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1. my parents Bernd and Ulrike, my sister Anke, my brother Lars, and my wife RomyList of abbreviations

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2. Genetische Studie zum Cobalamin-Mangel beim Chinesischen Shar-Pei


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3. Association Study of Cobalamin Deficiency in the Chinese Shar Pei


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4. Stability of 3-bromotyrosine in serum and serum 3-bromotyrosine concentrations in dogs with gastrointestinal diseases

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5. Stability of 3-bromotyrosine in serum and serum 3-bromotyrosine concentrations in dogs with gastrointestinal diseases

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6. Association Study of Cobalamin Deficiency in the Chinese Shar Pei


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7. Relationship between cobalamin-dependent metabolites and both serum albumin and alpha1 -proteinase inhibitor concentrations in hypocobalaminemic dogs of 7 different breeds.


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8. Impact of diets with a high content of greaves-meal protein or carbohydrates on faecal characteristics, volatile fatty acids and faecal calprotectin concentrations in healthy dogs

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9. Impact of diets with a high content of greaves-meal protein or carbohydrates on faecal characteristics, volatile fatty acids and faecal calprotectin concentrations in healthy dogs

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10. Systemic levels of the anti-inflammatory decoy receptor soluble RAGE (receptor for advanced glycation end products) are decreased in dogs with inflammatory bowel disease.


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