewis, T.P.

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Cutaneous mucinosis in shar-pei dogs is due to hyaluronic acid deposition and is associated with high levels of hyaluronic acid in serum
pp. 314-318(5)
Authors: Zanna, G.; Fondevila, D.; Bardagí, M.; Docampo, M. J.; Bassols, A.; Ferrer, L.

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Erratum
pp. 319-319(1)

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